The <5g_Dream_Lab> at GSOM continues to work on projects using the fifth generation network in an online format. Students and alumni continue to develop products to present them to the expert commission on June 30, 2020.
The phase of work on projects began on February 15, and from this week it will continue in a remote format. To coordinate the work and monitor the effectiveness of project teams, curators use the Zoom platform. The platform allows participants to discuss projects online.
“Like many Russian IT companies, the <5g_Dream_Lab> — a joint project of GSOM and MegaFon — began to work in remote format. We prepared in advance, so this process did not face any significant difficulties. The project is on schedule, and on June 30, regardless of the epidemiological situation in the country, we will present the results of the laboratory work for the year,” — Rostislav K. Speransky, Head of the Lab, told.
The only digital laboratory in Russia <5G_Dream_Lab> was launched in September 2019 on the Mikhailovskaya Dacha campus. With the support of MegaFon, the laboratory is equipped with a 5G test zone. Students of technical specialties and managers in cross-functional teams study fifth-generation networks and develop new digital solutions, as well as methods for managing their integration.