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Wednesday, October 7 • 15:00 - 15:50
Visible Light Communication Networks Based on Linux-Enabled Light Bulbs - Stefan Schmid, Disney Research

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Light bulbs based on Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) provide a foundation for networking using visible light as a communication medium. With Visible Light Communication (VLC), LED light bulbs installed in a room can communicate with each other and other VLC-enabled devices like smartphones, wearables and toys. This talk focuses on how to bring the Linux network stack together with a microcontroller-based VLC platform and integrate it into LED light bulbs. Enabling IP-based networking makes it possible to reuse the many available protocols and applications in order to interconnect smart devices without using the already congested radio spectrum.

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Stefan Schmid

PhD Student, Disney Research & ETH Zurich
Stefan Schmid is a PhD student at Disney Research and ETH Zurich. He has been working on software-defined Visible Light Communication (VLC) for the past 4 years. His research focuses on low-cost and microcontroller-based VLC networks including LED-to-LED networks and networked light bulbs. Recent work proposes the integration of VLC-enabled light bulbs with the Linux network stack to enable IP-based communication. Before starting with his PhD... Read More →


Wednesday October 7, 2015 15:00 - 15:50
Liffey Hall 1