Spotted at CES – Wifi with light

Jan

10

2016

In a few short ‘Spotted in the CES’ videos we show remarkable technology that can be seen at the Consumer Electronics Show.

At CES, the company demonstrated Basic6 Li-Fi, or data communication à la wi-fi, but through visible light coming from ordinary LED lamps. On the basis of two examples we looked at the basic operation of Li-Fi. Basic6 used the technique for oiled-Fi. Stores can follow customers with the signal lamps, and they are directed along send certain information, depending on under which they are standing lamp. Also, solar panels can be provided with Li-Fi support. In developing countries the technology for last mile connectivity should be used with existing lighting infrastructure, so think the developers of Li-Fi.

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