Professor Harald Haas, CSO of pureLiFi and Professor of Mobile Communications at the University of Edinburgh, has received the International Solid State Lighting Alliance (ISA) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Beijing, China this November. The award, presented at the 13th International Forum on Solid State Lighting, relates to Professor Haas’s contribution to diversify the applications of solid state lighting (SS
Singapore government’s IMDA opens up spectrum for LiFi trials Singapore takes global lead in emerging LiFi technology Trials could enhance Singapore’s competitive advantage Edinburgh, 30th November 2016 – pureLiFi, the Edinburgh based tech firm pioneering LiFi technology that will revolutionise the future of wireless networks, has been working closely with Singapore’s Info-communications Development Media Authority
Apple looks set to include a li-fi capability in future versions of the iPhone, meaning it can access high-speed data using lighting. The backing of a tech giant like Apple would transform the technology from scientific curiousity into a mainstream technique for accessing the internet, and provide a huge boost to the lighting industry. Read the rest of the article here.
pureLiFi and Lucibel announce collaboration to introduce Europe’s first fully industrialized LiFi luminaire Edinburgh, 25 November 2015 – pureLiFi, the light communications technology company that leads the market in development and commercialization of LiFi (the high speed, bidirectional, networked and mobile wireless communications using light) and Lucibel, the French company that specializes in the design of new
Harald Haas – TED Global 2015 – LiFi and Solar Cells LiFi is a Disruptive Innovation. There are countless use-cases for the technology in every aspect of our lives. The team at the University of Edinburgh LiFi R&D Center, lead by Prof. Harald Haas, have been working very closely with pureLiFi to provide perpetual, free, last-mile wireless connectivity for the developing world. Imagine distributing the
pureLiFi has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the Scottish Business Awards: Technology Company of the Year. It is competing against Edinburgh-based Unicorns, fantasy gaming outfit FanDuel and flight search engine Skyscanner, cloud computing specialist Brightsolid, retail software company Intelligent Point of Sale, design agency MadeBrave, personalised shopping app Mallzee, and apps developer SwarmOnline.
We are pleased to announce that pureLiFi is a finalist in the competition to find the UK’s Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company 2015 run by the Cyber Growth Partnership (in association with The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, techUK, and the Future Technologies Network). The four finalists will have a pitch-off on the main stage at InfoSec Europe on June 4 at Olympia in London. Infosecurity
The event was aimed at increasing the collaboration between various companies that are part of the mobile wireless ecosystem, including network providers, Tier 1 operators, network security, testing equipment providers, application developers, etc. A number of key-note speeches addressed various aspects of the mobile ecosystem and the evolution of mobile communications. The show was a fantastic opportunity to meet ex