The EU-funded, EURESCOM coordinated project ARIADNE advances the research on new system by integrating a high frequency advanced radio architecture and an artificial intelligence (AI) network processing and management approach. This ambitious goal focuses on a long-term vision of pervasive mobile virtual services instead of local network improvements for the current 5G standard.
The project considered general use cases, including connections between rooftop locations and at street-level, and RIS-based connectivity without a direct line of sight. It also looked at dynamic ad hoc connectivity in a moving network, besides vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-everything connectivity, crucial for applications such as autonomous driving. According to Halid Hrasnica, project coordinator the ARIADNE concept and its achievements need to be further developed to be integrated in future wireless communication networks. “To achieve this, the project’s industry partners are already taking the related concrete actions.”
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ARIADNE, AI, 5G, telecommunications, artificial intelligence, machine learning, 6G