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!
Levi/ Lapland (Finland)
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