Prof. Wolfgang Kellerer in an interview on the next wireless communications generation.
Chameleon: Predictable Latency and High Utilization with Queue-Aware and Adaptive Source Routing (A. Van Bemten, N. Deric, A.Varasteh, S. Schmid, M. Mas Machuca, A. Blenk, W. Kellerer). ACM CoNEXT, 2020.
In a joint work with DLR, we could successfully control our robot over a optical feeder link for satellite communication between Weilheim and Hohenpeißenberg on Dec. 3, 2020, which resulted in a joint publication.
Optical Feeder Links for Future Very High-Throughput Satellite Systems in B5G Networks (R. Calvo; T. de Cola, J. Poliak, L. Macri, A. Papa, S. Ayvasik, E. Babaians, W. Kellerer). European Conference on Optical Communications (ECOC), 2020.
- Amtschefin des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Wirtschaft, Landesentwicklung und Energie visits 5G Research Hub Munich
On October 29, 2020 Frau Dr. Sabine Jarothe, Amtschefin of the StMWi has visited our lab and enjoyed our demonstration including the new 2020 features including autonomous navigation and dynamic path planning, Cloud-RAN and function split, data plane isolation.
The 5G Research Hub Munich presents the new features (autonomous navigation and dynamic path planning, Cloud-RAN and function split, data plane isolation) in our end-to-end system. Further, the LMT vision system is integrated to the robot which is streaming over 5G to head mounted display for teleoperation.
On January 15, 2020 State Secretary Roland Weigert from the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs Regional Development and Energy, has visited the 5G Research Hub Munich the joint project of LKN and LMT.
The 5G Research Hub Munich presents the first full end-to-end 5G service setup.
Veni Vidi Dixi: Reliable Wireless Communication with Depth Images (Serkut Ayvaşık, Murat Gürsu, Wolfgang Kellerer), ACM CoNEXT, Florida, USA, Dec. 2019.
On Thursday, November 21, 2019 Serkut Ayvasik, PhD student at LKN, received the VDE Award 2019 at the Bayerischer VDE Abend at Hotel Bayerischer Hof for his Master Thesis.