[СЕМИНАР] 21 января 2022 – Periklis Chatzimisios – 5G Communications for Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) and Autonomous Driving
В пятницу 21 января 2022 г. в 17:00 в Zoom состоится очередное заседание Московского телекоммуникационного семинара.
Тема семинара: 5G Communications for Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) and Autonomous Driving
Докладчик: Prof. Periklis Chatzimisios, International Hellenic University (Greece) and University of New Mexico (USA)
Аннотация: The push for improved driving experience, including the ultimate goal of driver-less vehicles, has fueled the development of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs). Connectivity is an important enabler for CAVs, as it allows for autonomous vehicles to directly participate in the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and make collective intelligent decisions. 5G mobile networks play an important role in providing vehicular connectivity as mobile networks support mobility by default. However, the density of vehicles is high in urban areas that poses challenges for the support from mobile networks. The talk will first discuss the four main types of connectivity scenarios that can be supported in Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) applications and the various Levels of Automation (LoA) for autonomous driving. It will then provide a detailed overview of the technologies that can support V2X communications. The last part of the talk will introduce the SwiftV2X research project that proposes and studies Smart mmWave and MultiRATs for Multihop V2X communications as well as other research projects about autonomous driving.
Информация о докладчике: Periklis Chatzimisios serves as Professor in the Department of Information and Electronic Engineering of the International Hellenic University (Greece). Moreover, he has been awarded the title of Researcher Professor by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of New Mexico (USA). He is also a Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Science & Technology, at Bournemouth University (UK). Dr. Chatzimisios is/has been involved in several standardization and IEEE activities serving as a Member of IEEE ComSoc Education Services Board, Member of the IEEE ComSoc Standards Program Development Board and Industry Outreach Board under the IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc). He is the Chair of the Communications Chapter and Professional Activities for the IEEE Greece Section and also serves as the Chair of ComSoc Technical Committee on Information Infrastructure and Networking (TCIIN), the Vice Chair of ComSoc Technical Committee on Big Data (TCBD) and an active member of the IEEE Future Networks (5G) Initiative.