workshops & special sessions
|17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations||OTE||25-27 Jun 2021||6th Workshop on “5G – Putting Intelligence to the Network Edge” (5G-PINE 2021)||This Workshop was a joint effort for the broader dissemination of research and the exchange of knowledge/results between several H2020 EU-funded projects, established to disseminate knowledge obtained from them, as well as from any other action of EU-funded research, in the wider thematic area of 5G and with the aim of focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in modern 5G and beyond telecommunications infrastructures
Link for more info: https://www.5g-essence-h2020.eu/Contact/5GPine.aspx
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Students Conference (ECESCON)||IPTO||15-17th Apr 2022||Workshop on “Enabling Advancements in the Future Energy System”||IPTO through a booth and a workshop aimed to inform the participants regarding the “Enabling Advancements in the Future Energy System”, based on the topics of the “Grid Enhancing Flexibilities”, the “Flexibility Markets” and the “5G Integration in the Future Power Systems”|
|EuCNC - 6G Summit||ICT-41 Projects||7-10 Jun 2022||Special Session on ‘NetApps for Verticals’||Smart5Grid Project participated in the Special Session on ‘NetApps for Verticals’. This hybrid event was co-organised by ICT-41 projects including Smart5Grid. Rita Santiago and Helio Simeao, from Ubiwhere, physically attended the event and along with the 4 Smart5Grid Pilots, presented the Smart5Grid NetApp Concept and the overall ecosystem picture by introducing the Smart5Grid Platform.
For more information about the Special Session follow this link:
|18th Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations (AIAI 2022)||ΟΤΕ||17-21 June 2022||7th Workshop on “5G – Putting Intelligence to the Network Edge” (5G-PINE 2022)||The 5G-PINE 2022 Workshop emphasized upon presenting associated results, methodologies, trials, concepts and/or other findings originating from technical reports coming from related pilot actions and/or other relevant 5G-based applications, intending to enhance intelligence to the network edge. (For more information you can visit the AIAI 2022 Conference website https://ifipaiai.org/2022/
and/or the dedicated 5g-pine 2022 Workshop’s web site at:
|IEEE International Mediterranean Conference on Communications and Networking||ICT-41 Projects||5-8 Sep 2022||Joint Workshop ‘NetApps into Beyond 5G and 6G Network’||In the context of the 2nd Meditcom Conference which was held in Athens on the 5th-8th September 2022, Smart5Grid project participated, with physical attendance, in the joint Workshop titled ‘NetApps into Beyond 5G and 6G Network’.
This workshop was co-organised from 9 ICT-41 Projects (Smart5Grid, EVOLVED-5G, 5G-ERA, 5GASP, 5GMediaHUB, 5G-INDUCE, VITAL-5G and 5G-EPICENTRE) and the aim was to bring together all the NetApp stakeholders, discuss their experiences so far and pave the way for NetApps into 6G to span all domains RAN/CORE/Transport/Devices/Applications
|8th IEEE International Smart Cities Conference||UCY -Kios Research Center||26-29 Sep 2022||Special Session on 5G for smart cities and smart grids||The theme of this special session is focused on 5G technology and cloud native solutions for smart grids and smart cities application.
Call for Papers deadline: 1st of July 2022
|INFOCOM 2022||Smart5Grid Partners||26 Nov 2022||Special Session ‘5G in the Smart Grid – The Novel Approach of the Smart5Grid European Project||In the context of the Workshop ‘Research Projects for creating the Future and Innovative Telecoms Market’, which was organised by OTE, in conjuction with the 24th Infocom World 2022, in Athens (29th-30th November), Smart5Grid partners organised a Special Session entitled ‘5G in the Smart Grid – The Novel Approach of the Smart5Grid European Project’. Smart5Grid Partners, OTE (Dr. I.Chochliouros, Mr M.Rantopoulos), Entra Energy (Ms R.Rumenova) and IPTO (Mr. D.Brodimas) contributed with 5 presentations, which introduced the project, communicated the Opportunities and Challenges for DSOs/TSOs and the developing of a modern network interconnection scheme by the 5G operators, as derive from UC4.Additionally, a presentation on Distributed Energy Operation & Maintenance in RES Installations was introduced as derived from UC3. Finally, the Essential Components and Core Features of the Smart5Grid Platform for Implementing the 5G Perspective were also presented.|
|Smart5Grid 1st Roadshow||Smart5Grid Partners||26 Feb 2023||Special Event for Italian audience targeting experimenters and developers||On the 26th of January, Smart5Grid organized its first Roadshow event, in Cagliari, Italy, with the collaboration of the Italian Partners of the project: Enel Grids, Engineering, Wind Tre, Athonet and Stam. Targeting experimenters and developers, the Smart5Grid project illustrated how the use of 5G-based Cloud-Edge Computing technologies can foster the digital transition of the Energy Industry. The content of the presentations covered some relevant topics related to our experimentation:
-Overview of the energy scenario and need for digitalization
- State of the art of 5G implementation and milestones at Country level and next steps for towards the implementation of the full 5G Core functionalities
- Private 5G networks and applications in real use cases
- Orchestration and how to handle the distributed computation
- Our platforms (OSR and V&V) as facilitator for developers
- The project demos as concrete implementation examples and opportunities for further improvement from third-parties
- Advantages for third parties in participating to our experimentation
|Smart5Grid 2nd Roadshow||Smart5Grid Partners||8 Mar 23||Special Event for Greek audience targeting experimenters and developers||On the 8th of March, Smart5Grid projects organised its 2nd Roadshow event in Athens entitled '5G empowering the energy sector event', with the collaboration of the Greek Partners of the project: OTE, IPTO, 8BELLS, SIDROCO, INFOLYSiS, University of Athens.
Smart5Grid platform comes along with the required support and assistance through a clear and trustworthy SME experimentation roadmap. This event was an opportunity to interact with external stakeholders, with the goal to build awareness about the opportunity offered by the 5G network’s programmability capability for serving different energy use cases. In addition, we aim to create interest in becoming part of the Smart5Grid Network Apps ecosystem and experimenting in the project’s open platform.
|5G Use Cases for the Energy Vertical||Smart5Grid Consortium||21 Jun 2022||Τhe aim of this workshop was to discuss the application of 5G technology in Smart Grids via the following Use Cases:
- Automatic Power Distribution Grid Fault Detection.
- Remote Inspection of Automatically Delimited Working Areas at Distribution Level.
- Millisecond Level Precise Distributed Generation Monitoring.
- Real-time Wide Area Monitoring of power exchanges (cross border).
You can watch the webinar following this link: