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Li-Fi and Transportation

Pawan Fangaria

New member
We have heard about Li-Fi (Light Fidelity), that's about 100 times faster than our Wi-Fi. Although Li-Fi cannot completely replace Wi-Fi (I can talk about it later), it can definitely be a boon for future autonomous cars.

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As it works very well with LED lamps, it can be very effectively used for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-traffic-light communication. Now a day, traffic lights and street lamps are being replaced with LED lights, so that can be very well complemented with Li-Fi. It can increase road safety and provide a very effective tool for traffic management.

An icing on the cake is that it's free from electromagnetic interference, so wait for some time, you can use your smartphone all the time in your future flights. There are many other advantages, I can talk about later. Comments welcome!