The 5G!Drones paper entitled “Supporting UAV Services in 5G Networks: New High-Level Architecture integrating 5G with U-space” was accepted in the IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine for publication. Congratulations to all 5G!Drones partners that participated in authoring this paper.
The 5G!Drones journal paper with subject “On Supporting UAV based Services in 5G and Beyond Mobile Systems” has been accepted in IEEE Network Magazine for publication. Congratulations to the 5G!Drones editing team of Aalto University. Read more “5G!Drones paper accepted in IEEE Network Magazine”
A 5G!Drones journal paper entitled “Joint Sub-carrier and Power Allocation for Efficient Communication of Cellular UAVs” was accepted in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications journal. Well done to the 5G!Drones team of Aalto University! Read more “5G!Drones paper in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications”
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 5G!Drones conference paper entitled “Energy-aware Collision Avoidance stochastic Optimizer for a UAVs set” has been accepted in IEEE IWCMC (Virtual Event) in 15-19/06/2020. Congratulations to 5G!Drones partners of Aalto University and Oulu University for editing this paper. Read more “5G!Drones paper presented at IEEE IWCMC”
A 5G!Drones journal paper entitled “Spectrum Sharing for Secrecy Performance Enhancement in D2D-Enabled UAV Networks” has been accepted in IEEE Network Magazine. Congratulations to all the authors and especially to our partner Aalto University.
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.
5G!Drones Paper entitled “Towards Slicing-Enabled Multi-Access Edge” by Eurecom was accepted at IEEE Network Magazine for future publication. Congratulations to the editing team of Eurecom for preparing and submitting this paper to IEEE Network Magazine.