The 5G CARMEN project has come to an end
The 5G-CARMEN project announces the successful completion of its activities that were recently presented to the European Commission.
The project validated a set of innovative Cooperative, Connected, and Automated Mobility (CCAM) use cases with the use of 5G technologies along the Bologna-Munich corridor that crosses the borders of Brennero between Italy and Austria and Kufstein, between Austria and Germany.
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5G-CARMEN conference and final presentation of results
A conference was held at the Plessi Museum facilities at the Brenner Pass border, with institutional interventions illustrating the 5G-CARMEN project, its technological context, the results obtained.
The attendants were then given the possibility to participate in the demos on the road, thanks to vehicles equipped with the technologies resulting from the 5G-CARMEN project. While crossing the border from Austria to Italy, these vehicles performed the semi-autonomous maneuvers enabled by 5G.
A centralized connected and automated lane change was also tested at the Kufstein border between Germany and Austria and presented to the consortium members.
“A digital corridor for the mobility of the future”: agenda and speakers
IOT Week, Dublin
5G-CARMEN is present at the IOT Conference in Dublin.
Maurizio Cecchi, from PIIU, presented the 5G-CARMEN project in the first session on the 21st June dedicated to “Cross-Border Corridors: 5G for Connected and Automated Mobility” with a focus on sharing experience and presenting results for exploitation and deployment.
Find more on the event here
5G-CARMEN final event
Tomorrow 5G-CARMEN will present the results Road tests thanks to vehicles equipped with technologies resulting from the project. Crossing the border, these vehicles will perform semi-autonomous maneuvers enabled by #5G
Follow the event live!
Streaming on youtube: https://youtu.be/9VCB5VSFR7Q
5G-CARMEN participated in this year’s EuCNC & 6G Summit that was held on 8-10 June 2022 in Grenoble with a booth where our latest project achievements were presented.
The project was also involved in the EUCNC Special Session “5G for CAM towards Deployment” that was held on Thurdsay 9th at the Conference together with the other two corridor projects. Edwin Fischer, moderated a panel on Deployment challenges & bottlenecks and Roberto Fantini, from TIM and Andreas Georgakopoulos, from WINGS presented and debated on experiences and lessons learnt.
ITS EUROPEAN CONGRESS 2022
Next Generation Mobility 2022 – Turin and live streaming
On 3, 4 and 5 May, the yearly Next Generation Mobility conference, bringing together the stakeholders developing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.
Three days of events during which institutions, companies, start-ups and universities have the opportunity to present mobility services and products that can be physically and virtually tested.
Three days of debate and discussion through conferences and networking with the opportunity to increase professional skills and business.
Roberto Fantini of TIM will present 5G CARMEN during the session “Connected and Meta-mobility” 5th May @9-12 a.m.
To subscribe: https://www.ngmobility.it/partecipa/
5G-CARMEN webinar on “Business and techno-economic analysis”
5G-CARMEN webinar on “Advanced prototype for secure, cross-border, and multi-domain service orchestration”
Aim of this webinar is to present the enablers of the Orchestrated edges platform in the view of distributed Cooperative, Connected, and Automated Mobility (CCAM) service deployment, service continuity, and cross-border aspects. We will also present the software components that were designed and developed to provide secure, cross-border, and multi-domain service orchestration, as well as the plan for platform validation and testing.
5G-CARMEN webinar on “System Architecture and Interfaces”
This webinar presents a preliminary version of the 5G-CARMEN system architecture including the specifications of its sub-components, their interfaces and protocols to be used for the data exchange. To this end, a functional analysis of the use cases has been performed also identifying their requirements along with the necessary gap analysis.
ITS WORLD CONGRESS
The ITS Congress is the biggest event focused on smart mobility and the digitalisation of transport.
5G CARMEN will be there and share a presentation with the other 2 corridor projects 5G MOBIX and 5G CroCo on the subject of: “5G for Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) in cross-border corridors: Challenges, Results and Prospects”
Learn more: https://itsworldcongress.com/
5G CARMEN will be presenting its results on 5G for CCAM in Cross-Border Corridors.
Together with the other projects 5G-MOBIX, and 5GCroCo, 5G CARMEN will held a workshop on the 10th June 2021. Title: “Cross-border 5G for CCAM: challenges, solutions and results”
Click here to learn more and register! https://www.eucnc.eu/workshops/workshop-10/
5G CARMEN will also be involved in the EUCNC Special Session 8 (Autonomous Network Management towards 6G), which will be held on Friday, 11 June 2021, 09:30-11:00.
Focus of the Panel is Priorities & Gaps to address in 6G. Andreas Heider will present: "Pioneering Autonomous Network Management for the 6G era"
On 18, 19 and 20 May, Turin hosted the yearly held Next Generation Mobility conference, an event that brings together the stakeholders developing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.
Roberto Fantini of TIM presented 5G CARMEN in the session “Smart Mobility”
This first 5G for CAM conference brought together a variety of EU-funded projects in the area of CAM, to share their experiences and present results with a view towards deployment.
Many 5G PPP projects were present.
5G CARMEN - with Matteo Gerosa and Andreas Heider - presented “5G for Connected and Automated Road Mobility in the European union” and gave also two technical speeches:
• Marco Liebsch “5G AutoMEC Boosting edge to edge service continuity for CAM in a sliced network”
• Nina Slamnik-Krijestorac "An optimized application-context relocation approach for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM)"
5G CARMEN First field test on Autonomous Driving using 5G- online Workshop for SMEs
We are happy to offer to the European SMEs information and tools to be involved in the European 5G CCAM initiatives and to help the exploitation of their business ideas. The overall goal of 5G CARMEN is to accelerate the European ICT ecosystem by creating and supporting new businesses by unlocking the commercial potential of high-value solutions. SMEs are important stakeholders in the overall development chain towards future communication networks.
In particular, the development of 5G enhanced Autonomous Driving applications requires SME involvement.Your application is expected to exert a positive broad impact on the European industry in the 5G global market and will be visible by more than 400 industries of the 5GPPP Program (https://5g-ppp.eu) APPLY HERE to register to be selected to experiment your 5G Idea and meet the industrial partners and the telco operators of the 5G CARMEN Consortium.
Online Workshop IOTHINGS / 5G CARMEN
Call for ideas for 5G Autonomous Driving
5G Automotive Association (5GAA) conference
5G-CARMEN has been invited to the exposition to demonstrate its use cases and discuss its plans for the deployment of compelling cross-border pilots for Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) services in the Bologna-Munich highway corridor. Here the press release. An outcome report of the conference is available here.
Future Mobility Expoforum
The Way Towards the Internet of Things: Open Standards vs Silos
The panel addressed a particularly promising application of the IoT: self-driving vehicles (SDV). To an increasing extent, SVD are no longer the subject of science fiction. Autonomous vehicles are not just tested in Silicon Valley, late-stage testing is also conducted in Europe. For instance, demonstrations of various aspects of autonomous driving technology have taken place in Turin, Italy, and the transition from the trial phase to the commercial application of the technology can be expected before too long. The panelists were Ilja Rudyk (European Patent Office), Giovanni Romano (Telecom Italia, 3GPP), Javier Gozálvez Sempere (University Miguel Hernández de Elche) and Lorenzo Casaccia (Qualcomm). The presentation from TIM was focused on mobile networks in providing support to self-driving vehicles and on the important roles European-funded projects play. 5G Carmen was indicated as an important example of how to manage cross-country cross-operator scenarios. An outcome report of the conference is available here.
The demonstrations of 5G CARMEN use cases at the EUCNC 2019 has been dedicated to advances in 5G V2X communications and the vision of deploying such advances in connected and autonomous cars. 5G is regarded as the key technology that will empower the transition to autonomous driving. For the success of such a revolution, in 5G CARMEN the telecom and the automotive industry is cooperating together to shape the future by addressing all the challenges that connected, cooperative and autonomous mobility (CCAM). 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, have been presented, and the adoption of 5G technologies for CCAM services have been discussed with hundreds of visitors at the 5G CARMEN booth. The participants were clearly inspired by our lively and fresh booth and being recognized for Best Booth is a great honor! See you in the next edition of EuCNC in Dubrovnik!
The Workshop targets transport (V2X), healthcare, aquaculture, logistics, energy, manufacture and other sectors. It presents most recent R&D results of related projects on 5G for multiple vertical industries. The workshop also features an Industry Panel with experts from related vertical industries, which will foster the interactive exchange of academia and industry.