5GCroCo celebrated its  third plenary face to face meeting from the 2nd to the 4th of July 2019 in CTTC facilities, in Castelldefels, Barcelona (Spain).

 

 

5GCroCo was present at EuCNC'19, held in Valencia, Spain, from 18-21 June.

5GCroCo was involved in a variety of activities:

WORKSHOP AGENDA

Title

Speaker

Keynote: “Making connected cars a reality with 5G”

Maxime Flament, 5GAA

5GCAR, and the role of 5G in automotive industry

Mikael Fallgren, Ericsson

C-V2X trial activities in 5G-DRIVE

Tao Chen, VTT

CCAM progressed by Internet of Thing

Francois Fischer, ERTICO

5G for Connected and Automated Mobility in the European unionN

Roberto Riggio, FBK

5G-CARMEN and Greta – touching the next frontier in entirely new societal benefits

Walter Aigner, HiTec

5G Cross-Border CCAM in France-Germany-Luxembourg Corridor

Jesus Alonso-Zarate, CTTC

5GCroCo Tests and Trials: User Stories and 5G Technologies

Dirk Hetzer, DTAG

5G enabled CCAM at Greece – Turkey x-border corridor

Panagiotis Demestichas, WINGS-ICT

5G enabled CCAM at Spain-Portugal x-border corridor

José Santa, University of Murcia

A Timeline for C-V2X

Ashok Tipirneni , QUALCOMM

The European 5G Annual Journal 2019 was released this May. It was prepared in the framework of the To-Euro-5G project. The aim of this fourth edition of the  Journal is to present an analysis of the 5G ecosystem evolution over the past year. 5GCroCo contributed as part of phase 3 5G-PPP projects, which started in 2018. The complete Journal can be downloaded here.

 

5G-CARMEN, 5G-MOBIX and 5GCroCo joint booth was awarded with the “Best Booth” recognition of EuCNC'19. Dirk Hetzer, 5GCroCo Technical Manager, received the award during EuCNC Gala Dinner, celebrated in Valencia, on the 20th June 2019.

This week, on 7th and 8th of May 2019, the 5GCroCo team has celebrated a face-to-face meeting, hosted by HTW Saar in Saarbrücken (Germany). The team has worked together on the specification of the 5G trials for cross-border connected and automated mobility planned for execution in Q1 2020. In addition, the team has taken the opportunity to visit the cross-border corridor connecting the cities of Metz-Merzig-Luxembourg, where the large scale trials of 5GCroCo will be conducted. More details on the trials will be available very soon, since the first public deliverable of 5GCroCo, with a detailed description of the trials that will be executed, is planned for this summer 2019.

 

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