Welcome and Registration
09:3009:35Opening & welcome
Pieter Hermans, CEO/Matchmaker for Innovators, Jakajima
09:3510:05Ed Huibers, Head of Business Development Trulifi, Signify, on "Light becomes an intelligent language", More information
10:0510:35Volker Jungnickel, Coordinator of European H2020 Project ELIOT, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI, on "Enhance Lighting for the Internet of Things", More information
Coffee Break
11:0011:30Maximilian Riegel, Senior Expert Standardization, IEEE & Wi-Fi Standardization, Nokia, on "Enabling Li-Fi for the Internet of Things: advanced MAC layer aspects", More information
11:3012:00Onno Janssen, Value Proposition Developer, Signify, on "Indoor Navigation with Visible Light Communication",More information
Lunch Break and Tour to Lighting Application Center, registration required
13:3014:00Prof. Jean-Paul Linnartz, research Fellow, Signify / Signify Li-Fi systems, on 'Optical Wireless Communication for the Internet of Things', More information
14:0014:30Dominic O'Brien, Professor of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, on "Optical wireless communications technologies for the internet of things", More information
14:3015:00Farid Bichareh, CTO, AASA, USA, on "IoT and Li-Fi; Interoperability and business impact", More information
15:3016:00Marcos Martínez, Principal System Engineer, MaxLinear, on "ITU-T G.9991, the new LiFi standard ready for product deployment", More information
16:0016:30Marco Zuniga, Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology, on "LuxSenz: Exploiting Sunlight for Wireless Communication", More information
16:3017:00 Koen Van Niekerk, UX Director, VanBerlo, on 'designing connected products and related services'

The conference is part of the Photonics Applications Week. It is possible to attend several events / conferences / workshops during this week. Also you can join the Networking Dinner on 1 October in the evening. Click here for more information.

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