IEEE 802.15 has formed a Study Group to draft a Project Authorization Request (PAR) for an amendment to IEEE 802.15.7-2011 implementing Optical Camera Communications (OCC) enabling scalable data rate, positioning/localization, and message broadcasting, etc. using things like the flash, display and image sensor as the transmitting and receiving devices.
IEEE P802.15.SG7a Optical Camera Communications Study Group is studying applications and technology in support of creating a Project Authorization Request (PAR) for creating a task group to write an air interface standard that supports the transmission of data by modulated lights that can be received and processed via an image sensor.
January 2014 Session of the IEEE P802.15.SG7a Study Group will be in Los Angeles, CA, USA and the March 2014 Session will be in Beijing, China. Information in regards to these meetings can be found here.
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