“Philips Lighting is the first global lighting company to offer LiFi-enabled luminaires from its existing office lighting portfolio.” Philips Lighting, soon to be renamed as ‘Signify’, on Monday said that it has introduced its Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) — a technology which transmits broadband Internet data using LED light bulbs. “As the lighting company for the
Deepak Solanki has been passionate about wireless technology since his engineering days more than a decade ago. He followed his interest by designing a radio receiver and becoming the first in his hometown Jind to get a HAM radio license. He turned his passion into a profession when he launched his startup Velmenni in 2012.
“The event aims to gather various players in the Li-Fi domain under one roof to explore economic possibilities of the technology deployment,” organiser exclusively told SEL. The maiden Global LiFi Congress is scheduled to be held from February 8-9 next year in Paris, France. Organised by LiFi Event, a subsidiary of ERI Editions, it aims
Soon light bulbs won’t just illuminate, they will also transmit Internet data more securely and safely at speeds faster than Wi-Fi. German engineer Professor Harald Haas, who pioneered this technology, had demonstrated it via live video at TEDGlobal talk in July 2011, when he also coined the term Li-Fi (Light Fidelity). The following year, Haas,