EVOLVED-5G Poster Session at ACM ISS 2021

EVOLVED-5G partner, Charles Bailly (IMMERSION), presented through a poster session the EVOLVED-5G project at the ACM ISS 2021. You may lean more about the event here: https://iss.acm.org/2021/. You may access the poster session here: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3447932.3490520

EVOLVED-5G project Presentation at Smart City Expo World Congress

On Wednesday 17th of November the Nordic cities presented their development plans and needs and the Nordic companies pitched their solutions. At this session EVOLVED-5G partner Tanel Järvet (CAFA Tech) introduced the project idea and initial results. You may learn more about the event here:


CAFA Tech Booth in Smart City Expo World Congress

CAFA Tech is participated in the Estonian Joint Stand at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, which took place on November 16th -18th . More than 400 companies were represented at the fair, introducing innovative solutions to create a better urban life for people and enable more efficient and inclusive urban services. CAFA Tech, EVOLVED-5G partner, presented the CAFA Worker robot and the 5G cellular drone at the fair and introducing Evolved 5G and project’s results .
The CAFA Worker robot works both autonomously and remotely over 4G / 5G to replace the direct presence of a person in a hazardous environment doing routine work.
The fair will be accompanied by a congress with many exciting presentations. All presentations can be watched online via the website:


5GPPP, View on 5G Architecture V4.0, November 2021

The “View on 5G Architecture” 4 5GPPP white paper is now available! Access it and read the EVOLVED-5G contributions. You may find it online here: https://5g-ppp.eu/5g-ppp-architecture-working-group-view-on-5g-architecture-4/#

The Architecture Working Group publishes the Release V4.0 of its White Paper “View on 5G Architecture”. In this Release, the Architecture Working Group provides a consolidated view of the architectural efforts developed in the projects of the 5G PPP and other research efforts, including standardization. This serves not only to review the current state of the 5G architecture, but to also identify promising trends towards the next generation of mobile and wireless communication networks, namely 6G.