5G-PPP PHASE 3 INFORMATION DAY - EU Events
On 14 September , The European Commission is hosting an information day on the upcoming 5G Public Private Partnership (5G PPP). The next big challenge for the 5G PPP community is to respond to the H ICT call for Advanced 5G validation trials across multiple. The latest advancements in 5G technologies, architectures and including ICT 19 ones, in case the required network KPIs do not meet the.
The media content video shall be delivered on-demand to many diverse user terminals such as smartphone, PC, TV, each of them supporting different screen size, resolution, and codecs.
A high value service, for the Telco Service Provider, is related to flash events, such as football match actions, that must be delivered to the customers and consumed in a very restricted time-frame. The main challenge is to provide the wanted content in the shortest possible time, adapted to the end-user device, while optimizing bandwidth utilization and power consumption. This is important especially for mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.
In order to reach this goal, the media content shall be cached in advance as close as possible to the user and shall be adapted on-demand for the specific user device. The high level functional architecture of the service is composed by a media distribution controller and a media streamer.
For optimizing the media and storage parameters, each media content is stored in a single copy, with the best quality. Therefore, it will be transcoded on-demand when adaptation to the user device will be requested. The CDN should be able to scale, according to storage and bandwidth requests. The Transcoder provides a basic service and can be instantiated multiple times according to the workload. The MD-streamer should be able to scale, as well. The MD-controller is a centralized function and can be delivered in a more centralized place.
The MATILDA architecture will facilitate deployment and operation of the overall network-aware media application over the 5G access network fulfilling the strict performance and continuity requirements in any condition including that of flash crowd access to the service. LoRaWAN targets key requirements of the Internet of Things such as secure bi-directional communication, mobility and localization services.
The application considered in this case is divided in three parts: The lighting controllers are hardware parts based on LoRaWAN technology, which are installed on lighting poles assuring the capability of remotely controlling them.
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The middleware platform collects, stores and secures the data from the controllers in order to be used later through open APIs by any other application.
The management interface is divided in two parts: The alert and ticketing system provides administrators a way to inform in no time the repair team and also keep track of every service required by all of the poles. The overall application architecture from an upper layer view is depicted in Figure 9Figure 9, and although middleware is shown to access only the lighting controllers, in fact it will be able to access other types of sensor measurements to drive complex decision making regarding lighting.
The deployment and orchestration of the overall network-aware application graph consisting of the application components as well as the required VNFs will be realized in MATILDA, making possible to meet performance requirements, security requirements, fail-over for sustaining connectivity, analytics and complex decision making, and application scaling requirements, while enabling and exploiting 5G access.
This use case will be implemented mainly by ORO, illustrated and validated over the CNIT testbed, while a demonstration in an operational environment is also envisaged in the city of Alba Iulia in Romania.
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This technology has been in use by Airbus since for interconnecting aircraft system test benches located throughout Europe and the world, enabling Airbus to realize early system integration and functional and performance testing.
These ECUs are essentially stand-alone black boxes that are not integrated into a single cohesive control unit. These systems are distributed electronics or embedded systems that control and monitor many different functions within the automobile, such as engine electronics, transmission electronics, chassis electronics, active safety, driver assistance, passenger comfort, entertainment systems, etc.
There is no central hub or routing system, just a continuous flow of information that is always available to the ECUs. These distributed systems i.
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ECUs are normally developed and manufactured by different companies within the Original Equipment Manufacturer OEM and its supply chain, all based at different locations throughout Europe and the world. The integration of the FastWAN technology into test automobiles for example during the endurance test drive phase would enable automobile manufacturers and their supply chain to permanently remotely connect to these different ECUs in real time over 5G communication, in order to control and monitor the behaviour of these ECUs.
This would ensure that it is no longer necessary to wait until these data have been manually extracted from the test vehicle, and in turn, the procedure or sequence for such test drive campaigns could be dynamically adjusted and adapted based on the real time data received from the individual ECUs. It is therefore with this common interest in mind that both organizations agreed this week to establish a partnership.
The main activities of this partnership will include exchanging information between the two organizations on 5G developments, participating in industry events, congresses and joint promotional activities and contributing with their respective expertise to enhance the inputs of PPDR stakeholders and Verticals on the development and deployment of 5G.
The 5G PPP is organised in three phases, encompassing researchoptimisation and trials It aims to deploy 5G as from Phase 3 has just been launched!
Part 1 is focused on Infrastructure Projects. Part 2 is centered on automotive projects. Part 3 deals with Advanced 5G trials validation across multiple vertical industries. These three projects started on the 1st July and will run for 3 years implementing and testing advanced 5G infrastructures in Europe.
There will be a chance to present and discuss their ideas.
Important representatives of these vertical industries are directly involved as partners of 5G-EVE exactly to influence the design of the end-to-end 5G services, and to provide an early assessment. The 5G-EVE end-to-end facility consists of the interconnection of four 5G-site-facilities France, Spain, Italy, Greecewhich have been selected because of their considerable previous work with vertical industries and standardisation bodies, on top of their 5G technology competences.
Design an advanced and accessible 5G end-to-end facility. Develop a viable business and ecosystem model to support the life of the 5G-VINNI facility during and beyond the span of the project.
Demonstrate the value of 5G solutions to the 5G community particularly to relevant standards and open source communities with a view to securing widespread adoption of these solutions. The 5G-VINNI E2E facility will demonstrate the achievement of 5G KPIs across a range of combinations and permutations of new 5G access technologies and end-user equipment types interconnected by the most advanced 5G core network technologies available.
Implement and verify all evolutions of the 5G standard, via an iterative integration and testing procedure; Engage a wide diversity of technologies and chain innovations that span over all domains, achieving full-stack coverage of the 5G landscape; Unify heterogeneous physical and virtual network elements under a common coordination and openness framework exposed to experimenters from the vertical industries and enabling end-to-end slicing and experiment automation; and Support further experimentation projects, in particular those focused on vertical markets.
The 5G Pan-EU roadmap leverages a multiplier effect of the cooperation between ecosystem partners over different European countries allowing interoperability and defragmentation.
The projects and actions are and will partly be supported by specific EC and MSs programmes and funded projects and also by Domains specific programmes and projects e. ESA satellite for 5G Initiative.