Common questions about 5G
Mikhail Popov is a senior researcher at RISE. Here he's answering some of the internet's most common questions about 5G.
“Picture the city as a giant, shared smartphone!”
Digitalisation and smart cities make our lives easier; however, for a city to be truly smart requires a common platform and coherent digital services.
Safer medicines with smart tags
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) often works in environments lacking in infrastructure. Without good roads, electricity and water, providing medical help becomes more difficult. A large proportion of the medicines and vaccines given…
Collaboration reduced unnecessary searching at A&E
Everything needs to run smoothly at an accident and emergency department. Life-or-death decisions and prioritisations are made all day, every day. There is no time to waste going from room to room in search of equipment or patient…
Internet of Things – more than just connected gadgets
The Internet of Things is already a hot topic, even though it’s barely off the ground. So says RISE researcher Claus Popp Larsen, who is calling for a common technical platform and open data.
When we can measure everything – what will we want to know?
Society is connected, including schools, and when almost every gadget is able to measure its surroundings, we can gain a better understanding of what goes on in classrooms. RISE is currently working with Microsoft, Stockholm Unive…
Digitalised Mining – now focusing on business development
The PIMM Project successfully demonstrated how front end loaders could be precision remote controlled using a mobile network – 400 metres underground. The driver sits above ground controlling the vehicle from an office. The focus …
Improved indoor wireless coverage
Many of those living in modern, energy-efficient buildings suffer from poor indoor wireless coverage. On the surface, this issue may not sound particularly pressing – perhaps easily solved by simply opening a window – however, whe…
Open platform for new services in the smart home
Television, data and telephony, these are three services that have been delivered to Swedish homes via broadband for a number of years now. What though might an open platform for new smart services using the Internet of Things loo…