One of NRG5 use cases is Predictive Maintenance of Energy Networks using (semi-)autonomous flying drones and 5G network technology. Instantiating NRG5 VNFs, the drones will be remotely controlled at the Mobidel Edge Cloud/Multi-RAT Edge Cloud (MEC) to follow the electricity lines and focus on the points of interest.
The 5th NRG-5 plenary meeting was hosted by BT in their premises in Adastral Park, Ipswich on 11-12/7/2018
NRG-5 organized a Special Session at the European Conference on Networks and Communications (EUCNC’ 2018) on 18-21 June 2018 in Ljubjana, Slovenia, to highlight the importance of 5G in the realization of the Smart Energy vertical. The Special Session was entitled “Unlocking the 5G potential for smart energy grids” and was chaired by the NRG-5 Coordinator Dr. Massimo Bertoncini.
The 4th NRG-5 plenary meeting was hosted by Engineering in Rome on 19-20/4/2018
NRG-5 was presented at the IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom), in Athens, Greece on March 19-23, 2018.
During the presentation the paper “Smart Grid: a demanding use case for 5G technologies“, which refers to the NRG-5 results was presented.
NRG-5 was represented by Dr. Theodore Zahariadis, NRG-5 Technical Manager at te EC H2020 5G Infrastructure TB meeting on Thursday 15/03/2018 in Brussels, Belgium
The 3rd NRG-5 plenary meeting was hosted by l’université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) now part of Sorbonne Universite in Paris on 6-8/2/2018
The 2nd NRG-5 plenary meeting was hosted by SingularLogic in Athens on 21-22/9/2017
Dr. Theodore Zahariadis presented a paper entitled: “Preventive Maintenance of Critical Infrastructures using 5G Networks & drones” which has been partically supported by NRG-5 in the International workshop on small-drone surveillance, detection and counteraction techniques (WOSDETC) that took place in conjunction with the 14th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveilalnce (AVSS 2017) – Lecce 29 August – 1 September 2017
A ministerial declaration on making 5G a success for Europe was signed today during the informal meeting of the Ministers for Competitiveness and Telecommunications on 18 July in Tallinn, Estonia.
The declaration of intent seeks to establish a common baseline on future 5G standards and confirm the willingness of member states to position Europe as the lead market for 5G.
See the presidency press statement