5G for cooperative & connected automated MOBIlity on X-border corridors
(11/2018 – 10/2021)
Aim: To pave the way towards new automated mobility concepts and business models using 5G augmented intelligent road infrastructures in Europe and beyond.
COSMOTE participates in the European research project 5G-MOBIX which aims at executing and evaluating advanced CCAM (cooperative, connected and automated mobility) trials along x-border and urban corridors in different EU countries as well as China and Korea, using 5G core technological innovations, under all conditions (of vehicular traffic, network coverage, service demand), considering the inherently distinct legal, business and social local aspects. 5G-MOBIX will demonstrate several automated mobility use cases that are potential candidates to benefit and even more be enabled by the advanced features and performance of the 5G technologies, such as: cooperative overtake, highway lane merging, truck platooning, valet parking, urban environment driving, road user detection, vehicle remote control, see through, HD map update, media & entertainment. 5G-MOBIX will also identify standardisation and spectrum gaps, and propose views for new business opportunity for the 5G enabled CCAM along with deployment recommendations and options taking into account international consultations with the public and industry stakeholders.
COSMOTE will contribute to the identification of the CCAM use cases and the derived user/system requirements as well as to and specifications for the 5G infrastructure to be used in the GR-TR corridor, the deployment of the GR-TR corridor, the testing, demonstration and evaluation activities. COSMOTE will also investigate business models towards the potential commercialization of 5G ICT architectures for autonomous and connected vehicles, and participate in the dissemination and exploitation activities of the project.
The project is co-funded by the EU through the Horizon 2020 Programme within the scope of the 5G-PPP Phase 3 framework and will be running for 3 years; it is realized with the participation of 58 partners from 14 countries (Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain, Portugal, UK, France, Greece, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Turkey, Korea, China) and is coordinated by ERTICO (Belgium).
(*) Cooperative & Connected Automated Mobility