Robin Klose pursues research in the field of ultra reliable low latency wireless communications without involvement of cellular infrastructure. In emerging cyber-physical systems, like autonomous driving, it becomes more and more important to enable autonomous machines to coordinate and to react fast, anywhere and anytime. Robin Klose works on novel solutions to deliver messages quickly and reliably among large groups of devices via network flooding with concurrent transmissions. These solutions allow to disseminate time-sensitive data over hundreds of hops, i.e., with a coverage of several square kilometers, within the fraction of a millisecond by means of physical layer technologies based on IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi).