Driving forward Connected & Automated Mobility

5G-MOBIX

“This project will examine the implications of 5G and its role in the future of autonomous driving”

5G-MOBIX will develop and test automated vehicle functionalities using 5G core technological innovations along multiple cross-border corridors and urban trial sites, under conditions of vehicular traffic, network coverage, service demand, as well as considering the inherently distinct legal, business and social local aspects.

Solving problems, seizing opportunities

The 5G-MOBIX project aims to achieve it’s goals through the following objectives.

Requirements

5G-MOBIX will firstly formulate comprehensive requirements for CCAM using 5G.

Formulate a comprehensive set of 5G technological requirements for advanced CCAM relevant for the automotive, telecom, IT and services industries, and for R&D and public authorities. 5G-MOBIX will conceptualize the 5G reference framework tackling the overall lifecycle, from design to deployment of CCAM and 5G network services.

x-Border trials

5G-MOBIX will then deploy CCAM use cases as well as 5G road infrastructure and vehicles on x-border corridors and at local trial sites.

Eight trials have been selected to cover most challenging scenarios and use cases (urban and highway including cross-border) to ensure the validation and testing in a diverse set of 5G corridors rolled out in Europe, as well as Asia (China and South Korea) to further enhance alignment of views on 5G.

Analysis

5G-MOBIX will use the data and experiences of x-border corridors and trial sites for cost benefit analysis and assessment of the commercial impact of technologies and deployment.

5G-MOBIX will develop and test automated vehicle functionalities using 5G core technological innovations along multiple cross-border corridors and urban trial sites, under conditions of vehicular traffic, network coverage, service demand, as well as considering the inherently distinct legal, business and social local aspects.

Assessment

5G-MOBIX will explore and assess new business opportunities for CCAM with 5G.

As a result of the evaluations and international consultations with the public and industry stakeholders, 5G-MOBIX will identify new business opportunities for the 5G enabled CCAM and propose recommendations and options for its deployment.

Expansion

5G-MOBIX will scale up and replicate in order to provide global 5G deployment scenarios and recommendations for EU-wide 5G corridor deployment and beyond.

5G-MOBIX will define critical scenarios needing advanced connectivity provided by 5G, and the required features to enable some advanced CCAM use cases built on the cross-border and urban trials and the evaluation results. Recommendations will be provided to policy makers for the adoption of developed 5G technologies in European transport infrastructures.

Allocation

5G-MOBIX will sustain standardisation and provide recommendations for spectrum allocation.

Through its findings on technical requirements and operational conditions 5G-MOBIX will actively contribute to standardisation and spectrum allocation activities and cooperate with standardization bodies.

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European Commission presents EU Toolbox related to cybersecurity of 5G networks

The Commission is today endorsing the joint toolbox of mitigating measures agreed by EU Member States to address security risks related to the rollout of 5G, the fifth-generation of mobile networks.

5G-MOBIX Remote Driving use cases demonstrated at Dutch trial site

"The role of 5G in Autonomous Driving and Intelligent Transport Systems in Helmond" workshop and demo took place in the 5G-MOBIX Dutch trial site in Helmond, the Netherlands at the KPN's automotive field lab.

5G-MOBIX and 5G-DRIVE at V2X workshop in Tampere

The 5G-DRIVE 3rd project workshop for V2X was organised jointly with 5G-MOBIX project on 17 December 2019 at the Tampere University, Tampere, Finland.

The European 5G Conference

The 2020 edition of The European 5G Conference will take place in Brussels, Belgium on 29 & 30 January. Now in its 4th year, the European 5G Conference has an established reputation as Brussels’ leading meeting place for discussion on 5G policy.

29 & 30 January 2020
Brussels, Belgium
Mobile World Congress 2020

The GSMA MWC series (formally known as Mobile World Congress) is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, and incorporates a thought-leadership conference featuring prominent executives representing global mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors, and content owners.

24 - 27 February 2020
Barcelona, Spain

Consortium

“sustainable and profitable 5G deployment in Europe and beyond”

The consortium's vision is to pave the way towards a sustainable and profitable 5G deployment in Europe and beyond, to significantly advance beyond the state of art, connected and automated driving functions and thus to accelerate the take-up of automated vehicles.

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Partners

5G-MOBIX consortium gathers partners from the telecom, automotive and IT & services industries

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Countries

Beneficiaries and associated partners from EU and beyond (Turkey, China and Korea)

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Trial sites

Eight different trials sites will enable a complete evaluation of 5G CCAM

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Years

36 months to examine the implications of 5G and its role in the future of autonomous driving

5G-MOBIX is part of the European Commission’s 5G Public Private Partnership, which is a joint initiative between the European Commission and European ICT industry (ICT manufacturers, telecommunications operators, service providers, SMEs and researcher Institutions).