Tutorial: Internet of space things: Global connectivity for 6G

  • Aryan Kaushik (Speaker)
  • Shakir, M. Z. (Speaker)
  • Wonjae Shin (Speaker)
  • Rong Ke Liu (Speaker)

Activity: OtherTypes of Business and Community - CPD delivery/organisation of courses for externals (in kind)


The sixth generation (6G)-envisioned internet-of-space-things (IoST) will provide a key paradigm for communications and networking. The evolving circuit techniques, modern signal processing methods, edge and cloud computing, satellite doppler-effect exploitation, use of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS), wireless backhaul, automated unmanned aerial vehicle (UAVs) and other flying platforms, interference management and coverage hole detection, have drastically changed current realization of the space, sky and terrestrial communication systems and networks. For instance, some of the most recent studies reveal that the wireless framework can be reliably established over the Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. Another research direction which has attracted wide attention is UAVs-assisted wireless communications, especially in the emergent and on-demand situations, and RIS-assisted global coverage for LEO satellites. This tutorial presents comprehensive overview of emerging IoST wireless networking including fundamentals, requirements and emerging problem design concepts. This tutorial will introduce the evolved concept of the IoST implementing edge and cloud computing, RIS-aided systems, UAVs, LEO satellites, multiple access schemes and their use cases for 6G networks such as provision of fronthaul/backhaul and access networks leading towards the development of exciting new vertical frameworks.
Period26 Mar 2023
Event titleIEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference
Event typeConference
LocationGlasgow, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational