The 5GMobix project, funded through Horizon 2020, aims to validate 5G technologies for CCAM (Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility) use-cases, in seven different European and Asian trial sites, including a Portugal-Spain Corridor connecting the cities of Porto and Vigo.
The remarkable technical advance of the last few years regarding communication networks like 5G and autonomous driving technology is paving the way for a future of CCAM.
The European Union intends to be on the innovation frontline of this new paradigm, contributing to the technological development, preparing regulations and identifying business models that can support it. The 5GMobix project is a step in such a direction, involving 58 partners from several European and Asian countries.
It will coordinate the technology user-acceptance evaluation across all trial sites and conduct the technical coordination of the Portuguese-Spanish Corridor.
The project is expected to produce valuable knowledge regarding the real-world deployment of CCAM – 5G technologies, potentiating business models for exploitation and supporting the regulatory effort in years to come.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825496.
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