3 articles published in JoVE
Integration of 5G Experimentation Infrastructures into a Multi-Site NFV Ecosystem Borja Nogales*1, Luis F. Gonzalez*1, Ivan Vidal*1, Francisco Valera*1, Jaime Garcia-Reinoso*1, Diego R. Lopez*2, Juan Rodríguez*2, Neftali Gonzalez*3, Ignacio Berberana*3, Arturo Azcorra*1,3 1Department of Telematic Engineering, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2Telefónica I+D, 3IMDEA Networks Institute The objective of the described protocol is to support the flexible incorporation of 5G experimentation infrastructures into a multi-site NFV ecosystem, through a VPN-based overlay network architecture. Moreover, the protocol defines how to validate the effectiveness of the integration, including a multi-site vertical service deployment with NFV-capable small aerial vehicles.
Combining Augmented Reality and 3D Printing to Display Patient Models on a Smartphone Rafael Moreta-Martinez1,2, David García-Mato1,2, Mónica García-Sevilla1,2, Rubén Pérez-Mañanes2,3,4, José A. Calvo-Haro2,3,4, Javier Pascau1,2 1Department of Bioengineering and Aerospace Engineering, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Gregorio Marañón, 3Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology, Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón, 4Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Presented here is a method to design an augmented reality smartphone application for the visualization of anatomical three-dimensional models of patients using a 3D-printed reference marker.
Automated Deployment of an Internet Protocol Telephony Service on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Using Network Functions Virtualization Borja Nogales*1, Ivan Vidal*1, Victor Sanchez-Aguero*1,2, Francisco Valera*1, Luis F. Gonzalez*1, Arturo Azcorra*1,2 1Department of Telematic Engineering, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2IMDEA Networks Institute The objective of the described protocol is twofold: to configure a network functions virtualization environment using unmanned aerial vehicles as computational entities providing the underlying structure to execute virtualized network functions and to use this environment to support the automated deployment of a functional internet protocol telephony service over the aerial vehicles.