ELIoT is an EU Horizon 2020 project. The 10-partner, 36-month project has started on 1 January, 2019 and will end on 31 December, 2021. It is led by the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute. The central aim of the project is the development of mass market Internet of Things (IoT) solutions using LiFi, a next generation wireless communication network, travelling over light instead of radio waves. With LiFi, the ELIoT consortium will explore a networked wireless communication technology operating in the previously unused light spectrum, besides Wi-Fi and cellular radio.
Final ELIoT EU Review Meeting, Rotterdam, September 2022
The final ELIoT review meeting took place on 6th of September 2022 in Rotterdam at KPN's premises. The consortium presented the main project results to the EU, in particular the results of the numerous demonstration [...]
ELIoT: enhancing LiFi for next-generation Internet of things
Linnartz, J.P.M.G., Corrêa, C.R.B., Cunha, T.E.B. et al., "ELIoT: enhancing LiFi for next-generation Internet of things," J Wireless Com Network 2022, 89
ELIoT Demonstrator – Fixed Wireless Access
ELIoT demonstrates optical wireless communication (Light Fidelity - #LiFi) in different scenarios. In this video the use of LiFi for Fixed Wireless Access is shown, which bridges the last meters between the building and the [...]