The team addressed a variety of critical issues, including key rural wireless technologies, societal needs and innovation, Internet availability, and the need for Sapmi connectivity. The team also addressed important topics such as demonstrations and measurements, IoT device location, tracking and authentication, low-power local 6G access solutions, and cybersecurity in 6G networks. 

Arctic 6G is an Interreg Aurora project with the goal to help future 6G network improve societal resilience in the rural Aurora region. The project is led by Luleå University of Technology, Sweden and the project partners are Lapland University of Applied Sciences and University of Oulu.

Read more about the A6 project here.

The project is part of the activities of the UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Telecommunications and Networking.