Skip to main content
European Commission logo
TRIMIS

Virtual Presence in Moving Objects through 5G

PROJECTS
Funding
European
European Union
Duration
-
Status
Complete
Geo-spatial type
Other
Total project cost
€2 000 000
EU Contribution
€2 000 000
Project website
Project Acronym
PriMO-5G
STRIA Roadmaps
Connected and automated transport (CAT)
Transport mode
Airborne icon
Transport policies
Safety/Security,
Deployment planning/Financing/Market roll-out

Overview

Call for proposal
H2020-EUK-2018
Link to CORDIS
Background & Policy context

Real-time video streaming enabling immersive video content merging the physical view with digital data can play an important role in control, performance and safety when it comes to fast-moving cars and aerial drones. Achieving it requires ultra-high data rate services and global operability. 

Objectives

The EU-funded PriMO-5G project will demonstrate an end-to-end 5G system providing immersive video services for moving objects focused on vehicular and aerial drone settings. The system leverages AI-assisted communications and 5G mmWave technology, a revolutionary cellular technology accessing massive bandwidth once thought impossible to achieve. Cross-continental testbeds will ensure interoperable 5G core networks.

The PriMO-5G project addresses the area of “a) Focus on mmWave and super broadband services” in the call “EUK-02-2018: 5G” of the Horizon 2020 Work Program 2018-2020.

The main aim of the PriMO-5G project is to demonstrate an end-to-end 5G system providing immersive video services for moving objects. This will be done by cross-continental testbeds that integrate radio access and core networks developed by different project partners. The cross-continental testbeds will show the end-to-end operations of envisaged use cases. To achieve this aim, the PriMO-5G project will develop a set of solutions enabling the ultra-high data rate services for fast-moving cars and drones. The development includes mmWave radio technologies, interoperable 5G core networks, and AI-assisted communications.

The project contributes to the standardization of 5G Phase 2 and beyond, identifies possible regulatory bottlenecks that need to be solved in order to enable the system to operate globally, assesses the economic and business aspects related to the use of 5G for immerse video service in vehicular and aerial drone settings. The consortium benefits from leading industrial partners both in Europe and Korea who are active key members of major standardization fora, regulatory bodies, and open source communities. Academic partners will also influence the spectrum policies through national regulatory authorities.

Methodology

The PriMO-5G consortium members represent the full range of competence and expertise covering the whole value chain in a complementary way to achieve the project’s objectives. The consortium draws on skills from world-leading manufacturers, competent operator, top universities, and innovative SMEs in Europe and Korea, thus ensuring close cooperation and balanced effort between the two regions. The project will foster a long-term partnership between the two regions, which will help Europe and Korea retain the competitive edge in the fierce global 5G competition.

Funding

Specific funding programme
H2020-EU.2.1.1. - INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP - Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies - Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
Other Programme
EUK-02-2018 5G

Partners

Lead Organisation
Organisation
Aalto Korkeakoulusaatio Sr
Address
OTAKAARI 1, 02150 ESPOO, Finland
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€431 875
Partner Organisations
Organisation
Kungliga Tekniska Hoegskolan
Address
Brinellvagen 8, 100 44 Stockholm, Sweden
EU Contribution
€326 835
Organisation
NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS DRESDEN GMBH
Address
AM WALDSCHLOSSCHEN 2, 01099 Dresden, Germany
EU Contribution
€336 040
Organisation
Ericsson Ab
Address
TORSHAMNSGATAN 23, 164 80 STOCKHOLM, Sweden
Organisation website
EU Contribution
€341 375
Organisation
CUMUCORE OY
Address
GUSTAV PAULIGINKATU 10 A 13, 00990 Helsinki, Finland
EU Contribution
€224 875
Organisation
King's College London
Address
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, United Kingdom
EU Contribution
€339 000

Technologies

Technology Theme
Sensor technologies
Technology
Digital Image Correlation sensor system
Development phase
Demonstration/prototyping/Pilot Production

Contribute! Submit your project

Do you wish to submit a project or a programme? Head over to the Contribute page, login and follow the process!

Submit