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5G Intelligent Automotive Network Applications

PROJECTS
Funding
European
European Union
Duration
-
Geo-spatial type
Network corridors
Total project cost
€7 649 795
EU Contribution
€5 999 969
Project website
Project Acronym
5G-IANA

Overview

Call for proposal
H2020-ICT-2020-2
Link to CORDIS
Background & Policy context

5G-based Automotive-related services (i.e., Connected and Automated Mobility services) are a broad range of digital services in and around vehicles including both safety-related and other commercial services provided, enabled, or supported by 5G networks. For the first time, mobile networks will offer a broad range of connectivity performances including gigabit speeds and mission-critical reliability.

Objectives

5G-IANA aims at providing an open 5G experimentation platform, on top of which third party experimenters (i.e., SMEs) in the Automotive-related 5G-PPP vertical will have the opportunity to develop, deploy and test their services. An Automotive Open Experimental Platform (AOEP) will be specified, as the whole set of hardware and software resources that provides the compute and communication/transport infrastructure as well as the management and orchestration components, coupled with an enhanced NetApp Toolkit tailored to the Automotive sector. 5G-IANA will expose to experimenters secured and standardized APIs for facilitating all the different steps towards the production stage of a new service. 5G-IANA will target different virtualization technologies integrating different MANO frameworks for enabling the deployment of the end-to-end network services across different domains (vehicles, road infrastructure, MEC nodes and cloud resources).

5G-IANA NetApp toolkit will be linked with a new Automotive VNFs Repository including an extended list of ready to use open accessible Automotive-related VNFs and NetApp templates, that will form a repository for SMEs to use and develop new applications. Finally, 5G-IANA will develop a distributed AI/ML (DML) framework, that will provide functionalities for simplified management and orchestration of collections of AI/ML service components and will allow ML-based applications to penetrate the Automotive world, due to its inherent privacy preserving nature. 5G-IANA will be demonstrated through 7 Automotive-related use cases in 2 5G SA testbeds. Moving beyond technological challenges, and exploiting input from the demonstration activities, 5G-IANA will perform a multi-stakeholder cost-benefit analysis that will identify and validate market conditions for innovative, yet sustainable business models supporting a long-term roadmap towards the pan-European deployment of 5G as key advanced Automotive services enabler.

Methodology

The emergence of the 5G system will facilitate the development of innovative automotive services. The EU-funded 5G-IANA project will develop an Automotive Open Experimental Platform (AOEP) as an integrated hardware and software set of resources providing SMEs and other companies, in the automotive-related 5G-PPP initiative, the opportunity to develop, implement and test their services. The AOEP will provide computer, communication and transport infrastructure as well as management and orchestration components and will be coupled with an advanced NetApp Toolkit tailored to the automotive sector. The project will identify and validate market conditions for innovative, sustainable business models to support a long-term roadmap towards the EU-wide development of 5G in automotive services.

Funding

Parent Programmes
Specific funding programme
H2020-EU.2.1.1. - INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP - Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Other Programme
ICT-41-2020 5G PPP – 5G innovations for verticals with third party services
Funding Source
Horizon Europe

Results

The prospect that 5G will be a unified multi-service platform, serving not only the traditional mobile broadband market but also enabling digital transformation in a number of vertical industries, is expected to result in the creation of opportunities for innovation and economic growth.

It is expected that the economic and societal impact of connected mobility will be significant, and that mobile communication systems such as 5G will play a central role in the future transport ecosystem. Indeed, the majority of the 5G-based Automotive-related services will require a totally reliable and safe guidance infrastructure, which will have to combine all available technologies: sensors (in vehicles and on the ground), high accuracy location, precise positioning, high definition mapping, converged AI on devices, at the edge and in the cloud, and, in particular high quality direct and network communications between all moving and fixed elements (vehicles, bikes, pedestrians, and road infra-structure). Functional redundancy and complementarity in the architecture will be necessary to be able to meet the demanding KPIs of such services (e.g., full automation, remote driving, etc.).

Partners

Lead Organisation
Organisation
EREVNITIKO PANEPISTIMIAKO INSTITOUTO SYSTIMATON EPIKOINONION KAI YPOLOGISTON
Address
PATISION 42, 106 82 ATHINA, Greece
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€851 250
Partner Organisations
Organisation
HIT HYPERTECH INNOVATIONS LTD
Address
AGIOU NIKOLAOU 33 5TH FLOOR OFFICE 501, 2408 LEFKOSIA, Cyprus
EU Contribution
€261 625
Organisation
INTERNET INSTITUTE, COMMUNICATIONS SOLUTIONS AND CONSULTING LTD
Address
CRNA VAS 128, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
EU Contribution
€309 750
Organisation
Nextworks
Address
VIA LIVORNESE 1027, 56122 PISA, Italy
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€306 600
Organisation
INCITES CONSULTING SA
Address
130 ROUTE D'ARLON, 8008 STRASSEN, Luxembourg
EU Contribution
€217 000
Organisation
5G COMMUNICATIONS FOR FUTURE INDUSTRY VERTICALS SL
Address
CAMINO DE VERA S/N CAMPUS DE LA UPV EDIFICIO 6D PLANTA 4, 46015 Valencia, Spain
EU Contribution
€358 663
Organisation
TELEKOM SLOVENIJE DD
Address
CIGALETOVA ULICA 15, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
EU Contribution
€192 500
Organisation
UNIVERSITAET ULM
Address
HELMHOLTZSTRASSE 16, 89081 ULM, Germany
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€384 000
Organisation
FS COM
Address
6 AVENUE DES ALPES, RESIDENCE ROI SOLEIL-MONTESPAN, 06600 ANTIBES, France
EU Contribution
€279 475
Organisation
COGNITIVE INNOVATIONS PRIVATE COMPANY
Address
KIFISIAS 125-127, 11524 ATHINA, Greece
EU Contribution
€215 250
Organisation
OSEVEN SINGLE MEMBER PRIVATE COMPANY
Address
CHAIMANTA 27B, 152 34 CHALANDRI, Greece
EU Contribution
€204 750
Organisation
NOKIA SOLUTIONS AND NETWORKS GMBH &CO KG
Address
WERINHERSTRASSE 91, 81541 MUNCHEN, Germany
EU Contribution
€621 107
Organisation
FUNDACION CENTRO DE TECNOLOGIAS DE INTERACCION VISUAL Y COMUNICACIONES VICOMTECH
Address
PASEO MIKELETEGI PARQUE TECNOLOGICO DE MIRAMON 57, 20009 DONOSTIA SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain
EU Contribution
€338 375
Organisation
UBITECH LIMITED
Address
26 NIKOU & DESPINAS PATTCHI, 3071 Limassol, Cyprus
EU Contribution
€488 250
Organisation
FONDAZIONE LINKS - LEADING INNOVATION & KNOWLEDGE FOR SOCIETY
Address
VIA PIER CARLO BOGGIO 61, 10138 TORINO, Italy
EU Contribution
€576 750
Organisation
BYLOGIX SRL
Address
VIA A. TOMMASI 133, 00125 ROMA, Italy
EU Contribution
€394 625

Technologies

Technology Theme
Road vehicle operations
Technology
Communication network for intelligent mobility
Development phase
Demonstration/prototyping/Pilot Production

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