5G-TRANSFORMER: Live Streaming

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The aim is to encompass these services to the FAN ENGAGEMENT trend, which envisions smarter venue services by providing targeted and high-quality content and following fans along the journey with contextualised information. This trend also envisions fans as content producers (i.e. to share videos, photos, emotions, opinions, comments, etc.), and captures the explosion of IoT devices by including them as additional content producers. The end goal is to give the fans a more interactive, immersive and participative experience like never before.

In terms of ITU 5G functionalities, 5G-TRANSFORMER investigates:

  • Low latency (milliseconds), eMBB,  high availability, resilience, security, high device density, energy reduction, service creation time.

Location: to be confirmed

Date: to be confirmed

Partners involved: Atos

Other Partners: University Carlos III of Madrid - UC3M (Coordinator), Atos, B-COM, CTTC, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Ericsson Telecomunicazioni SpA, Eurecom, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), InterDigital Europe, Madrid City Council - Emergency Assistance and Rescue Service (SAMUR), Mirantis, NEC Corporation, Nextworks Srl, NOKIA Networks, Orange, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Telefonica R&I, Turin University of Technology

5G-TRANSFORMER Website@5g_transformer

 


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