Traditional cellular deployments, optimized for 2D ground service, necessitate re-engineering of the existing infrastructure to provide reliable aerial connectivity. Optimizing cellular antenna settings is complex due to the interdependence of these parameters, with ground-aerial coverage and capacity representing conflicting objectives. In this talk, we discuss model-based and data-driven strategies for designing cellular networks that serve both ground users and aerial corridors.
August 29 @ 11:50
11:50 — 12:20 (30′)

Prof. Giovanni Geraci (Telefonica and UPF – ES)