5GMED’s 5G technology for Connected and Automated Mobility in cross-border was presented at ITS Congress

Philippe Veyssiere, from IRT Saint Exupéry, a 5GMED partner, explained last Wednesday at the ITS European Congress in Toulouse (France) how we are developing a sustainable 5G deployment model for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) in the Mediterranean Cross-Border Corridor. 

Edwin Fisher, Strategic Initiatives & Spectrum at Deutsche Telekom, and Eric Kenis, from 5G-Blueprint, one of the ICT-53 projects together with 5GMED, also explained how 5G is being used for CAM in other cross-border scenarios.  

Philippe Veyssiere from IRT Saint Exupéry at ITS Congress presenting 5GMED

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