Anything, anywhere, anytime: the query is not new. Still, offering ubiquitous connectivity and seamless access to services is not yet a reality. While the use of wireless communication technology is increasing, the achieved performance is more and more limited because interference is anywhere, anytime and anything. Next-generation terminals and networks have to face two main challenges to improve coexistence and break through the interference performance barrier: sensing to monitor interference and intelligent context-aware protocol design.
This IPR workshop´s program will include IP essentials, followed by some practical exercises related to IP searches, use of public databases, etc. We will close the event with testimonials on IPR in spin-off creation, licensing, open source software and the freedom to operate aspect. As this will partly be a hands-on training, don´t forget to bring your laptop!
During this friday food we want to zoom in on the potential of a parallel design track inside IBBT-projects. This track aims to enhance development of hard- and software in a pervasive world.
User generated content is the subject of the first of a joint FLEET & IBBT conference day, to which we have the honor to invite you. We will offer you a broad perspective with several international cases, illustrating some of the economic, social and legal aspects, which will be linked to related FLEET & IBBT research results.