Tag: 5g


When 5G Multi access Edge Computing enables Distributed Ledger…

In this latest scientific contribution, presented at the IEEE 94th Vehicular Technology Conference VTC 2021, CNIT and Sma-RTy Edge & 5G people collaborated to demonstrate vehicular computation offloading using Multi access Edge Computing (MEC) technology. It reveals as an interesting use case for Multi access Edge Computing (MEC) application for Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), where blockchain transactions are executed directly at the edge of the network.

Sma-RTy contributed with its on-premise 5G MEC infrastructure, fully compliant with ETSI MEC standards and locally deployed at the Leghorn Port Authority.

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Sma-RTy @SMAU 2021

Once again, in such a short delay, we will participate to another exhibition in Milan, SMAU 2021, focused on innovative ideas and products. We will showcase some of the use cases around the interaction between Artificial Intelligence and 5G infrastructure, to create new and disruptive market segments.

Two use cases, only apparently apart, will be showcased:

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Sma-RTy Edge at IEEE MeditCom

The Sma-RTy Edge business unit will present a new conference paper at the IEEE MeditCom 2021, held in Athens from September 7th to 10th 2021, this year in a Hybrid In-Person and Virtual Conference format.

This work has been done in collaboration with Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and CNIT, Pisa.

Here the abstact:

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5G Digital Twin experimentation @IRISIreland

With the nowadays improvement in information technologies, smart and connected objects are almost a constant presence in our daily life. Things were significantly different in 1991 though, when Mark Weiser (Principal Scientist at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center) was proposing a new, visionary concept. In his idea, technology should continuously interact with our daily life, as a transparent barrier between real and virtual world. That was later defined, the “ubiquitous computing” paradigm, where ubiquitous stands for everywhere and anywhere.

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