The President and General Director of Unimarconi, Alessio Acomanni, and the CEO of AICAD Business School, Hermel Balcàzar

Collaboration between Unimarconi and AICAD Business School

Unimarconi improves its international dimension through a new partnership envisaging the introduction of 8 new Master programs in Spanish language for South American students.

The President and General Director of Unimarconi, Alessio Acomanni, and the CEO of AICAD Business School, Hermel Balcàzar, signed the collaboration agreement. The Research & Development and International Relations Area will be responsible for its implementation.

Collaboration between Unimarconi and AICAD Business School
U-SIA Workshop

Workshop and project meeting organized by Unimarconi.

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ project U-SIA, coordinated by the Mediterranean University of Albania and involving Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi together with other Albanian universities, the Research and Development department of USGM presented the recent progress related to the Innovation Hub. In particular, the Head of the Department, Arturo Lavalle, informed the partners about the state of the art in our university, the latest innovations and possible developments in the sector.

Alternative Bearers for Rail - COLA Meeting 7th May 2021

Alternative Bearers for Rail - COLA Meeting 7th June 2021

The third important meeting between the X2Rail project consortium and the AB4Rail project partners was held on June 7, 2021. AB4Rail partners presented the latest advances on the procedure to assess the Alternative Bearers (ABs) in the rail sector to support train operations.

AB technologies related to Adaptable Communication System (ACS) will be evaluated in each rail scenario (such as station, metro, regional and main line) and for each ACS traffic class (such as critical data, critical video, critical voice and non-critical data).

The AB eligibility will consider the evaluation of both (i) the aggregate radio capacity (peak and average) and (ii) the latency, for each ACS traffic class. Furthermore, other specific criteria will be considered such as the impact on the existing infrastructure, the technology maturity, and coexistence issues.

Lars Bruehl (SMO) highlighted the need of investigating economic impacts of ABs. Also, Kerstin Keil (DB) suggested to consider 5G as a technology to compare with selected ABs, when applicable.

The next meeting will be on July 5, 2021!

 
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Short Course in Shariah Compliant Finance (Islamic Finance)

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Shift2Rail

“Future Railway Communication Systems: the FRMCS and the ACS two contrasting approaches” presented in Future Network Security: Challenges & Opportunities Workshop!

The Scientific board of AB4Rail joined the International workshop “Future Network Security: Challenges & Opportunities Workshop”, held virtually on 22th – 24th March 2021. They introduced the importance of the telecommunication systems in terms of performance and connection stability for rail applications, the two most promising approaches Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS) together with the Adaptable Communication System (ACS) and their design philosophies. The objective of this workshop, successfully achieved was to bring together experts from the globe and create a joint platform for information exchanges, presentation of results, and fruitful discussions to identify gaps and future directions for the IEEE FNI Security Working Group.