The Ericsson-Carleton Mobile Wireless Lab in Carleton University’s ARISE building will enhance the educational experience for students by focusing on student-centred project research and innovation programs. This active R&D 5G Lab is unique as there will be an Ericsson Indoor 5G RDS network inside the building to develop, test and optimize state-of the-art 3-D localization solutions, techniques and algorithms, a first in Canada. No other lab in Canada currently exists where graduate students and researchers have access to a private standalone 5G network.
Additionally, Carleton University and Ericsson have developed a joint training program for researchers and information technology personnel on campus, enabling the effective management of the 5G lab, a first on campus.
The laboratory will enhance the educational experience for students at Carleton by means of focusing student-centered project research and innovation programs.
Launched in September of 2022, the lab supports both the work of the Ericsson Chair and designated research projects.
The Advanced Research and Innovation in Smart Environments (ARISE) building is a 71,000-square-foot space for partnership and entrepreneurship opportunities at Carleton University.
The facility is home to applied research in clean technology, health technology and information and communication technology. ARISE brings together professors and students from our five faculties—Science, Engineering and Design, Sprott School of Business, Public Affairs and Arts and Social Sciences — to collaborate on research and training in areas such as 5G wireless, smart cities and data analytics.
ARISE is a living laboratory that allows students to obtain marketable skills and become entrepreneurs through early-stage commercialization development and facilitating interactions with partners of all sizes.
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