Mobilicom & WIN Consortium Demo AI/ML for Wireless Systems

Mobilicom & WIN Consortium Successfully Demonstrate use of 5G AI Synchronized Mesh Network for Autonomous Vehicles

  • The WIN Consortium partners include leading companies and academic institutions such as Elbit Systems, CEVA, Ceragon Networks and Ben Gurion University
  • Mobilicom worked closely with the consortium partners to develop and test AI and machine learning (ML) in a 5G field test of device-to-device systems for applications including drones and drone security
  • Other applications include autonomous vehicles and drones for industrial and defense needs

Mobilicom Limited a provider of cybersecurity and robust solutions for drones and robotics, in conjunction with the Wireless Intelligent Networks (WIN) Consortium, announced the successful demonstration of artificial intelligence (AI) for wireless systems for 5G device-to-device communication.

WIN is a non-profit organization funded by the Israeli Innovation Authority for the purpose of developing technologies for 5G intelligent wireless networks. Mobilicom was previously selected to join the WIN in June 2020.

The successful demonstration covered non-GPS (GNSS denied environment) distributed AI synchronized mesh networks (wireless nodes that connect dynamically and directly with each other) including two mesh systems working simultaneously. One of the demonstrations included a drone and a second controlled a ground vehicle, with both networks relaying video back through the 5G network to mobile phones.

The research and demonstrations advanced the Consortium’s knowledge including the integration of mesh networks for secure drone operations. A number of other organizations were involved including the international Tier 1 defense electronics provider Elbit Systems , networking equipment provider Ceragon Networks, semiconductor IP company CEVA and next-generation mobile tech provider RunEl, and high-profile academic institutions Ben Gurion University and Lev Institute.

“As a technology leader in mesh network security and drones, Mobilicom is at the forefront of knowledge in this space and we were very pleased to work with industry and academic leaders to advance these fifth-generation solutions that will enable unprecedented performance for autonomous vehicles and systems,” stated Yossi Segal, VP of R&D and Co-Founder of Mobilicom. “We expect the outcome of this research and know-how will lead to an expansion of our IP portfolio and be incorporated into our future products for commercial and industrial drones, robotics and autonomous platforms.”

Source: Mobilicom media announcement


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