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PIERS 2018 in Toyama, Japan, 1-4 August, 2018

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PIERS2018 Toyama Focus/Special Sessions  
SC3: Optical Wireless Technologies for Mobile Communications and Internet of Things
Organized by Dr. Pham Tien Dat (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) and Dr. Hoa Le Minh (Northumbria University)
 
Session's Information:
Cloud and Internet of Things (IoTs) are strongly emerging the hot research areas which affect the way of hundreds of billions connected devices to communicate nowadays and in the next decade. Transmitting a vast amount of data between connected devices, from personal healthcare to mass public intelligent transportation applications, will become increasingly difficult using radio-wave spectrum alone. Visible light with more than 1,000 times the modulation bandwidth of radio-wave spectrum is a prime candidate for wireless communications evolution.

Light Fidelity (Li-Fi), a high-speed wireless communication using visible light technology, is an emerging technology potentially offering ultra-wide band wireless communications. The technology can potentially reduce the number of radio transceivers significantly for indoor environments. It becomes especially promising for 5G heterogeneous and beyond networks, facilitating new mobile applications for ultrahigh capacity multimedia entertainment, education, manufacturing, and collaborative design. The simultaneous exploitation of illumination and communications using visible light can also help to use energy much more efficient and environment-friendly. Li-Fi is also useful in electromagnetic sensitive areas such as in aircraft cabins, hospitals and nuclear power plants without causing electromagnetic interference.

In addition, optical wireless communications can be a powerful alternative and complementary technology for optical and wireless technologies in future mobile transport networks, both at mobile backhaul and fronhaul levels. This session provides a forum for reporting and exchanging ideas on the latest advances in research and development on Li-Fi and optical wireless technologies for IoTs and mobile communications, both at the transport and access network levels.
 
Organizer's Information:

  • Dr. Pham Tien Dat
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

  • Dr. Hoa Le Minh
    Northumbria University


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