LEDs Connected SSL & Controls - Jul 17th, 2023
News and resources on connected lighting, controls, and IoT implementation for smart buildings and cities
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July 17, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s Connected SSL & Controls newsletter for July 17, 2023. Our Mark Halper has been following the ebb and flow of Li-Fi developments over the course of several years now. It’s possible that Li-Fi will remain a niche solution suited to high-traffic public areas, such as public transportation environments and vehicles, and for military applications. I don’t have the answers at the ready, unfortunately. 😊 But I can assure you that we consider it a viable technology, especially now that at least one international organization has developed a Li-Fi standard backed by proponents such as pureLiFi and the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute. Stay tuned for more, because the ITU also has efforts underway.

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