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Surrey 5G centre partners with Digital Greenwich to plan smart cities: The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovati...

Surrey 5G centre partners with Digital Greenwich to plan smart cities: The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovati...

5GIC will provide the technological foundations on which Digital Greenwich will build test beds and trials leading to commercial smart city solutions. Digital Greenwich will host a 5G Smart City Incubator space for innovators and entrepreneurs aiming to link transport, mobility, logistics, energy, healthcare and education. Located at the University of Surrey, 5GIC is now the largest European research centre dedicated to the development of the next generation of mobile and wireless communications, according to 5GIC. “Fundamental to next generation smart city applications is the creation of a robust communications systems,” said 5GIC director Professor Rahim Tafazolli. “Working with Digital Greenwich will enable the 5GIC to develop solutions targeted at multiple use cases in a city context. The partnership will also provide the foundation to drive standardised solutions for ...

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