Light, internet and data are always connected. These connections are increasingly becoming wireless in the modern world. LiFi is the latest form in this area and stands for Light Fidelity. Wireless internet via light. HelloLiFi introduces the new internet of the future.

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What is LiFi?

LiFi, short for Light Fidelity, is a technology that enables wireless internet access through light. It utilizes light waves, typically employing LED technology, to transmit and receive data wirelessly. This means that data can be sent and received using light waves. LiFi offers the potential for secure internet connections.

How does LiFi work?

Internet via light may sound like a lamp with internet, but in LiFi, light serves a different purpose. The flickering signals used to transmit data are so rapid that they are imperceptible to humans. However, LED lighting can serve as the transmitter for LiFi. Additional equipment is required to receive LiFi signals.

To use LiFi, several components are necessary: a transmitter, a receiver, and an internet connection. The transmitter is linked to the internet source and can be centrally mounted on the ceiling to broadcast LiFi. This enables the transmission of LiFi. The receiver can be connected to the device intended to receive LiFi signals. Unlike humans, the receiver can perceive the flickering signals from the transmitter.

The operation of LiFiMAX FLEX

Our LiFiMAX® FLEX kit consists of  an access point, photonic antenna and a receiver: the dongle. The access point  connects to the internet (modem/fiber optics) via the familiar PoE cable (Power over Ethernet). The dongle is easily connected to your PC, laptop, tablet, phone, or other devices. The antenna emits data using light waves, which are received by the dongle, creating a bilateral wireless internet connection.


The benefits of LiFi

LiFi is not just a developed technology that generates connections in a different way. There are significant advantages that make it extremely interesting for individuals, businesses, and organizations to start using LiFi.


LiFi utilizes light waves, which cannot penetrate through walls and glass, making it undetectable from outside.

No radiation

LiFi uses light waves, which do not involve radiation. In contrast, WiFi utilizes electromagnetic (RF) radiation.

High speed

Using LiFi light waves, internet connections can be much faster than with WiFi. LiFi can transmit a significant number of gigabytes per second.

Stable connection

A LiFi connection is stable. Issues like dropped connections or increasing latency in internet connections are a thing of the past with LiFi.


LiFiMAX® products can be integrated into existing or new equipment and applications.

Green unlimited capacity

Unlike 4G/5G and future 6G technologies, LiFi does not rely on antennas.


With the LiFiMAX® controller, VLAN security networks can be created using AES 128-bit real-time encryption.


About us

HelloLiFi introduces the new internet of the future: wireless internet via light, called LiFi.

LiFi (Light Fidelity) utilizes LED technology (Light Emitting Diodes) to transmit data through light. No more 5G/6G antennas and no radiation. Instead, LiFi offers wireless internet connections at the speed of light. Downloading a 4K movie in just a few seconds is now possible. In the future, billions of LED lamps can be interconnected. It is expected that LiFi will accelerate new developments and technical applications into execution.


Oledcomm is a French startup founded in 2005 at the University of Paris-Saclay. After years of research and extensive testing, Oledcomm developed the LiFiMAX® products. In 2019 and 2020, the LiFiMAX® products won the Innovation Awards at the prestigious consumer electronics show CES in Las Vegas. Oledcomm is the world leader in LiFi technology and continues to invest in implementing LiFi globally.

LiFi in Practice

There are several practical examples where the use of LiFi can be much more appealing compared to WiFi. These examples are explained based on the most relevant advantage.

  • Home offices

    LiFi offers a stable and secure internet connection without the need for antennas, making it ideal for home offices where reliable connectivity is essential.

  • Indoor positioning – musea – winkels – industrie

    LiFi’s precise localization capabilities are beneficial for applications in museums, shops, and industrial environments where accurate indoor positioning is required.

  • Government and Defense:

    LiFi’s secure and interference-free nature makes it suitable for government and defense applications where data security is paramount.

  • Education:

    LiFi’s high-speed data transmission is advantageous in educational settings such as schools and universities, enabling seamless connectivity for students and teachers.

  • Industry and IoT

    LiFi’s ability to handle high data volumes without interference makes it ideal for industrial applications and IoT devices, ensuring reliable communication in complex environments.

  • Hospitals and Clinics:

    LiFi’s lack of electromagnetic interference makes it suitable for use in hospitals and operating rooms where sensitive medical equipment is present.

  • Offices and Flex Spaces:

    LiFi’s stable connection and high-speed data transmission are beneficial in office environments and flexible workspaces, improving productivity and collaboration.

  • Conference rooms – press rooms

    LiFi’s secure and interference-free communication is advantageous in conference rooms and press rooms where confidential information may be shared.

  • Aviation and Aerospace

    LiFi’s immunity to electromagnetic interference makes it suitable for use in aviation and aerospace applications where reliable communication is critical. Also Reduction of weight by eliminating cables. One practical advantage of LiFi technology is the reduction of weight by eliminating the need for cables. In various applications such as aviation, aerospace, and even in everyday scenarios like offices and home environments, the absence of cables reduces clutter and weight, making devices more portable and installations simpler. This weight reduction can have significant implications for industries where weight considerations are crucial, such as aviation, where every kilogram saved can lead to fuel savings and improved efficiency.