The Aveiro Tech City Living Lab is an advanced, large-scale communications infrastructure, spread throughout the city of Aveiro at the service of researchers, digital industries, startups, scaleups, R&D centers, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders interested in developing, testing or demonstrating concepts, products or services.
The access infrastructure is supported on state-of-the-art
fibre technology, reconfigurable radio units, 5G-NR radio and 5G network services, WiFi, LoRaWAN, Vehicular, and passive Radars, edge computing units, aggregating and interconnecting a panoply of sensors, such as environmental sensors, Lidars, Radars and mobility sensors, and remote information gathering units that extend throughout the urban area of the city of Aveiro.
In this framework, IT would like to invite you to this online workshop which will officially present the Aveiro Tech City Living Lab. It will be held on 14 April 2021, at 6-7pm.
If you are unable to attend on this date, we inform that on 28 April, at 5 pm, the University of Aveiro will promote this workshop.
Pleas use the following link to confirm your presence, until 12 April 2021: More Information..
Together with Patentree and Politécnico de Leiria, IT is promoting a cycle of seminars focused on Intellectual and Industrial Property. These sessions are aimed at any IT Member with interest on this theme.
Trade secret, open source and patents | Computer-implemented inventions
From research to market | Mechanical and Robotic inventions
From research to market | Medical devices & Biotechnology inventions
Space Race – Protection of inventions made or for use in space
Software and Business models
The first session will be held online, on April 28th | 2.30pm, and will focus on ICT:
- Trade secret, open source and patents – tips and tricks
- Computer-implemented inventions (in AI): Portuguese, European and US Jurisprudence
SPEAKER: Luís Humberto Ferreira
(European Patent Attorney)
To register for this first session on April 28th, exclusive for IT members, please follow the link: