LiFi connects the future of mobility and industry 4.0 at 2Gbps
Oledcomm, the global specialist in LiFi technology, is exhibiting at CES 2023. Oledcomm unveils LIFIMAX2G, enabling the factory and transportation of the future to connect through invisible light.
Oledcomm has announced a doubling of the speed of its LiFiMAX range with a 2Gbps connection. Now even faster, more reliable and secure, LiFi is a high-performance, greener alternative to radio waves and cables, with low energy consumption.
Following the worldwide success of LiFiMAX Cybersecurity Solutions launched at CES 2020, Oledcomm unveils its latest breakthrough in wireless optical communication.
Oledcomm's LiFiMAX2G enables industrial and rail and other mobility infrastructures to access high-speed transmissions securely, without interference and tamper-resistant.
LiFIMAX2G is particularly suited for subways, trains and any vehicle that needs to download huge amounts of data in terabytes (images and videos) in less than 20 seconds as well as for industrial Industry 4.0 applications in augmented reality, IoT or M2M.
As fast as Gigabit Ethernet, more secure than WiFi, and as small as a smoke detector, LiFiMAX2G takes Vehicle-to-Infrastructure communications and connectivity for Industry 4.0 to a new level.
A fast and secure solution for electromagnetic signature-free transmissions
This new generation of LiFi transceivers doubles the speed achieved by the previous generation, now reaching nearly 2 Gigabits per second upstream and 2 Gigabits per second downstream at a distance of 1-5m.
Also addressing the growing capabilities of IoT in rail or industrial 4.0 infrastructures, the use of invisible light avoids interference compared to other radio wave-based communication modes, allowing devices to exchange data safely at any time.
According to Benjamin Azoulay, President of Oledcomm: "The dizzying growth in the amount of data collected in mobility situations and the increase in multimedia flows require a reliable and uninterrupted communication standard for all, especially in transport and factory 4.0. We are proud to contribute to the development of these new standards."