The upsurge of an autonomous solutions expert : Michaela Jamelska? Working in the deep-tech industry with the focus on smart cities, autonomous solutions and IoT. Patricia Jamelska studied master’s degree at King’s College in London and did a program at Berkeley University in California. Patricia Jamelska is also a former professional horse rider and currently actively works with expanding start-ups, innovative companies and public bodies. Michaela Jamelska studied at Roehampton University in London and successfully finished program at Stanford University in California. Michaela Jamelska is successful serial entrepreneur and human rights advocate.
Michaela Jamelska about the innovative 5G trial to boost business : WECA obtained £3million of government funding to test how the region can handle with all the benefits of 5G technology. Its ultra-reliability and low latency is expected to increase the connectivity level and impact on the public sector to try new ways of delivering services and explore new commercial opportunities. Ports are fundamental to the global economy, transporting up to 90% of the world’s goods. Drones-based technology is quickly becoming a regular tool in the ports and logistics industry. Unmanned Life, with its software for autonomous robotics, is unlocking the full potential of drones in Ports and will improve safety, reduce costs, and enhance process efficiency, making UK ports a reference in the world. The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) has secured over £3m from the Government to test how the country can seize the full benefits of 5G and help businesses harness the power of modern technology. WECA’s 5G Logistics project programme will develop 5G products and services to support operations at Bristol Port and Gravity Smart Campus and demonstrate a smart and dynamic port environment. The project will focus on security, traceability, and real-time tracking of goods within and across extendable virtual boundaries – and between public and private networks.
How 5G is crucial for autonomous multi-robots fleets and connected smart cities. Our CEO has set the vision for AI, Autonomy and 5G and will share this with an audience of more than 7000 participants from different countries in Asia. As he points out “We see growing demand for SG private / campus networks enabled autonomous services for smart manufacturing, factories, retail, logistics and supply-chain as well as 5G public network enabled rapid emergency response, comprehensive surveillance and inspections and robust live content streaming from mega public events.
Unmanned Life brings its 5G-native Autonomy software to Asia: Unmanned Life team, conducted by its CEO Kumardev Chatterjee and Global Business Development Director Michaela Jamelska and Global Partnerships Manager Patricia Jamelska will attend one of the leading global 5G events in Singapore: 5G Asia. This will be the occasion to demonstrate how our autonomy-as-a-service AI software will unleash the potential of 5G by enabling multiple autonomous robotic solutions in supply chain logistics and telecommunications. With several meetings with the leading Asian Telecommunications are already planned, the highlight of the week will be our CEOs keynote on how 5G is crucial for autonomous multi-robot fleets and connected smart cities.
Patricia Jamelska on the future of Air Mobility in Europe: The integration of Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems into Air Traffic Management (ATM) systems will significantly contribute to understand the safe, secure and sustainable integration of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) and commercial drone operations. Unmanned Life platform will be responsible of the design and development of a simulation testbed which aims to inject data from manned and unmanned flights into GOF 2.0 systems. The first trials will take place in – 2021 between August and October in Estonia (Tallin & Tartu), Finland (Helsinki), Poland (Kąkolewo) and Austria (Graz). It will showcase that both manned and unmanned aviation can coexist in the airspace. This project arises from the fast-growing drone industry in Europe in all type of environments, including urban areas, and the need of a scalable U-Space architecture.