This Earth Month, we’re thinking about the many ways we can positively impact the environment. From making data centers more energy-efficient to prioritizing sustainability in the workplace, there are many ways that companies and individual employees can become more environmentally-friendly – and save money in the process. Li-Fi is one of those ways.
What is Li-Fi?
Short for high-speed visible light communication, Li-Fi is defined by LVX System as “the modulation of a free-space beam of light in order to transmit a signal.” In a more basic way, Li-Fi is lighting as a service. It adds a data stream to lighting, using photons both to light a space and to provide high-speed wireless service throughout. And because Li-Fi uses LED lamps with more responsive controls, it can provide better lighting with less energy and an overall lower cost.
The Benefits of Li-Fi
Using Li-Fi to light and connect your workplace has many benefits:
- Saves energy and money
- Improves safety and security
- Provides high-quality light with greater control and a lower cost
- Improves transmission speed using low-impact visible light rather than the high-energy radio waves used in Wi-Fi
“A Communication Medium of Light”
Soon, companies, partners and employees will come to expect more from lighting than just light. The LVX Li-FI Platform is a smart system, providing easy control and operation, and a host of additional capabilities. If a lighting upgrade is in your company’s near future, consider implementing the LVX Li-Fi Platform.
Vaultas partners with LVX System to install and implement Li-Fi. Contact us to determine whether this revolutionary system is the right next step for your business.
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