Li-Fi: Mobility for the 2020s
Friday 15 June: 11.00-11.30am
Lawrence McKenna — Telecommunications Section Manager, Wood & Grieve Engineers
Li-Fi is a technology for wireless communication between devices using light to transmit data. LED lighting solutions are used for the transmission of visible light. This presentation will provide and understanding of the technology, limitations and when it will be a beneficial consumer product. Why would we want to use Li-Fi?
Next decade, Li-Fi will be part of an integrated mobility mix, with 5G, Wi-Fi and LoPoRa (low power radio) solutions within built environments; built environments handle 90% of mobile data, voice and information.
How will Li-Fi impact mission critical and business critical communications? Who is expected to utilise the technology and why?