Project work

Graduated 2020

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Personalized support, anytime and anywhere, for a better quality of life.

NeuraLibre is a project dedicated to people affected by Parkinson’s disease who have undergone deep brain stimulation surgery. The project aims to assist the patient remotely through tele-assistance and telemedicine services, thanks to 5G connectivity. Additionally, the project aims to integrate the features of the implanted device in order to collect the patient’s clinical data in real-time and create a personalized platform for remote support of DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation) therapy. The collection of real-time clinical data would provide essential information to better understand the evolution of the treatment, offering the patient precise monitoring of the therapy, personalized analysis of their clinical parameters, and continuous and personalized remote control of the DBS device.


5G and AI to Unite Culture and Technology

The team of 5G Academy at the University of Federico II in Naples, in collaboration with Capgemini, has presented an ambitious project that revolutionizes the visitor experience in museums and archaeology. By using augmented reality and 5G technology, the team has created an ecosystem capable of offering visitors an engaging and exciting experience. The goal of the project is to allow visitors to interact with the displayed objects in an innovative way, using cutting-edge technologies such as smart glasses. However, 5G technology does not only improve the visitor experience but also enables the intelligent management of environments, ensures safety, monitors works of art, and collects data. The main objective of the project is to create a sustainable economic model, promoto cultural heritage, and promote technological innovation.


5G Networks and IoT for Eco-Sustainable and Safe Management of Industrial Waste

The Tethys project work aims to improve waste management for the major industrial players through the creation of a digital platform, which takes full advantage of the features of 5G connectivity. The goal is to focus on sustainability and the circular economy, also using digital twins, blockchains and self-driving vehicles, to achieve significant economic, environmental and social results. In waste management, Tethys' activity begins with the production chain, where the waste is sorted and stored in a special area. Monitoring takes place through a system of intelligent chambers and sensors to identify the saturation level, in order to guarantee the quality and validity of waste management. In this context, blockchain technology and 5G connectivity allow for real-time remote control for stakeholders, ensuring safety and arrival at destination.

The Smart Port

URLLC and 5G for the Digitization of Operational and Logistical Processes in the Port Industry

The Smart port project aims to develop a 5G-enabled port logistics system to introduce multiple innovative features within the port, including monitoring of maritime containers through Massive IoT, remote management of docks cranes, warehouse logistics, and digitization of customs procedures. The project team involved industry experts from TIM, Ericsson and Netgroup who in collaboration with students, handled software design, hardware development, and financial impact assessment. The overall goal of the project is to increase port efficiency and reduce costs associated with port operations through advanced technologies based on 5G connectivity implementation.