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.

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5GMED at the IOT Solutions World Congress 2023

Tech disruptors gathered from 31 January to 2 February in Barcelona (Spain) at the IOT Solutions World Congress 2023. The 5GMED project,...

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Which are the European cross-border initiatives?

The European Union launched in November 2018 and September 2020 seven 5G cross-border corridor trial projects for large-scale testing...

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How will 5G impact self-driving cars?

Have you ever wondered what's the impact of 5G on autonomous vehicles? The automobile industry is witnessing exponential growth of...

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Which are the challenges of 5G in cross-border?

Europe is preparing a large-scale deployment of 5G cross-border corridors for Connected and Automated Mobility on European transport paths. The benefits for...

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