SUPERIOT-Truly Sustainable Printed Electronics-based IoT Combining Optical and Radio Wireless Technologies
SUPERIOT is building links with related projects and activities, especially fellow SNS JU Horizon Europe projects.
6G-SHINE will pioneer the main technology components to enable in-X wireless subnetworks, short range, low-power radio cells to be installed in a wide set of vertical and consumer entities, such as robots, vehicles, production modules, and classrooms, thereby supporting extreme communication requirements in terms of latency, reliability, or data rates.
6GTandem will strengthen Europe’s position at the forefront of wireless network and semiconductor technologies especially regarding new services and energy efficiency. The project will co-design novel dual-frequency operation and a new highly integrated and distributed radio transceiver architecture (radiostripe) to achieve superior value with respect to energy, service availability and cost of deployment.
BeGREEN will take a holistic view to propose evolving radio networks that not only accommodate increasing traffic and services but also consider power consumption as a factor. BeGREEN will perform research and implementation at the hardware level, link level, and system level toward improved energy efficiency at radio access design.
Hexa-X-II is the Smart Network and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU) 6G Flagship project which leads the way to the end-to-end (E2E) system design (based on integrated and interacting technology enablers) and the enabling platform delivering novel services for the next generation (6G) of wireless networks.
MADRAS (“Advanced materials and processing in organic electronics”) is a Horizon 2020 project conceived to enable the future market deployment of flexible and wearable OLAE-based products, guaranteeing the use of industrially and environmentally sustainable materials and processes that are attractive to the market for their advanced functionalities, robustness, durability and safety.
RISE-6G capitalises on the latest advances on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RIS) technology for radio wave propagation control, in order to substantially improve them and, to conceive and implement intelligent, sustainable and dynamically programmable wireless environments that go well beyond the 5G capabilities developed under 3G PPP release 16.