Welcome to the 5G Lab Germany in Dresden
The upcoming fifth generation (5G) of mobile communication systems will impact our life more than any other wireless technology in the past. The disruptive changes are the introduction of the Tactile Internet introducing latencies of 1ms, massive increase of security and resilience, as well as massive increase in throughput. It will enable tackling new markets such as Industry 4.0, transportation systems including secure driving, smart grids, health care, and many more disruption in markets as agriculture and construction industry.
The new technical requirements must be carefully extracted from a deep understanding of the Tactile Internet applications. New key technologies in network architecture, air interface, and cloud systems will achieve the requirements. This holistic 5G view is the core theme of the 5G Lab Germany, which is organized in four different technology tracks. With more than 20 faculty members, more than almost 600 researchers and our cooperation partners from industry we are well prepared for the upcoming research challenges in the 5G world.
Visit us in Dresden and share your view on 5G
Gerhard Fettweis & Frank Fitzek
|Sep 19, 2017||IEEE 5G Summit Dresden link|
|Sept 18-22, 2017||5G Lab Summerschool on Wireless and Networks link|
Racyics announces cooperation with the 5G Lab Germany [more]
5G Lab cooperates with Dresdner Sportclub 1898 Volleyball team [Press release]
Intensified cooperation on 5G between Ericsson and 5G Lab Germany [more]
The registration web site for the IEEE 5G Summit Dresden is open now [more]
HPE and 5G Lab Germany collaborate on next-generation edge applications [more]
Vodafone and 5G Lab Germany show 5G demo at Cebit 2017 [more]
5G Lab Germany shows up at Mobile World Congress 2017 [more]
5G Lab Germany involved in cross-country consortium 5G-ConnectedMobility [Ericsson Press Release]
New partners supporting the 5G Lab Germany [Press Release]
The 5G Lab Germany successfully hosted the IEEE 5G Summit Dresden on Sept. 29th. Pictures are available [here].
TU Dresden participates in PRIME project on ultra-low power IoT systems [more]
Tactile Internet demo available for download [Google Play]