The June issue of the 5G PPP Newsflash, prepared by the Full5G project, is available at 5G PPP Newsflash June 2020
PRESS RELEASE – Dublin, May 2020
RedZinc, a mobile video telemedicine software company, has responded to the Covid-19 crisis by pivoting technology developed as part of the SliceNet project into a new telemedicine solution for outpatient clinics. RedZinc was asked by the Irish Health Service Executive, to rapidly deploy their real time video communications service, BlueEye Direct, to replace face-to-face patient consultations. The idea was to facilitate people needing medical care to stay home during lockdown.
BlueEye Direct Video for Clinic, uses real-time web based video communications technology, so healthcare professionals can see their patients remotely. The platform is deployed on public cloud and delivered using WiFi and 4G – no app or set up is required by the patient.
SliceNet research and innovation enabled the BlueEye platform to be built for rapid scaling using virtualized network functions for flexible deployment of eHealth software services. (more…)
Find out more about the SliceNet Use Cases on eHealth, Smart Grid and Smart City in these three videos! SliceNet have combined a new slicing framework for vertical applications in sectors such as healthcare, energy and smart cities.
SliceNet, in collaboration with 5G-VINNI, organised a half day workshop on 11 June 2020, as part of the IEEE International Conference on Communications 2020. Due to the ongoing restrictions around Covid-19, this year’s conference was different, as all activities were conducted virtually, as either pre-recorded paper presentations or as live teleconferences. (more…)
As part of the SliceNet project, Efacec have devised a SmartGrid Self-Healing solution. With access to modern wireless technologies like 5G, the algorithm resorts to high-speed peer-to-peer communication to provide a fast and reliable self-healing solution. When a fault in the grid results in a power outage, the area affected by the outage is significantly reduced and the power grid operators quickly identify the location of the fault. Outage time is reduced for a large number of customers because the algorithm promptly re-configures the grid automatically, powering the healthy line section from an alternative medium voltage feeder.
See the video here:
SliceNet has 2 contributions approved by the ITU-T FG-ML5G. The contributions were discussed at the 9th and last meeting of the ITU-T Focus Group on Machine Learning for Future Networks including 5G.
The 2 contributions were approved as ITU-T FG ML5G specifications and are published by the group under the official numbers ML5G-I-247 and ML5G-I-242-R1. The contributions are available to members of ML5G here: extranet.itu.int
The latest issue of the 5G PPP Newsflash, prepared by the Full5G project, is available at 5G PPP Newsflash May 2020
The IEEE ICC 2020 workshop on Intelligent 5G Network Slicing has been organized by SliceNet and 5G-VINNI to present the latest advances in network slicing, and results on experimentation and trials in the verticals.
The workshop will take place virtually, on the 11th June 2020, from 10.00 to 13.30 CEST.
Visit the workshop website here: https://icc2020.ieee-icc.org/workshop/ws-16-workshop-on-intelligent-5g-network-slicing
Or the event webpage here: https://slicenet.eu/event/ieee-icc-2020-workshop-on-intelligent-5g-network-slicing/
Registration to IEEE ICC 2020 workshops is 40 euro for non-authors and 20 euro for students, via the ICC website: https://icc2020.ieee-icc.org/registration
Our final SliceNet webinar is on Tuesday 19th May at 11am CET on the topic 5G Integrated Multi-Domain Slicing Friendly Infrastructure, as presented by Navid Nikaein, Professor in Communication System Department at Eurecom. The presentation will describe the design and prototyping of 5G integrated multi-domain SliceNet infrastructure based on opensource software platforms. (more…)
Sadly, due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, the April plenary for SliceNet was not a face-to-face event but rather a 3 day online meeting. However, this was not a challenge for such a technically literate group of people! As such, it was very well participated in by all the partners and the team was extremely engaged in the lead up to the final phase of the project. (more…)