Ericsson worldwide

Tag archives: mwc

Telehaptic Drone Control (Feel the Force)


As a part of our ongoing explorations of remote controlling things, we recently played around a bit with remote controlled drones and haptic augmented reality. It turned into a nice prototype as well as a showcase for something that future network technologies like 5G will enable. We demonstrated the whole thing at the Mobile World Congress 2016, even live [ Read more ]

See you at MWC’16

Several quadcopters on a table Ok, we know, it has been awfully quiet here for a while. We’re truly sorry about this. One reason for this absence of information is that we’ve been really busy with a research project that has developed into a rather big demonstrator that will be presented at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (February 22–25) in Barcelona. We can’t [ Read more ]

MWC recap – Presenting an UX view of the future of mobile networks and systems


At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February, we presented the research concept “Remote Control over Mobile Networks” that we’ve been working on lately. In the following video, Marcus Gårdman presents the concept:

In four days we gave around 250 presentations to customers, partners, analysts, and media from all over the world. We also presented the [ Read more ]

UX and future networks – Mobile World Congress 2014

Picture of cables

We will be presenting one of our concepts at this year’s Mobile World Congress (Feb 24–27). The concept as such is still a bit of a secret, but we can reveal that we will talk about using user experience as a way of innovating around future communication technologies as well [ Read more ]

Ericsson and LEGO at MWC 2012

fetch-the-paper robot

At this year’s Mobile World Congress, one of the major fairs for the telecom industry, we teamed up with LEGO Mindstorms to show connected Lego-robots hooked up to the Social Web of Things prototype.

The demo included four robots, each with a specific task. A laundry-robot that sorted socks by colour and placed them in different baskets while it chatted with the washing machine. A gardening-robot watered the [ Read more ]