IEEE VTS-UKRI Mini-Workshop and Distinguished Lecture: “Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Machine-to-Machine Communications”

Friday 7 November 2014, 14:00-17:30

King’s College London, Waterloo Campus, Franklin-Wilkins Building, Room 1.13

Stamford Street, London SE1 9NH, UK

The IEEE VTS-UKRI is hosting a Mini-Workshop and Distinguished Lecture on the 7 November 2014 at King’s College London. The event is free for all to attend. The topic is on vehicle-to-vehicle and machine-to-machine communications, moreover, aspects of the event aim to take a look at some interesting areas of overlap of such areas, e.g., the latency challenges that exist both in vehicle-to-vehicle communications and some aspects of machine-to-machine communications (such as the tactile internet), and some common ways forward including the use of opportunistic spectrum access to realise these communication scenarios. The event will conclude with a discussion panel allowing the audience to interact with the experts and pose questions and suggestions on these technologies.

The programme for the event is as follows.

Session 1: Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications 

14:00-14:15 Introduction to the IEEE UKRI Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) Chapter and This Event
Dr. Oliver Holland, King’s College London – IEEE VTS UKRI Chapter Chair

14:15-15:15 First (and Next) Generation of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications – IEEE VTS Distinguished Lecture
Dr. Onur Altintas, Toyota InfoTechnology Center – IEEE VTS Distinguished Lecturer

15:15-15:30 Coffee and Networking Break

Session 2: Machine-to-Machine Communications

15:30-16:00 Agent Communications Languages and Protocols
Prof. Peter McBurney, King’s College London 

16:00-16:30 White Space with Compressive Sensing for Machine-to-Machine Communications
Dr. Frank Gao, Queen Mary University of London

16:30-17:00 The Tactile Internet: Machine-to-Machine on Steroids in 5G
Prof. Mischa Dohler, King’s College London

17:00-17:30 Discussion Panel 

Dr. Onur Altintas, Toyota InfoTechnology Center
Prof. Peter McBurney, King’s College London
Dr. Frank Gao, Queen Mary University of London
Prof. Mischa Dohler, King’s College London

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