RIMEDO Labs specializes in providing high quality consulting, implementation and R&D services in the field of modern wireless systems

We implement this through an individual and open approach to the client, constantly improving the team operationally and substantively, updating knowledge and a unique combination of science and business applications.

RIMEDO Labs is a spin-off from the Poznan University of Technology, Poland from the Institute of Radiocommunications.

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RIMEDO Labs' vision is to become a European leader in consulting and implementation services in the field of modern wireless solutions.

Our story

How about combining expert knowledge, professional experience, business approach and creative approach to innovation in the field of wireless systems in one place? RIMEDO Labs is a unique combination of the world of science and business; a team of experienced specialists and scientists, ready to share the knowledge accumulated for years. They are people who can translate concepts such as IoT, LTE, 5G, 6G, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing or Private Mobile Networks into practical and working solutions and open companies to completely new possibilities.

RIMEDO Labs is a spin-off from the Poznan University of Technology, one of the best technical universities in the Poland. The founders gained their experience during scientific and research work, combining them with cooperation with equipment manufacturers and operators in local and global projects. Today they are ready to technologically support organizations in an innovative, wireless transformation. Their mission is also to further develop in the field of radiocommunication and to attract the best young talents – students and graduates.

RIMEDO in Esperanto is a „resource” and „method”. In this cooperation you will gain both of these things.

Why us?

RIMEDO Labs is a unique combination of science and business in the field of wireless systems.


Experienced scientific and research staff. Worked for equipment manufacturers, operators, national and international projects.

Spin-off character

Close cooperation with the Poznan University of Technology. Access to specialized measuring and research tools.


Most of the staff have a minimum doctorate degree specializing in radiocommunication.

Combining university and business skills

A non-standard and modern approach to the topic.

Meet our management team

A unique blend of scientific and business experience.

Marcin Dryjanski

Marcin Dryjański, Ph.D.

Principal Consultant / CEO

Marcin Dryjanski received his Ph.D(with distinction) in the field of technical sciences, discipline: technical computer science and telecommunications at the Poznan University of Technology in September 2019. Over the past 12 years, Marcin served as an R&D engineer and consultant, technical trainer, technical leader and co-founder and a board member of Grandmetric. He was responsible for the architecture of software solutions and training in LTE / LTE-Advanced, SON, radio interface design, MIMO, OFDMA, radio protocols, etc., which were carried out for leading mobile operators, suppliers and research institutions around the world, including in Saudi Arabia, Chile, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain and Poland. 

In addition, Marcin was an active representative and speaker at numerous conferences, including Asilomar, Globecom, VTC, ICC, ISWCS, World 5G Summit, SON Conference, MWC, EUCNC, Crowncom, Wireless Innovation Forum and 5G-World. Marcin has been involved in 5G design since 2012, when he was the leader of the work package in the FP7 5GNOW and FP7 SOLDER projects. From 2018, he is a Senior IEEE Member. He is a co-author of many articles on 5G and LTE-Advanced Pro and a co-author of the book „From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G” (M. Rahnema, M. Dryjanski, Artech House 2017). From October 2014 to October 2017, he was an external consultant at Huawei Technologies Sweden AB, working on algorithms and architecture of the RAN network for LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G systems. 

Advisory Board

World-class wireless Advisors including industry, standardization and academic experts.


Prof. T. Russell Hsing

Advisory Council Member for Harvard Business Review, USA

Russell Lundberg

Consultant & Senior Manager, USA

Prof. Lajos Hanzo

Prof. at University of Southampton, UK

Youssouf Mouhamedou

Senior R&D Expert/Advisor at STC, Saudi Arabia

Prof. H. Vincent Poor

Professor at Princeton University, USA

Partners & Customers


One of the outcomes of our active participation in the research community are books published by well-known publishers, like Wiley, Artech House and Springer.

Adrian Kliks, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Faouzi Bader, Dionysia Triantafyllopoulou, Carlos E. Caicedo,  Aydin Sezgin, Nikos Dimitriou, Michal Sybis (Eds.)

Cognitive Radio-Oriented Wireless Networks

Springer 2019

ISBN 978-3-030-25748-4, 410 Pages

Moe Rahnema, Marcin Dryjanski

From LTE to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G

Artech House, London 2017

ISBN: 978-1-630-81453-3, 372 Pages

Hanna Bogucka, Adrian Kliks, Pawel Kryszkiewicz

Advanced Multicarrier Technologies for Future Radio Communication: 5G and Beyond

John Wiley & Sons, New York 2017

ISBN: 978-1-119-16889-8, 304 Pages

Oliver Holland, Hanna Bogucka, Arturas Medeisis (Eds.)

John Wiley & Sons, New York 2015

ISBN: 978-1-119-05730-7, 736 Pages

Our selected publications

„Increasing energy efficiency of Massive-MIMO network via base stations switching using reinforcement learning and radio environment maps”, Marcin Hoffmann, Paweł Kryszkiewicz, Adrian Kliks, Elsevier, Computer Communications, Jan. 2021, vol. 169

„Spectrum Sensing and Prediction for 5G Radio”, M. Wasilewska, H. Bogucka, A. Kliks, [In:] Z. Deze, et.al. (eds), Big Data Technologies and Applications. WiCON 2020, Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering

„Beyond 5G: Big Data Processing for Better Spectrum Utilization”, Adrian Kliks; Lukasz Kulacz; Pawel Kryszkiewicz; Hanna Bogucka; Marcin Dryjanski; Magnus Isaksson; George Koudouridis; Per Tengkvist, September 2020, IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine

„A Hierarchical and Modular Radio Resource Management Architecture for 5G and Beyond”, Marcin Dryjanski, Adrian Kliks, July 2020, IEEE Communications Magazine

„Flexible, Brain-Inspired Communication in Massive Wireless Networks”, Bartosz Bossy, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Hanna Bogucka, Sensors, 2020, vol. 20, no. 6

„Adoption of Smart Cities with a Practical Smart Building Implementation”, Marcin Dryjański, Mateusz Buczkowski, Youssouf Mouhamedou, Adrian Kliks, Mar 2020, IEEE Internet of Things Magazine (Vol. 3, Issue 1)

„Private 5G networks. Local cellular networks for enterprises”, Marcin Dryjański, Feb 2020, mensis.pl

„Energy Efficient Wireless Relay Networks with Computational Awareness”, Bartosz Bossy, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Hanna Bogucka, Feb 2020, IEEE Transactions on Communications (Vol. 68, No. 2)

„Coordinated Spectrum Allocation and Coexistence Management in CBRS-SAS Wireless Networks”Lukasz Kułacz, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Adrian Kliks, Hanna Bogucka, et al., IEEE Access, 2019, Vol. 7

“Machine Learning for LTE Energy Detection Performance Improvement”, Marta Wasilewska, Hanna Bogucka, Sensors, 2019, vol. 19, no. 19

„Context-Based Resource Management and Orchestration in 5G Wireless Access Networks”, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Adrian Kliks, Lukasz Kułacz, Hanna Bogucka, George Koudouridis, Marcin Dryjański, Nov 2018, Hindawi, Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Journal

„Spectrum Management Application for Virtualized Wireless Vehicular Networks”, Adrian Kliks, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Łukasz Kułacz, et. al, IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, Vol. 13 , No. 4, Dec. 2018

„Application of Radio Environment Maps for Dynamic Broadband Access in TV Bands in Urban Areas”, Adrian Kliks, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Anna Umbert, Jordi Pérez-Romero, Ferran Casadevall, Łukasz Kułacz, IEEE Access, December 2017, Vol. 5, No. 1

„3GPP Spectrum Access Evolution Towards 5G”, Michał Szydełko, Marcin Dryjański, Feb 2017, EAI Endorsed Transactions on Cognitive Communications (Vol. 3, Issue 10)

„Small-scale spectrum aggregation and sharing”Paweł Kryszkiewicz, Adrian Kliks, Hanna Bogucka, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Vol. 34, No. 10, Oct. 2016

„Energy-Efficient Cooperative Spectrum Sensing: A Survey”, Krzysztof Cichoń, Adrian Kliks, Hanna Bogucka, Sept. 2016, IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials

„A Unified Traffic Steering Framework For LTE Radio Access Network Coordination”, Marcin Dryjański, Michał Szydełko, Jul 2016, IEEE Communications Magazine (Vol. 54, Issue 7)

„On the use of radio environment maps for interference management in heterogeneous networks”, Jordi Perez-Romero; Andreas Zalonis; Lila Boukhatem; Adrian Kliks; Katerina Koutlia; Nikos Dimitriou; Reben Kurda, August 2015, IEEE Communications Magazine

„Toward secure energy harvesting cooperative networks”, Jiawen Kang; Rong Yu; Sabita Maharjan; Yan Zhang; Xumin Huang; Shengli Xie; Hanna Bogucka; Stein Gjessing, August 2015, IEEE Communications Magazine

„Spectrum and license flexibility for 5G networks”, Adrian Kliks; Oliver Holland; Arturo Basaure; Marja Matinmikko, July 2015, IEEE Communications Magazine

„Dynamic spectrum aggregation for future 5G communications”, Hanna Bogucka; Paweł Kryszkiewicz; Adrian Kliks, May 2015, IEEE Communications Magazine