5G for Cooperative Connected and Automated Mobility: towards more safety and efficiencymportales
The 5G-MOBIX project aimed to evaluate the added value of 5G connectivity for connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) services and functionalities in cross-border conditions.
5G-MOBIX trial sites included two Cross-Border Corridors (Greece-Turkey and Spain-Portugal) and six local Trial Sites in France, Germany, Netherlands, Finland, China and South Korea. The local sites brought additional and complementary insights to the cross-border trials. The French Trial Site contributions were related to service continuity and dynamic communication quality aspects for the infrastructure-assisted advanced driving use case.
There was also a presentation of 5gmed, in it we told all the particularities of the project. For us it was very important to be in this event because we are a sister project.
9:00 Welcome coffee
9:30 Introduction by Eric Lebeau, General Manager of VEDECOM. Context and stakes.
9:40 Presentation of the European 5G-MOBIX project: methodology, key innovations, tests and results of the French site.
12:00 Lunch break.
13:15 Demonstration session on tracks:
- Infrastructure assisted automated lane change at highway entry (demonstration with an L4 automated vehicle prototype)
- Continuity of service with network handover
- Dynamic quality control of 5G communication
15:30 Vision of 5G and CCAM by market players: Panel discussion with vehicle manufacturers, telecom and road infrastructure operators, public transport players and territories.
16:40 Conclusion by Tony Jaux, President of VEDECOM, VP Innovation at Stellantis and Director of the connectivity program at the French Automotive Platform.
We hope to meet again next year at this event.