one5G: Smart-Megacity Proof-of-Concept

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Benefits

Empowering operators and multiple vertical industries to exploit the opportunities of 5G New Radio with a focus on media, entertainment and eOffices.

  • Outdoor hotspot with Immersive/Virtual Reality, collaborative gaming, Ultra-High Fidelity Media capabilities.
  • Live Event Experience – massive number of users with video sharing for Smart Cities, Smart Utilities and Energy: Traffic/pollution management, surveillance, stream management and city automation.

5G Advances

In terms of new capabilities only possible with 5G, one5G is bringing advances in: 

  • End-to-end-aware performance optimization through the advanced management of radio resources and multi-node/multi-link connectivity, context awareness and Key Quality Indicators (QKI). 

The KQIs help define the E2E user experience, thereby optimizing E2E performance, with further improvements through context awareness. one5G uses advanced radio resource management optimizations like RRC state handling and discontinuous reception, or resource allocation methods to simultaneously meet service requirements, such as latency, reliability, throughput. one5G also builds on multi-link/multi-node connectivity for network optimizations. This is an effective means for adjusting the network configuration to actual needs, for example, by using multiple links for data duplication (increasing throughput) or data duplication for improving reliability. Other advances include Quality of Experience (QoE) balancing, using context information and traffic prediction, as well as spectrum management, exploiting both licensed and unlicensed bands.

In terms of 5G functionalities, one5G is investigating Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC) and ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC). 

About the PoC-experiment

Locations: Rennes (France); Athens (Greece); Malaga (Spain)

Date: Q2-2019

Partners involved: University of Malaga, b-com, WINGS

Other partners: telecommunications operators (Orange, Telefónica), component and infrastructure vendors (Huawei, Intel, Nokia, Samsung), universities  (Freie Universität Berlin, Universidad de Malaga) and research institutes (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute).

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