Webinar 5G-MOBIX Chinese Trial Site's results and lessons learnt on 5G for CAM
The 5G-MOBIX EC project trials have been assessing the added value of 5G connectivity for connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) services and functionalities in cross-border conditions. 5G-MOBIX trial sites include two Cross-Border Corridors (Greece-Turkey and Spain-Portugal) and six local Trial Sites in France, Germany, Netherlands, Finland, China and South Korea (bringing complementary insights to the cross-border issues trialled at the Corridors).
The Chinese Trial Site held a webinar on 8 July 2022 to present the outcome of their trials and results obtained. The webinar presented the China Trial Site contributions and trial results testing 5G service continuity solutions for the different user stories concerning remote driving with data ownership focus, cloud-assisted advanced driving and cloud-assisted platooning. The trials were conducted using one dedicated 5G MEC cloud server and two PLMNs for adequate vehicle-to-network connectivity and exploiting 5G features to provide lower end-to-end latency and greater bandwidth for use cases.
The webinar also included presentation of the recorded video footage of the tested solutions and a Q&A session to exhaust all questions on our experts’ work and lessons learnt.
Dr. Yanjun Shi is an Associate Professor at Dalian University of Technology (DUT), China, and a researcher at the National Collaborative Innovation Centers for Project 2011 (DUT). He received his Ph.D. degree (2005) in Computer Engineering from DUT and has worked on collaborative intelligent systems and connected vehicles for 15+ years. He has published 30+ papers in scientific journals and international conferences/workshops. He served as Associate Editors or Guest Editors for several journals. He has served as Program Chairs for 5+ international conferences/workshops. Also, he is working on the 5G-MOBIX project and other 5G V2X projects in China.
Yanqiang Li is the deputy director, researcher and master tutor of Automation Institute of Shandong Academy of Sciences, deputy director of Shandong Key Laboratory of automotive electronics technology, member of Shandong artificial intelligence technology standard committee. In recent years, he has presided over more than 20 national cooperation projects, major scientific and technological innovation projects in Shandong Province, special projects for Shandong Israel international scientific and technological cooperation, published more than 20 high-level papers, authorized 34 patents, and won two third prizes for scientific and technological progress in Shandong Province.
Dr. Jing Ma is currently a postdoctoral research fellow with the Institute of Automation, Shandong Academy of Sciences, Shandong, China. She received her Ph.D. from Auckland University at Technology New Zealand in 2019. Her expertise includes multi-agent systems, distributed control, and automated vehicle testing.
Jiajian Li is a candidate for Ph.D. at Dalian University of Technology (DUT) and working in the automated driving and cloud-edge coordination research. He received his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from DUT in 2020. His research interests include 5G applications, Internet of Vehicles, and intelligent traffic. Since 2020, he has been working on the 5G-MOBIX, leading the use stories definition task at China Trial site and working on the remote driving use case, specifically focusing on vehicle development and execution of trials regarding 5G network.