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Johan Lundsjö

Johan is a Principal Researcher in the area of network architectures and protocols at Ericsson Research. He joined Ericsson in 1996 and has been involved in research, standardization and early product concepts work for 3G, 4G and now 5G networks. Starting with a focus on radio interface and radio access networks, in recent years his scope has expanded to include cloud and more holistic system architecture aspects. Johan holds an MSc in Electrical Engineering from KTH – Royal Institute of Technology.

Johan Lundsjö

5G and eye-tracking enabling mobile VR

How do we cope with the anticipated huge demands on bandwidth and device computational power coming from high-quality virtual reality as video resolutions grow higher and higher? Researchers from Ericsson Research, the Royal Institute of Technology KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, and Tobii have demonstrated how bandwidth and device computational requirements can be dramatically reduced by using smart eye-tracking combined with low-latency 5G networks and distributed cloud. This allows network service providers to provide excellent experiences at a fraction of the network burden.

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