Dr. Harilaos Koumaras (NCSR “Demokritos), 5G!Drones partner, provided an interview at Startupper Magazine (in Greek) providing insights about NCSR “Demokritos” pioneering activities in 5G research and 5G-PPP projects. Special mention is made to 5G!Drones project and its trials. Read more “NCSRD interview about 5G!Drones in Startupper Magazine”
Gokul Krishna Srinivasan, robots.expert partner, talked to Philip Butterworth-Hayes about the impact of 5G on BVLOS applications. This topic is close to robots.expert and 5G!Drones activities as there is a lot of relevant work being done within the project. Read more “5G!Drones article at Unmanned Airspace”
Commercial UAV News published online an article entitled “Top 10 Commercial Drone Insights and Updates from 2020” by Jeremiah Karpowicz. This online article features a total of 10 separate articles among which one featuring 5G!Drones project and its ecosystem (by Danielle Gagne). Read more “5G!Drones article at Commercial UAV News”
Dr Harilaos Koumaras, Media Networks Laboratory’s scientific responsible for H2020 project 5G!Drones, along with representatives from partners Cosmote, HEPTA, CAFA Tech, robots.expert, Municipality of Egaleo and INFOLYSiS conducted technical flight trials with drones in 5G network at the Stavros Mavrothalassitis municipal stadium of Egaleo, on 19-20 October 2020. Read more “Article on 5G!Drones by Media Networks Laboratory”
5G!Drones project article is hosted on the 2nd version of 6G Waves magazine by 6G Flagship. Dr Jussi Haapola from UniOulu shared some insights about the features and the distinctiveness of the project. In addition, he gives information about the long-term evaluation of drones. Read more “5G!Drones article on 6G Waves magazine”
5G!Drones project is focusing on bringing a massive ecosystem together to demonstrate various use cases involving 5G technology, Unmanned Aerial Systems, UTM and relevant technologies. The consortium consists of 20 partners from 8 European countries, ranging from SMEs to large corporates, municipalities, and research organizations. Read more “5G!Drones Interview-Article by Commercial UAV News”
The 5GDRONES is focused on validating and defining key KPIs for implementing 5G, not only for testing and understanding the capabilities of 5G, but for defining also the business case for adopting this technology and spotting the best processes/standards for implementing it in the UAV industry.
5G!Drones, a European project bringing together industrialists, network operators and research centers, was launched in June 2019 for a three-year period. It should ultimately validate the use of 5G for delivery services by drone. Adlen Ksentini, a researcher at EURECOM, a key partner in the 5G!Drones project, explains the challenges involved.