• 5G-MOBIX
    5G for cooperative & connected automated MOBIlity on X-border corridors
    vt7neg Fri, 18/09/2020 - 11:56

    5G-MOBIX aims at executing CCAM trials along x-border and urban corridors using 5G core technological innovations to qualify the 5G infrastructure and evaluate its benefits in the CCAM context as well as defining deployment scenarios and identifying and responding to standardisation and spectrum gaps. 5G-MOBIX will first define the critical scenarios needing advanced connectivity provided by 5G, and the required features to enable those advanced CCAM use cases.


    5th Generation connected and automated mobility cross-border EU trials

    The objective of 5G ROUTES is to conduct advanced field trials of most representative and innovative CAM applications seamlessly functioning across a designated 5G cross-border corridor (‘Via Baltica-North’) spanning across 3 EU member states borders (Latvia-Estonia-Finland) in order to validate the latest 5G features and 3GPP specifications under realistic conditions, so as to accelerate the widespread deployment of 5G E2E interoperable CAM ecosystems and services in digitised motorways, railways and shipway

    Capacity with a pOsitive enviRonmEntal and societAL footprInt: portS in the future era
    vt7neg Wed, 30/05/2018 - 19:43

    COREALIS proposes a strategic, innovative framework, supported by disruptive technologies, including Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, next generation traffic management and emerging 5G networks, for cargo ports to handle upcoming and future capacity, traffic, efficiency and environmental challenges. It respects the limitations that many European ports are facing concerning the port land, intermodal infrastructure and terminal operation.

  • NordicWay 2

    NordicWay 2

    The main objective of NordicWay2 is to deploy studies with pilot activities in order to further develop interoperable Day-1 and Day 1.5 C-ITS services utilizing cellular network. It also supports infrastructure readiness for connected and automate driving in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.