6G communications, satellites and navigation, sensing and services
Following the successful conclusion of the 2022 event in Munich, this year's 13th CONASENSE Workshop will take place in Orlando, Florida in November 2023. The design of a sustainable 6G ecosystem and the interplay of connectivity, sensors, satellites, navigation and people-centric services will be a particular focus. The workshop is aimed at researchers and engineers specializing in 6G services, networks and Internet of Things (IoT), as well as interested students. The event provides an excellent platform for experts to present their techno-economic solutions and approaches. This year, it will be held in parallel with the IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC) 2023.
To further drive the global development of 6G services, a number of 6G initiatives are being launched looking ahead to 2030. These include COmmunication, NAvigation, SENsing and SErvices (CONASENSE), an interdisciplinary 6G brainstorming and information platform that aims to systematically advance the development of emerging 6G digital services and trigger further developments for society. In this context, the definition of a sustainable 6G ecosystem requires a comprehensive discussion, for which experts from the fields of communication, sensor technology, human-centric, and sustainable services will come together at the CONASENSE workshop.
Technologically, the vision towards a sustainable 6G ecosystem is driven by the increased use of virtualization and software. This will support a high number of active devices while ensuring high adaptability. CONASENSE 2023 places its particular focus on the need to approach this adaptability from a holistic perspective. The workshop will therefore address research dedicated to a 6G paradigm that can only be enabled through the cooperation of the above-mentioned domains.
Researchers and engineers specializing in 6G services, networks and IoT, students
Ramjee Prasad, CGC, Universität Aarhus, Dänemark
Rute C. Sofia, fortiss, Deutschland
Paulo Rufino, CGC, Universität Aarhus, Dänemark
Eduardo Cerqueira, UFPA, Brasilien
Satellites and Navigation