Excellent results shown by CELTIC-NEXT project A5GARD in its review meeting in Poland
The CELTIC-NEXT A5GARD project hosted a plenary meeting the 26th of October at the Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie in Poland.
The project was reviewed by the CELTIC office representatives led by Christiane Reinsch. The project partners provided impact testimonials and demonstrated the main results achieved during the project. It was great to present the university’s contributions in the context of reliability/maintenance of fibre-optic access networks such as monitoring and sensing in passive optical networks.
Among them, Paulina Saluk from Icotera Poland and Krzysztof Okarma the Dean of the EE Faculty, supported the event and also Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju (NCBR) from the Polish funding agency who funded the project with Wojciech Jędrzejewski from Regionalne Centrum Innowacji i Transferu Technologii provided local support.
Learn more about the A5GARD project on their webiste: https://a5gard.eu/