We’ve Learned from Our Mistakes Says Signify Chief by Arthur van Schendel

For several years now, Eric Rondolat, a Moroccan-born citizen of the world with French and Italian nationality, heads the listed company Signify, the former Philips Lighting. Rondolat is seen as the man who transformed the more than one century old

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Signify Ratchets Up the Li-Fi Trials, pureLiFi Cranks the Speed

A couple of leading Li-Fi developers have announced advances that they hope hasten the technology’s arrival. Signify revealed it now has about 30 pilot installations, while also acquiring a Li-Fi company. Meanwhile, Scotland’s pureLiFi said it has cranked up transmission

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Signify Acquires Firefly, its Second LiFi Company

EdisonReport can confirm that Signify has acquired Firefly LiFi.  According to their website, Firefly has an office in San Diego as well as Germany. We believe the transaction has already occurred. https://edisonreport.com/signify-acquires-firefly-its-second-lifi-company/

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High-Speed Breakthrough Brings Li-Fi Closer

French manufacturer Oledcomm has demonstrated its latest model which gives 16 users simultaneous access to 100Mbps internet connectivity via visible light from LED luminaires, rather than tradition Wi-Fi. The LiFiMax platform requires the users to plug a transceiver dongle into

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U.S. Army Seeing the Light: LiFi Will Revolutionize IT on Mission Command Posts

The technology will be used in expeditionary mission commands. U.S. Army Soldier Center has come up with a concept for using LiFi within any enclosed mission command platform. LiFi eliminates the problems associated with the time-consuming task of running data

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Unveiled: The Downlight with Built-In Li-Fi

A revolutionary downlight which enables internet access through light rather than radio waves has been unveiled by French manufacturer Lucibel. The luminaire, which has a Cat 6 cable port and a built-in Li-Fi transceiver – can offer internet speeds of

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Scottish School Trials Li-Fi

The Kyle Academy secondary school in Ayr has become one of the first in the world to use visible light from LED luminaires as a medium to connect to the web. The pupils insert a special memory-stick sized dongle into

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BMW Hopes for Smaller Li-Fi Gear on Factory Floor

It has become clearer why BMW used infrared light rather than visible: Infrared is faster, according to the group that led the project. Li-Fi can use the visible light emitted by LED luminaires, or, as at the Munich BMW plant,

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The 10 Big Lighting Trends for 2018

Lighting is changing, and the next 12 months will be a defining period in the sector as we move away from an energy-saving offer to fully embrace all things digital. Here’s how Lux sees the big trends to watch for

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Forget Lighting, This Li-Fi Is for Outdoor Data Communications Only

Germany’s Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) has turned the concept of lighting on its head, developing a Li-Fi transmission box called the LED Backhaul in which the light waves have nothing to do with illumination, but everything to do with

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Li-Fi Has No Impact on Quality of LED Lighting, Says Study

A team of researchers at the University of Edinburgh, UK, did a year long research to find out if Li-Fi could be detrimental to the energy-efficiency of LEDs used as lighting sources. The study shows that when digital data is

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World’s First Li-Fi Classroom Opens in Germany

Pupils in the space – at the Hegel-Gymnasium in Stuttgart – uses modulated light from the LED luminaires to receive data to their devices, an emerging technology known as Li-Fi. Wi-Fi, by contrast, delivers data via radio waves. A special

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Li-Fi Firms Gather to Unveil First Lights at LuxLive

Innovations from the top three firms PureLiFi, Linmore and Lucibel – including, for the first time, Li-Fi-enabled battens and downlights – will be unveiled at the event, marking LiFi’s global commercial debut. PureLiFi and Lucibel will introduce their joint-venture Ores

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LiFi – Lighting Up The Digital Highway System

Using light to send digital data is 100 times faster than Wi-Fi. The potential for this high-speed technology to change everything about the way we use the internet, and send and receive data is huge. Check out this video. LED

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Li-Fi Tested in US Subway Terrorist Attack Scenario

The durability of Li-Fi, the system that delivers an internet service via the lights, has been tested during a terrorist attack drill in the United States. pureLiFi, the company behind the technology, teamed up with Verizon, Nokia and Aegex Technologies

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Li-Fi Eyes Opportunity as France Bans Wi-Fi in Schools

The French government has moved to outlaw Wi-Fi in nurseries, schools and childcare centers that cater for children under six. The move is offering inspiration to the creators of Li-Fi, a system that uses light to provide internet access. Wi-Fi

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Li-Fi Crucial to the Future of Lighting, Says LED Inventor

Speaking at Academia Sinica, in Taipei, Dr. Shuji Nakamura stated that LED has now reached a ‘stage of maturity’ and manufacturers are seeking out new markets where they can thrive into the future. Nakamura named Li-Fi and laser lighting as

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Philips Acquires French Li-Fi Company

Holland’s Philips Lighting has quietly acquired a small French company specializing in visible light communications (VLC) in a move believed to be aimed at boosting Philips’ capabilities in Li-Fi, the light-based technology expected to provide Wi-Fi-like two-way Internet communications. The

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Key Opportunities Brewing as Global Li-Fi Market Grow

The global Li-Fi market is expected to exhibit growth at a robust pace between 2016 and 2023. Massive bandwidth owing to the growing RF spectrum crunch, together with a high degree of security and energy efficiency are expected to bolster

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Laser Li-Fi Is Ten-Times Faster Than LED Li-Fi

Li-Fi technology that uses LED lighting instead of radio waves to transmit data, will now use laser-based lighting, that will transmit data rate ten times faster. Laser-based Li-Fi will have better light output than LED. As LEDs use phosphors to

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