10:00 - 11:15
Internet of Things Connectivity from Space and Ground
Organized by AAU in collaboration with We Build Denmark
Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that has been developing throughout the last two decades, but in the recent years it gained a significant momentum through its presence in 3GPP standards, such as NB-IoT, for wireless mobile networks. Mobile operators rely on IoT as an enabler of the next generation business models. Currently, an emerging technology that receives a significant attention is IoT through LEO satellites, as it promises to bring seamless and affordable connectivity over wide area for maritime, logistics, agriculture, and other industries. As a specific area of application the smart city use cases will be highlighted.
Program: Introduction: “Internet of Things in 5G and beyond”, Petar Popovski, Professor in Connectivity, Aalborg University Business Talk: “Bringing 5G NB-IOT to Space”, Thomas Scott Jensen, Senior Vice President, Gatehouse SatCom A/S Scientific Talk: “End-to-end delay in LEO satellite constellations”, Nestor Javier Hernandez Marcano, AU Business Talk: “The Challenges of Wireless Communications for IoT”, Germán Corrales Madueño, Senior Research Engineer, Keysight Technologies Scientific Talk: “Representing and Interacting with Streaming IoT Data”, Aslak Johansen, Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark Business Talk: “The IoT Ecosystem and connectivity, how to get partners for IoT development for the smart city”, Anders Mynster, Head of Nordic IoT Center, FORCE Technology
Session coordinator: Petar Popovski, Aalborg University
Facilitator: Petar Popovski, Aalborg University