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Next Generation Wireless for Time-critical Performance

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time-sensitive networking (TSN) wireless communication virtualized industrial automation
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Seminars-1-2024 - This article is part of a series.
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This talk will discuss recent developments on distributed computing and wireless communications to enable time-sensitive systems and applications, such as virtualized industrial automation, mobile robots, autonomous vehicles, and new immersive user experiences. The talk will discuss requirements for accurate time and deterministic wireless connectivity to leverage virtualized computing for advanced learning capabilities in real-time with high reliability. The talk will also provide an overview of the advances in Wi-Fi, 5G and support for Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) capabilities that enable deterministic low latency. We will conclude with industry ecosystem activities, open challenges, and future research directions.

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Dave Cavalcanti

Dave Cavalcanti is Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation since 2015, where he leads research, standards, and industry ecosystem activities to enable time-critical systems and applications of wireless technologies. He also serves as the President of the Avnu Alliance, an industry group facilitating an ecosystem of interoperable deterministic networking across Ethernet, Wi-Fi and 5G technologies. Prior Intel, he was Principal Member of Research Staff at Philips Research. He received his PhD in computer science and engineering in 2006 from the University of Cincinnati. He has published more than 50 academic papers and holds 30 US patents. He is the recipient of best paper awards at IEEE WFCS’23, WFCS’22, WFCS’21, IEEE INDIN’21, and the best demo award at IEEE Infocom 2018.

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Seminars-1-2024 - This article is part of a series.
Part 5: This Article