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EMpowering transatlantic PlatfOrms for advanced WirEless Research

Deliverables

EMPOWER Strategy Document and Collaboration Roadmap v0

This initial deliverable, will be the result of the discussion on the first six months of the Project and will include the initial strategy for collaboration and the planned roadmap/agenda of activities and collaboration opportunities for the short/medium and long term.

Trends, Status and Plans for advanced wireless

This deliverable will provide the first analysis of trends on advanced wireless research and development from three pillar activities covered respectively in the three verticals tasks T2.1, T2.2, and T2.3.

Survey of Software Tools and Computing Architectures for Advanced Wireless Platforms

This deliverable provides a survey of software tools, deployment and testing methodologies and computing platforms used in major current EU and US platforms. The study will result in the initial EMPOWER software catalogue, documentation and collaboration methods and objectives for transatlantic mutualisation of components and systems for wireless experimentation.

Update on Trends, Status and Plans for advanced wireless

This deliverable will provide an update of the analysis of trends on advanced wireless research and development integrating the feedback gathered from the release of the first technology roadmap in D2.2.

First Report on Joint Technology Demonstrations and Data Analysis

This deliverable will report on all joint EU-US technology demonstrations in the first year and evidence of early mutualisation platform components and systems. It will also provide early analysis results from ongoing EU and USA initiatives, in particular ICT-17 and PAWR.

First technology roadmap for advanced wireless

This deliverable will create the first advanced wireless technology roadmap building on the analysis reported in D2.1 and any potential refinement of this analysis available by the time of release of this deliverable.

Report on the organisation of events and engagement activities - v1

This report present the organisation of the different events, such as workshops, hackathons, researchers mobility for the first 18 months of the project.

Communication and Community Building Strategy and Plan

This report will define the communication and community building strategy and describe the activities EMPOWER partners will pursue so as to guarantee broad visibility, promotion and up-take. Input from all the three WP4 tasks will inject into this document. This will also include a record of activities related to dissemination and exploitation that have been undertaken, and those still planned.

Communication and Community Building Report

This document will update the communication and community building strategy plan as appropriate and report on activities took place till M18. It will also include input about what have been the most effective communication tools and channels in terms of community reach, and report on activities pursued to grow the community and engagement of stakeholders. This will also include a record of activities related to dissemination and exploitation that have been undertaken, and those still planned.

EMPOWER Strategy Document and Collaboration Roadmap v1

D1.2 is conceived as an update to D1.1, accounting for the evolution of the field in the second semester of the Project. In addition to an update strategy and collaboration roadmap/agenda, it will also be provided an update on current collaboration activities that are already being started.

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Publications

Towards 6G: Evolution of Key Performance Indicators and Technology Trends

Author(s): Alain Mourad, Rui Yang, Per Hialmar Lehne, Antonio de la Oliva
Published in: 2020 2nd 6G Wireless Summit (6G SUMMIT), 2020, Page(s) 1-5
DOI: 10.1109/6gsummit49458.2020.9083759

A Baseline Roadmap for Advanced Wireless Research Beyond 5G

Author(s): Alain Mourad, Rui Yang, Per Hjalmar Lehne, Antonio De La Oliva
Published in: Electronics, Issue 9/2, 2020, Page(s) 351, ISSN 2079-9292
DOI: 10.3390/electronics9020351