Feature opportunistic Positioning as energy efficiency enabler (future network, process): 5G/6G Positioning, (AI based-) Energy Savings Expertise, Beamforming, Sensor Edge Computing, 5G campus network Testlab
The Positioning and Networks business unit develops wireless communication, positioning and identification technologies for connected digital applications in industrial markets and other verticals. Our core competencies lays on Positioning (with 5G or using features of future mobile networks as CSI, channel charting, beamforming), Low Power IoT network, together with ML-based data analysis. Exploitation of massive MIMO Technology, Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces, Joint Sensing and Communication technologies, Edge Computing as AI are also used for energy efficiency management in function of system requirements. In summary, research, designs and developments are motivated by the issue of optimizing energy and resources efficiency while at least keeping the in operation-performances for the business case.
STREAM-B-01-01: System Architecture
STREAM-B-01-02: Wireless Communication Technologies and Signal Processing
Other Targeted interests
AI for Energy-Efficient Communication and Localization
Expertise key words
6G Access Networks
Cognitive Network Management
Innovative 6G Technologies
Name: Sylvie Couronné Company: Fraunhofer Institut for Integrated Systems - Division Positioning and Networks Type of Organisation: Research Country: Germany Web:https://www.iis.fraunhofer.de/en/ff/lv.html Telephone:
Brief description of my Organisation
The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, headquartered in Erlangen, Germany, conducts world-class research on microelectronic and IT system solutions and services. Today, it is the largest institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. Research at Fraunhofer IIS revolves around two guiding topics: Audio and Media Technologies and Cognitive Sensor Technologies.
In the context of Cognitive Sensor Technologies, the institute researches technologies for sensor technology, data transmission technology, data analysis methods and the exploitation of data as part of data- driven services and their accompanying business models. This adds a cognitive component to the function of the conventional “smart” sensor. The results of this research have been applied in the areas of connected mobility, communication and application solutions for the Internet of Things, digitalization of human sensing, product and material monitoring, and business analytics in supply chains.
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