5 Days -
The 2nd Dresden Communications Festival (DCF) and its four sub-events form a versatile week full scientific dialogue, exciting talks, and innovations on 5G and beyond. Leading scientists, industry representatives, and politicians meet in Dresden, the beating hart of Silicon Saxony, to jointly shape the future of mobile communications. The three-day European Wireless conference will kick off the event and focus on 6G and 5G beyond Communications. On the following days, the BMBF funded project 6G-Plattform will inform on the latest 6G research initiatives in Germany and the 6G-ANNA lighthouse project will hold its kick-off. The grand finale will be the Industrial Radio Day - an exchange and discussion event around wireless networking in industry.
The 1st DCF took place in May 2022 and peaked with the 7th IEEE 5G++ Summit Dresden.
European Wireless (EW) is a key venue for European and worldwide researchers to be acquainted with the latest trends in wireless communications and networking. The main theme of EW 2022 is "6G and 5G beyond Communications". The three days of the conference offer a varied program with outstanding keynotes, covering hot topics, factful tutorials, and versatile technical sessions with paper presentations.
The BMBF funded project 6G-Plattform will inform on the latest 6G research initiatives in Germany.
The three-year 6G-ANNA lighthouse project was initiated by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and is led by Nokia. With the combined effort of the 29 participating companies and research institutions, the consortium aims to advance the development, standardization and implementation of the upcoming new generation of mobile communications.
The Industrial Radio Lab Germany (IRLG), funded by the BMBF, invites you to the second Industrial Radio Day on 23 September 2022 as an exchange and discussion event around wireless networking in industry. A platform will be provided to present and discuss perspectives from industry, relevant impulse topics as well as results from current research projects and testbeds.