Time-of-Flight (ToF) is a rapidly growing field that seeks to improve the capabilities of computer vision applications by emitting photons and reconstructing the scene from the reflected photons. The aim of this work is to revolutionize the field of 3D imaging by introducing a novel approach: passive 3D ToF imaging via Light Fidelity (LiFi) or Visible Light Communication (VLC) technology. State-of-art ToF sensing suffers from high power consumption and thermal drifts caused by built-in illumination sources. Additionally, the background light is treated as a disturbance, unlike in passive imaging modalities.Continue reading “Eyes of Tomorrow: Zero-power 3D Passive Imaging via LiFi / VLC infrastructure”
This speech will cover our research on various LiFi communication systems, such as point-to-point (P2P) systems, multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems, multi-user systems, and multi-cell systems. Moreover, this speech will also discuss the application of AI/ML techniques in MIMO-based LiFi systems.Continue reading “Systems, AI/ML Augmented LiFi”
The LINCNET project aims to advance LiFi (Light Fidelity) technology as a viable alternative for industry-specific applications. By harnessing the unlicensed optical spectrum, LiFi offers higher data rates in confined areas, particularly in buildings, and has the potential to provide increased security and reliability. The inherent properties of light as a wireless medium present numerous advantages for digital healthcare and industrial communication applications. Despite the demonstrated high potential of LiFi in these areas, cost-effective, integrated, and market-ready solutions are still lacking.Continue reading “LINCNET: Exploring the Synergy of LiFi and Powerline Communication for Industrial and Medical Applications”
The potential of LiFi for various use cases in passenger inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC), for crew applications and for other aeronautical and mobility situations is presented. Opportunities, challenges and benefits are discussed along with some recent R&D achievements and prototypes.Continue reading “LiFi solutions for aeronautical applications”
The conference seeks to offer attendees a comprehensive overview of LiFi technology, addressing its past accomplishments, evaluating its present capabilities, and envisioning its future potential. By exploring the technology’s realistic prospects and limitations, this conference aims to contribute to the ongoing dialogue surrounding LiFi and its role in the ever-evolving landscape of wireless communication.Continue reading “LiFi: a technology of the past, present or future? A realistic overview”
Consolite is a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of night vision lighting technology and also a leading producer of advanced warship lighting systems.
Our latest development is the design and manufacture of military LiFi communication systems. We are at the forefront of the latest technology. We have a full capability in design, development, manufacture and test of night vision lighting systems and other lighting equipment.
In recent years, LiFi technology has emerged as an exciting new wireless communication technology that offers a range of benefits over traditional Wi-Fi. In this article, we will explore the reasons for installing LiFi in the office, which also has impacts for those organisations which do the installation, like electrical contractors, system integrators, architects, and building contractors.Continue reading “LiFi in an office environment”
The internet has become an essential part of our daily lives at home, and we rely on it for everything from work to entertainment. However, the traditional way of transmitting data through Wi-Fi is not without its limitations. That’s where LiFi comes in, which stands for Light Fidelity, a new technology that uses light waves to transmit data. Here are some of the advantages of having LiFi in your home.Continue reading “LiFi: The Future of Home Internet”
LiFi, short for Light Fidelity, is an emerging technology that uses light waves to transmit data, rather than radio waves used in Wi-Fi. Unlike Wi-Fi, LiFi uses visible light, infrared or ultraviolet to transmit data, which has a number of advantages over traditional wireless technologies. The telecom and datacom industry is taking notice of this promising technology as an additional platform for wireless communications, and here’s why:Continue reading “LiFi for the telecom / datacom industry”
LiFi, short for Light Fidelity, is a wireless communication technology that uses visible light instead of radio waves to transmit data. LiFi is based on the principle of Visible Light Communication (VLC), where LED lights are used as transmitters to send data to a receiver, which is typically a photodiode.Continue reading “LiFi in space”