5G-MOBIX had a successful participation at the EUCnC 2019 conference and 5G Global collocated event in Valencia, Spain from 18 to 21 June 2019.
On 18 June 5G-MOBIX gave two presentations during the Workshop “5G in the Era of connected Cars”, co-organised by 5G-MOBIX, 5GCARMENT and 5GCroCo.
The workshop discussed the successful path towards CCAM services with the use of 5G technologies. The workshop also discussed the challenges and the approaches to reduce the uncertainties of a 5G deployment, in multi-country, multi-operator, multi-vendor, and multi-car-manufacturer scenarios.
During the Workshop, Panagiotis Demestichas (WINGS-ICT) presented the Greece-Turkish corridor and gave a very interesting details on the challenges faced in 5G-MOBIX for improved mobility in the border between Greece and Turkey.
Francois Fischier, 5G-MOBIX project coordinator, presented the role of IoT for CAM and the role of 5G to enable and upscale IoT impact on CAM, with lessons learned from the AUTOPILOT project.
José Santa, University of Murcia presented the Spain-Portugal x-border corridor and described 5G-MOBIX from a technological point of view in which V2X communication plays an irreplaceable role. José Santa also gave interesting highlights about the Spain-Portugal border tested in the trials.
5G-MOBIX shared a booth with fellow 5G cross border corridor projects 5GCARMEN and 5GCroCO. 5G-MOBIX stand offered to participants a demo by Wings ICT Solutions about the Greece-Turkey x-border corridor, which was also visited by Pierce O’Donohue, Director DG-CNECT Directorate E - Future Network.
At the end of the event, the three projects were awarded the Best Booth Award. This is a great achievement for the three corridor projects which are at their early stages but have already organised joint events in the past (EUCAD 2019).
5G-MOBIX partner WINGS-ICT solutions organised a demo regarding assisted 'zero touch' truck border crossing in Greece Turkey at the 5G-MOBIX common booth with other 5G cross border projects. The booth and the demo were also visited by Pearse O'Donohue (Director for Future Networks DG CONNECT, European Commission).
For more information on the Assisted zero-touch truck-border-crossing & increased cooperative awareness demo click here.