Urban hacking event trials creative solutions from emerging 5G technologies
Software teams competed to design and implement 5G applications that deliver new media experiences in a hacking event from a consortium led by the University of Southampton.
The Urban Hacking in 5G event showcased the latest advances in 5G networking and technologies across four days at the University of Bristols Smart Internet Lab.
Participating teams, known as Hackers, were challenged to create inclusive, participative and entertainment experiences for the public.
The FLAME consortium is coordinated by Professor Michael Boniface, Head of the University of Southampton IT Innovation Centre, and is working with 12 partners across six countries to deliver a ground-breaking media delivery platform.