The 5GMED Project aims to bring a sustainable 5G deployment model for future mobility
in the Mediterranean Cross-Border Corridor.

5GMED will demonstrate advanced Cooperative Connected, and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and Future Railway Mobile Communications System services (FRMCS) along the “Figueres Perpignan” cross-border corridor between Spain and France, enabled by a multi-stakeholder compute and network infrastructure deployed by MNOs, neutral hosts, and road and rail operators, based on 5G and offering support for AI functions.


8th Newsletter – February 2023: How 5G disrupts future mobility and why connected cars won’t be forever like you imagined

SUBSCRIBE TO THE 5GMED NEWSLETTER HERE! Imagine crossing the border between Spain and France, and suddenly your attention is drawn to a car...

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José López, 5GMED Coordinator: “5GMED is using 5G and other technologies to provide seamless services in cross-border”

The 5GMED project hosted a round table at Mobile World Congress 2023 to discuss about the challenges of connected...

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Laura Sanz, CCAM Strategy Lead at i2CAT: “5GMED is an example of connectivity with 5G in real projects”

Experts from the mobility, connectivity and teleoperation industries had a fruitful discussion about the future of mobility, the challenges...

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María Paula Caycedo, from EIT Urban Mobility: “We accelerate the startup ecosystem with programs like 5G Turbo”

There is no doubt that the Mobile World Congress is the event of the months of February and March...

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