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.


Remote Driving

Automated driving on highways can be performed in full safety, even when a critical event occurs on the Automated Driving System (ADS) preventing the normal system operation beyond the homologated Operation Design Domain (ODD).


Road Infrastructure Digitalisation

The road infrastructure will be digitised for intelligent traffic management of connected and automated vehicles.


Future Railway Mobile Communications

Transition of a commercial train between Spain and France, advanced applications in cross border situations.


Follow-me Infotainment

The “Follow-Me Infotainment” solution will be developed and validated.


Connected 5G: Europe and Spain facing the challenge of smart mobility

The impact of 5G on mobility is about to bring important transformation in the sector and there are already...

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5G Trials for Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility along European 5G Cross-Border Corridors – Challenges and Opportunities

The white paper introduces the general vision about the 5G cross-Border Corridors but also some of the projects that are...

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5GMED at the Smart city expo Barcelona

Last 17th of November 2021, 5GMED project has been presented by Xavier Daura from Abertis at the Autonomous Driving...

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3rd Newsletter – October 2021

Learn more about 5G Technology on our Newsletter  Summary of 5GMED first external advisory board meeting   Interview about “ @LINEA FIGUERAS PERPIGNAN S.A. : an...

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