MoTiV presented as a key applied R&D project in Mobile World Congress 2019

MWC Barcelona is the largest mobile event in the world, bringing together the latest innovations and leading-edge technology from more than 2,400 leading companies, with a highly comprehensive conference programme gathering the today’s top visionaries to explore the future of techmology.

At MWC2019, Eurecat ( MoTiV project partner)  showcased the new opportunities that mobile technologies offer to companies and the industrial sector and its capabilities in the field of mobility, ranging from Big Data, the Internet of Things or Cybersecurity to sensors, wearables, printed electronics, among other leading technologies. Additionally, the center revealed new methods to implement virtual reality technologies, augmented reality, smart management systems robotics and cybersecurity within enterprises as they transform to Industry 4.0.

MoTiV project was included in Eurecat’s catalogue distributed at MWC2019 as an example of key applied R&D projects in Data Science and Big Data Analytics. The brochure was distributed to all attendees approaching Eurecat’s booth at the fair (Congress Square Stand CS20-10).

This year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona focused on 5G. The event’s leading topic was Intelligent Connectivity with the fastcoming potential of nimble, ultra-fast 5G networks, artificial intelligence (AI) the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data. It’s clear these technologies will transform the society we live in and definitely affect the way we commute, travel etc. 5G will certainly have a clear impact on infrastructure, connected mobility and smart cities with a clear impact for transport operators.

Commuters connectivity will certainly be a must for the transport industry in the years to come and consumers will certainly benefit from a quicker 5G connectivity while travelling, which will enable them to take quick and updated decisions when they decide the best and fastest way to commute or travel with updated and trustworthy information in a timely manner. It’s therefore very important for the years to come to have a clear idea of consumers travel habits and needs to be able to adapt future applications functionalities and city planning to citizens needs.


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MoTiV Project

Project Coordinator: University of Žilina, Slovakia 
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