IoT solutions network IKT-HM

Keynote

  • 18:15 - 18:30 • 3rd October 2019

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Workshop

  • 19:00 - 20:00 • 3rd October 2019

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dr. Andrej Kos

​Head of Laboratory for Telecommunications, The Laboratory for Telecommunications (LTFE)

prof. dr. Andrej Kos is a professor at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana and Head of Laboratory for Telecommunications.

He is also a leader of a section Internet of Things inside ICT innovation network and a coordinator of SRIP Smart buildings and homes, including wood chain.

ICT Innovation network follows the vision of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia of making Slovenia a green reference country in digital Europe. The said referentiality is realized through an exemplary model of collaboration between the business sector, science and the government in the introduction of modern digital solutions into people’s lives. The objective of ICT Innovation network according to the S4 strategy is providing support to the developmental activities of all strategic partnerships in Slovenia in the ICT field, above all in the preparation of foundations for the use and integration of ICT as enabling technologies and its development. ICT Innovation network is going to actively support its members in internationalisation and cross-border cooperation.

The main goal of the cluster is to promote the business in the fields of energy conversion and energy efficient solutions among members and to provide support for national and international collaboration opportunities and internationalization of cluster members.

The Laboratory for Telecommunications (LTFE) was founded as part of the ICT Department at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana and is focused on the telecommunication networks and services, internet technologies, IoT, converged fixed and mobile networks, LTE and 5G networks, blockchain technologies, network performance and conformance testing, and open innovation approaches. LTFE extensively involved in scientific research and pedagogical activities. The cooperation with the partners from the industry and the related knowledge transfer are especially important, resulting in more than extensive 10 industry projects per year. Some examples of these are projects form the Horizon 2020, Interreg Europe and Erasmus Schemes, leading role in the SRIP IoT Smart Cities Communities initiative, the Ekosmart project and the open innovation and FabLab initiatives. There is a close cooperation with the major industry partners, such as Telekom, Iskra, Iskra Emeco, and others.