19th Newsletter – The 5GMED January 2024 Digest
Welcome to the January 2024 edition of the 5GMED Monthly Digest, providing you with updates on our ongoing initiatives and upcoming events.
🇫🇷 Face-to-Face Meeting in Paris
On the 6th of February, the 5GMED consortium will convene in Paris for a face-to-face meeting. The primary objective is to synchronise efforts and channel the consortium’s focus towards achieving the envisioned project outcomes by the final demo in June 2024. The meeting will feature presentations on the current status and detailed work plans for each work package until the project’s completion.
🧠 Engage with Our Quiz on LinkedIn
Immerse yourself in the excitement of exploring Europe’s 5G cross-border mobility with our interactive quiz on LinkedIn. Every two weeks, a new question related to cross-border mobility is published. Test your knowledge and participate in the quiz to better understand the inner workings of the sector. The first question was about Europe’s 5G cross-border corridors, and the second one focuses on sustainable mobility.
✅ You still have time to answer this week’s question: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7157673747179618304
🇪🇸 5GMED at MWC24
The 5GMED project will be showcased at the stands of Cellnex, i2cat, and Mobile World Capital Foundation during the Mobile World Congress 2024 from February 26 to 29. If you are interested in learning more about our project and exploring collaboration opportunities, we invite you to join us for discussions.
🖥 Webinar Recap
Catch up on the insightful findings shared by ICT-53 projects in our webinar celebrated in December. The event provided a comprehensive understanding of the achievements, challenges, and outputs of 5G-Blueprint, 5GRAIL, 5G-ROUTES, and 5GMED projects, highlighting the progress made in 5G deployment across European cross-border corridors.
👉Access the webinar: https://bit.ly/3HDwgUW
📄 Preparing a White Paper
To gather experiences on deploying 5G solutions in cross-border scenarios and propose relevant recommendations for future projects, 5GMED is preparing a policy recommendations white paper. To ensure a well-rounded perspective, information about the technological, logistical, and business dimensions is being collected from use cases and work package owners.
Thank you for your continued support and engagement with the 5GMED project.
The 5GMED team
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This newsletter was originally published on LinkedIn.