5G Trends in Science and Technology
The first 5G frequencies were auctioned recently, allowing highest data rates and shortest response times over 5G radio networks and therefore enabling many new services, such as wireless connected machines in the industry 4.0 or vehicle-to-vehicle communication for autonomous driving.
In this workshop, researchers from the TU Wien will present the state of the art and discuss future challenges and industrial applications – e.g. usage scenarios in the transport sector.
R&D Cooperations @ TU Wien
Astrid Stakne, TU Wien, Research and Transfer Support
5G for Cooperative Traffic
Christoph Mecklenbräuker, TU Wien, Institute of Telecommunications, Research Unit of Wireless Communications
5G Multi-Access Edge Computing: Non-Functional Requirements
Atakan Aral, TU Wien, Institute of Information Systems Engineering, Research Unit of E-Commerce
5G for Industrial Automation
Thilo Sauter, TU Wien, Institute of Computer Technology, Research Unit of Software-intensive Systems
This workshop is hosted by TU Wien.
Contact: Astrid Stakne, email@example.com