Dr. Georgios Boultadakis holds a PhD in Radar Imaging and Signal Processing from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), and a Dipl-Ing degree from the Hellenic Air Force Academy – Engineering Department. He conducted his doctoral research in the Division of Information Transmission Systems and Material Technology of NTUA. His research concentrated on transmission technologies across the frequency spectrum including radio and microwave technologies and their applications, including theoretical and modeling work on applied electromagnetics, and was implemented within the NATO Research and Technology Organization/ Sensors and Electronics Technology panel works. Since 2001, he has acted as Research Associate of “Radar Systems & Remote Sensing Laboratory”, focusing on valuable research in the areas of radar systems, remote sensing and generally in the area of radio and satellite communications, in the fields of ISAR/InSAR studies, 2D and 3D radio-coverage modeling in cellular wireless systems studies, high-frequency electromagnetic techniques studies, etc. For 15 years he worked as engineering manager for the Hellenic Air Force, in areas of ordinary/intermediate/depot level maintenance of avionics systems, as well as quality control/assurance engineer. He joined European Dynamics in 2014 as a Senior R&D consultant, where he has participated in/ coordinated projects (INTERRFACE, ONENET, BENEFFICE, CHARGED, IBORDERCTRL, FLEXITRANSTORE, SPACE-O, etc.) for European Commission HORIZON 2020 funded Research programme. His research interests include novel/ future ICT technologies, signal processing and pattern recognition techniques and electromagnetism. He has published a number of scientific papers/book chapters, has presented work in international scientific conferences and workshops and acted as workshop co-Chair for the Global IoT Summit, endorsed by IEEE. He is reviewer for various scientific journals.