The 23rd and 24th of May, the PREDICT-6G Consortium met in Madrid to host its second plenary meeting . Two fruitful days used by the members of the  team to review what we have accomplished over the past five months and to set the roadmap for the coming months.

The meeting, hosted at the premises of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (the coordinator of the Project), took place over two days, during which the Work Package and Tasks leaders presented the progress made to date, as well as the future impulses needed to achieve each of the objectives set. There was also time to plan for PREDICT-6G’s upcoming participation in international conferences, such as the European Conference on Networks and Communications 2023 (EuCNC) where the project will organize the joint workshop titled “Future deterministic programmable networks for 6G”.

“During the Madrid May meeting we have pushed substantially the work on PREDICT-6G, clarifying the key technical aspects on the control and data plane to realise multi-domain, multi-technology determinism”, said Antonio de la Oliva, the coordinator of PREDICT-6G.

Finally, the consortium visited the 5Tonic Open Lab, where two of the project’s use cases will be tested: the Multi-domain deterministic communication use case and the Smart Manufacturing use case.

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