5G!DRONES Kick-off Meeting at Thales in France

The 5G!Drones kick off meeting took place 10-12 June in Paris, France.

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5G!Drones aim is to test and validate several UAV use-cases (https://5gdrones.eu/use-case-scenarios/) covering eMBB, URLLC, and mMTC 5G services, and to validate 5G KPIs for supporting such challenging use-cases. The project will drive the UAV verticals and 5G networks to a win-win position, on one hand by showing that 5G is able to guarantee UAV vertical KPIs, and on the other hand by demonstrating that 5G can support challenging use-cases that put pressure on network resources, such as low-latency and reliable communication, massive number of connections and high bandwidth requirements, simultaneously. 5G!Drones (https://5gdrones.eu/) will build on top of the 5G facilities provided by the ICT-17 projects and a number of support sites, while identifying and developing the missing components to trial UAV use-cases.

More info is available at 5G!Drones social media channels:

Website: https://5gdrones.eu/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/5gdrones
Twitter: https://twitter.com/5gdrones
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/5gdrones
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/5grones_project

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5GENESIS 4th Plenary Meeting in Malaga

The 5GENESIS 4th plenary meeting took place 13-15 March in Malaga, Spain.

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All the team members had the opportunity to participate in interesting discussions on test experimentation towards the first integration cycle, considering the current 5G advances.

More info is available at our social media channels:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/5genesis/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/5genesis_h2020
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/5genesis-h2020/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/5genesis_h2020
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrT3GgwTi3nGiHLWmKUkxug

Participating in the annual review of H2020 SMESEC project

On 5 July 2018 I had the chance to participate in the annual review of H2020 SMESEC project at FORTH in Heraklion, Crete as independent expert of EU. SMESEC aims at providing a unified security framework for Small Medium Enterprises (SME). Since SME’s are one of the most important drivers for innovation, but they often tend not properly to plan their cybersecurity defence, either by underestimating the risks and consequences of cyber attacks or by not being capable of keeping pace with the progress in this ever-evolving field, the main goal of SMESEC is to identify what are the needs from the SME perspective and translate them into requirements for a unified framework, which will eventually consist of the SMESEC partners’ contributed products.

The SEMSEC products can cover a wide range of security market segments, and it is expected that the unification will bring even higher added value to the products and the project framework itself.

It was really an interesting review meeting, which showcased the added value of SMESEC framework. I would like to thank the consortium for the hospitality and the great organization of the meeting.