The existing ground-based transportation systems suffer from various challenges, including the high cost of infrastructure development, limited land space, and a growing urban population.
KAUST MS/PhD student Aniq Ur Rahman of the Communication Theory Lab, KAUST, received 5000 EUR funding from AlumNode for the project: “Connecting the Unconnected: A Tool for Digital Inclusion”. His team consists of himself, Dr. Anish Jindal from the University of Essex, UK, and Dr. Khac-Hoang Ngo from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.
Article features interview of Mohamed-Slim Alouini, Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at KAUST.
The Marconi Society today announced the committee for its upcoming symposium and gala, which celebrates 2020 Marconi Fellow Andrea Goldsmith and sets the agenda for the upcoming ten years of digital inclusion advocacy.
In a recent collaborative study between Prof. Yaacoub and Prof. Alouini, the internet of things (IoT) connectivity in rural areas was investigated. Both fronthaul and backhaul issues were considered.
Driven by the dramatic progress in the low earth orbit (LEO) satellite technology in the past few years, the vision of achieving global connectivity everywhere using LEO satellites has never been closer to reality.