Process of elimination.
It can be a number of things.
Start by checking the easiest, tyre pressures. Make sure they are all correct then go through the reset process - start engine, hold down runfalt reset button for 5 seconds(until runflat indicator comes one), drive away as normal. Runflat light should go off after 5 or 6 seconds and so should all the other lights.
Now monitor the lights to see if they return. If they do it could mean faulty wheel sensor, which should have a fault code via OBD Scanner. Could also be faulty wheel bearing which won't have a fault code.
Mine was a front wheel bearing. Symptoms were lights coming on, reset, run fine for 5 mins, sometimes a week, then they'd come on again. No fault codes recorded. I also had the tell tale noise at high speed, rythmic drone type noise. Died down if you steered slightly to the right, got louder when straight, even louder when steering to the left. Was front passenger side in the end.
Hope this helps.