Goodmill Continues to Support Aalto University 5G Summer School

30.06.2021

Goodmill Systems participated for the second time in the Aalto University’s summer school, where students were tasked with different industry challenges around future 5G technology opportunities. This time our challenge was about the future integration of satellite communications and 5G focusing on Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations and non-terrestrial direct to device 5G.

Over the two-week course period, the groups working on our challenge quickly identified the key players in the LEO satellite communications domain and the up and coming direct to device 5G market. Additionally, they dug deeper into the topic and were not just able to categorize different use cases but even identified new potential user groups for Goodmill's solutions.

“The experience from 2020 was highly positive for us with collaboration started back then continuing to this date with the individual participants. Thus, we were immediately excited to join in this year as well. Hack The Mall starts to be key part of our collaboration with Aalto University.”, comments Topias Uotila, CEO of Goodmill Systems.

Other current public collaboration with Aalto University includes the joint work on 5G Mobix and 5G Cyber Security Hack. Goodmill Systems extends a warm thank you to all the organizers and students of the course!

Aalto University was established in 2010 as three leading Finnish universities, the Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki University of Technology and the University of Art and Design Helsinki, were merged. The university is composed of six schools with close to 17,500 students and 4,000 staff members, making it Finland's second largest university. The Summer School “5G Hack the Mall” was an open for all facilitated online course where students learn the basics of 5G and its use cases and develop ideas for 5G services together with leading companies.




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