The Li-Fi Consortium is an international organization focusing on optical wireless technologies. It was founded by four technology-based organizations in October 2011. The goal of the Li-Fi Consortium is to foster the development and distribution of (Li-Fi) optical wireless technologies such as communication, navigation, natural user interfaces and others.
As of 2012[update] the Li-Fi Consortium outlined a roadmap for different types of optical communication such as gigabit-class communication as well as a full featured Li-Fi cloud which includes many more besides wireless infrared and visible light communication.
- The Li-Fi Consortium website http://www.lificonsortium.org
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