Time-sensitive Computing and Communications for Future Industrial Systems

Special Session Organized by

Dave Cavalcanti, Intel Corporation, USA and  Iñaki Val, IKERLAN, Spain and  Raheeb Muzaffar, Silicon Austria Labs, Austria

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Recent advances in computing, artificial intelligence, and wireless communications are enabling a digital transformation in industrial systems. More and more applications will require synchronous and real-time computing and communications. Future autonomous mobile robots, smart manufacturing, autonomous vehicles, AR/VR experiences are expected to leverage virtualized computing across wireless and wired networks with deterministic low latency and high reliability. This special session aims to enable a discussion on research challenges, new paradigms and novel solutions involving edge computing, AI, communication technologies to enable future time-critical applications and experiences in industrial environments.

Topics under this session include (but not limited to)

  • Time-critical industrial applications, robotics, and autonomous systems
  • Time-sensitive networking (TSN) and Deterministic Networking
  • Wireless TSN
  • Low latency and high reliability with Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi 6/6E, Wi-Fi 7
  • 5G and 6G Ultra-reliable Low Latency Communications
  • Compute-Communication Co-design
  • Orchestration and resource allocation for Edge computing and networks
  • AI techniques for optimization of time-critical computing and communication resources
  • Performance evaluation, measurement methodologies, and testbeds for time-sensitive systems