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.

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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EUCAD - Connected and Automated Driving Conference, will be held in Brussels next 2-3 April 2019.

5GCroCo will be present in the exhibition along with 5G-CARMEN and 5G-MOBIX projects, to present 5G Cross Border Corridors Trials.

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

5GCroCo will be involved in a variety of activities:


5GCroCo was present at the last edition of the Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC’19) in Barcelona, from 25th to 28th of February 2019. Thanks to the support from Mobile World Capital Barcelona (MWCB) – partner of the project - , 5GCroCo had a booth within the stand of the MWCB. This space was shared with 5GCAR project (5GPPP – Phase 2), and allow the project team members to create awareness of the 5GPPP, the two projects, and many initiatives being carried out in Europe, and worldwide, to promote 5G technologies for connected and automated driving.

The MWC19 was the perfect context to launch the first official video of 5GCroCo. The video has been released along social media (linkedin and twitter), and also at the website of the project. During the 4 days of the MWC19, the video was displayed on a screen at the booth.

The presence of 5GCroCo attracted the attention from many attendees to the event, and also received the visit from Mariya Gabriel (European Commissioner in charge of Digital Economy and Society) and Roberto Viola (Director General DG Connect), among other personalities. In addition, the 5G and NFV tours organised by the GSMA stopped by the 5GCroCo booth twice a day, letting interested people know more about the 5GCroCo activities.

On top of that, the stage of the Mobile World Capital allowed Jesus Alonso-Zarate (5GCroCo project coordinator and CTTC Senior Researcher), Mikael Fallgren (5GCAR project coordinator and ERICSSON Senior Researcher), and Juan Ramón Jauregui (Mobile World Capital) to publicly present the 5G initiatives promoted by Mobile World Capital, the 5G-PPP Program, and both 5GCroCo and 5GCAR  projects.

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