5G-Blueprint has announced its first Forum on Teleoperation. Organized in collaboration with the Teleoperation Consortium and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the event will stimulate an open and honest discussion on teleoperation in the context of transport and logistics, its potential and limitations, existing application scenarios, also looking at legal, regulatory, and standardization aspects.
|Date:||2 December 2021|
In this webinar, 5G-MOBIX, 5G-CroCo and 5G-CARMEN1 partners will bring forward their experience on challenges faced and lessons learned during deployment and integration of 5G for CAM use cases in cross-border scenarios, regarding namely 5G network connectivity, vehicles/OBUs, software tools.
This workshop will bring together researchers from the academy and industry to identify and discuss technical challenges and recent results related to these issues. Click on the link to view all the deadlines.
The objectives of the three projects were highlighted during the ICT2018 conference in Vienna
In the media
The International project 5G-MOBIX will initiate cross-border trials in the third quarter of 2021. In November 2015, a Citroën car became the first car to complete the highway trajectory between Vigo and Madrid without the intervention of the driver. Supported by a GPS navigator, integrated radars, scanners, digital cameras, and an electronically guided switchboard, the prototype adjusted its speed and overtaking during the 599 kilometer-long trajectory consisting of highways and roads. Apart from the car itself, the highways that it circulates on are just as important and the new trials of the European project 5G-MOBIX, created to deploy and evaluate 5G services that will support connected mobility and CCAM, consist exactly of these types of tests.
This brochure aims at providing a schematic and visual summary of the key use cases, key performance indicators, and tests and pilots being conducted in the context of research and innovation projects funded by the 5G-PPP which contribute to enabling efficient and reliable 5G-V2X communications for CAM.
From 8 to 11 June, European projects 5G-MOBIX, 5G-LOGINNOV (both coordinated by ERTICO) and 5G-META (coordinated by ERTICO Partner Vicomtech) participated in the EuCNC & 6G Summit presenting their activities that advance 5G in the automotive and logistics sectors.