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Multi-Domain Architecture for CAM Service Delivery Across Borders

Maria Efthymiopoulou, Kostas Ramantas, Natalia Vesselinova, Muhammad Mahtab Alam, Luis Sanabria-Russo, Christos Verikoukis
2021 Zenodo  
The cross-border scenario brings the additional challenge of supporting uninterrupted CAM services in a multi-domain environment, namely when the user leaves the serving mobile cellular network to join  ...  We define a multi-domain architecture with an ETSI Zerotouch networking and service management compatible integration fabric to facilitate cross-domain service management and CAM service roaming.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work has been supported by 5G-ROUTES (GA 951867), research project. The 5G-ROUTES project has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6573776 fatcat:anzkcbekqfeynijv6s33v6arsy

Demonstration and Evaluation of Cross-Border Service Continuity for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Services

Mazen Abdel Latif
2021 Zenodo  
Therefore, 5GCroCo, together with the other Horizon 2020 ICT-18 and ICT-53 projects, conducts research on cross-border/-MNO handovers to enable seamless service continuity when crossing borders.  ...  This is a particular challenge in Europe where national borders can be passed without stopping while Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) usually only serve a single country.  ...  Cross-border handover should be expected to achieve service continuity if there are no radio coverage gaps between mobile networks across different countries.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5721139 fatcat:4iwfhzklojblpingnjkjrsg4dm

5G Beyond 3GPP Release 15 for Connected Automated Mobility in Cross-Border Contexts

Gorka Velez, Ángel Martín, Giancarlo Pastor, Edward Mutafungwa
2020 Sensors  
of highly automated driving in cross-border corridors.  ...  Fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks aim to be qualified as the core connectivity infrastructures to address connected automated mobility (CAM), both from a technological and from a business perspective  ...  Table 1 . 1 Added value brought by 5G technologies to cross-border connected automated mobility (CAM) services.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20226622 pmid:33228020 fatcat:2av6xzqidngcjc2ewelezxiqhm

5G Cross-Border Operation for Connected and Automated Mobility: Challenges and Solutions

Apostolos Kousaridas, Andreas Schimpe, Sebastian Euler, Xavier Vilajosana, Mikael Fallgren, Giada Landi, Francesca Moscatelli, Sokratis Barmpounakis, Francisco Vázquez-Gallego, Roshan Sedar, Rodrigo Silva, Laurent Dizambourg (+5 others)
2019 Future Internet  
Furthermore, a set of 5G solutions have been identified to ensure that CCAM services can be supported efficiently in cross-border scenarios.  ...  been introduced to reduce the uncertainties of a real 5G cross-border deployment.  ...  Service continuity must be guaranteed, and the quality of services cannot be jeopardized when crossing borders.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi12010005 fatcat:jr72xhrfwrf6pkv6haphr7llnm

Qualifying 5G SA for L4 Automated Vehicles in a Multi-PLMN Experimental Testbed

Giancarlo Pastor, Edward Mutafungwa, Jose Costa-Requena, Xuebing Li, Oussama El Marai, Norshahida Saba, Aziza Zhanabatyrova, Yu Xiao, Timo Mustonen, Matthieu Myrsky, Lauri Lammi, Umar Zakir Abdul Hamid (+6 others)
2021 2021 IEEE 93rd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2021-Spring)  
Overall, the objective is to qualify 5G as a core connectivity for connected, cooperative and automated mobility.  ...  National roaming, multi-SIM and edge computing constitute key 5G technologies for the cooperative perception and remote driving of L4 (automated) vehicles.  ...  in a same country or in cross-border areas.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vtc2021-spring51267.2021.9448788 fatcat:6pxj56bdtbd4hmdg4obpbjifyq

Inter-PLMN Mobility Management Challenges for Supporting Cross-Border Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) Over 5G

Konstantinos Trichias, Panagiotis Demestichas, Nikolaos Mitrou
2021 Journal of ICT Standardization  
Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) services are perhaps among the most demanding applications that 5G networks will have to support and their deployment, performance and potential for improvement has  ...  Moreover, the multiple domains, multi-vendor components and inherent high mobility of the cross-border vehicular environment, introduce multiple challenges in terms of network management and dynamic slicing  ...  Acknowledgements This work has partially been performed within the 5G-MOBIX project.  ... 
doi:10.13052/jicts2245-800x.924 fatcat:nf7mk7qv4jchxfnpdoxgbei7jy

5G-ROUTES: D1.1 Use-Cases scenarios specs target KPIs for 5G for CAM [article]

Duc PHAM-MINH
2022 Zenodo  
We have detailed the multilayer architecture of a 5G radio access network and some key features of the core network as Mobile Edge Computing, Network Slicing and roaming.  ...  field trials across borders.  ...  The objective is to provide a service continuity in the see-through functionality even when crossing borders and ensure safe automated overtake even when crossing borders.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6345828 fatcat:q6gcthu4b5dqlkvhoia7vn6mxq

5GCroCo Use Cases and Key Performance Indicators for Cross-border Trials

Dirk Hetzer, Maciej Muehleisen, Apostolos Kousaridas, Jesús Alonso-Zárate
2020 Zenodo  
The provision of Cooperative, Connected, and Automated Mobility (CCAM) services across different countries when vehicles traverse various national borders has a huge innovative business potential.  ...  The results will help reduce the uncertainties associated with enhanced Vehicle-to-Anything (eV2X communications) across borders in Europe in preparation for commercial 5G deployment.  ...  at large scale in a cross-border setting with the mission to reduce uncertainties before CCAM services running on top of 5G communication infrastructures are offered to the market.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4459443 fatcat:pcrjqkgxunbpfizafg723geq3u

5GCroCo Use Cases and Key Performance Indicators for Cross-border Trials

Dirk Hetzer, Maciej Muehleisen, Apostolos Kousaridas, Jesus Alonso-Zarate
2020 Zenodo  
The provision of Cooperative, Connected, and Automated Mobility (CCAM) services across different countries when vehicles traverse various national borders has a huge innovative business potential.  ...  The results will help reduce the uncertainties associated with enhanced Vehicle-to-Anything (eV2X communications) across borders in Europe in preparation for commercial 5G deployment.  ...  TEST APPROACH FOR 5G TECHNOLOGIES IN 5GCROCO 5GCroCo has identified a set of key 5G technologies which will become enablers for CCAM: -5G New Radio, -Guaranteed service continuity, -MEC, -End-to-end and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4036550 fatcat:j6iw3ktlineqthk4het5ee7qui

5G-ROUTES: D3.1 Report on 5G infrastructure setup for CAM [article]

Peeter Kirss
2022 Zenodo  
The objective of 5G-ROUTES project is to conduct 5th generation connected and automated mobility cross-border trials in designated 5G cross-border corridor ("Via Baltica North").  ...  Situation with currently available 5G services and available frequency resources varies in Latvia, Estonia and Finland.  ...  The railway crossing is located at one edge of the city, the road border crossing on the other.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6345849 fatcat:rv6a6av4r5bcxb7fcqceakbyde

5G-ROUTES: D5.9 Report on standardisation activities and spectrum allocation recommendations [article]

Duc Pham-Minh Boris Tiomela Jou
2022 Zenodo  
These requirements are covered by CAM technical enablers mainly based on communication networks assets: edge computing, session/service continuity, integrated network management and orchestration, QoS  ...  This report provides 5G-ROUTES initial analysis of Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) standards and 5GROUTES plan for standardisation activities for CAM services and associated technical enablers.  ...  The roaming of vehicles with service continuity and without additional costs is a key aspect for the achievement of CAM in the cross-borders situations.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6345853 fatcat:55yntx4ogvdfpnws7swnbj4fjq

5G connected and automated driving: use cases, technologies and trials in cross-border environments

Dirk Hetzer, Maciej Muehleisen, Apostolos Kousaridas, Sokratis Barmpounakis, Stefan Wendt, Kurt Eckert, Andreas Schimpe, Johan Löfhede, Jesus Alonso-Zarate
2021 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
AbstractCooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM) across Europe requires harmonized solutions to support cross-border seamless operation.  ...  This paper describes the overall objectives of the project, motivated by the discussed challenges of cross-border operation, the use cases along with their requirements, the technical 5G features that  ...  The objective is to validate advanced 5G features in the cross-border context, such as 5G new radio, mobile edge computing/cloud (MEC), predictive quality of service, software-defined networking (SDN),  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13638-021-01976-6 pmid:33897773 pmcid:PMC8051829 fatcat:4vjbxrxqnvegldi4kjypd7xexq

Cross-Border Trials for Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobilty

Jesus Alonso-Zarate, Apostolos Kousaridas, Mmaciej Muehleisen
2019 Zenodo  
The vision of cooperative, connected, and automated mobility (CCAM) in Europe can only be realized, when harmonized solutions that support cross-border traffic exist.  ...  However, the seamless provisioning of connectivity and the uninterrupted delivery of real-time services across borders also pose technical challenges, which 5G technologies promise to solve.  ...  Cross-border corridors For Connected and Automated Mobility services it is important that they seamlessly work across borders.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3984691 fatcat:5wtnd6k37jf43apie3pwsh3x6u

5G-ROUTES: D1.5 Methodologies for cross-border collaboration and validation of 5G features for CAM [article]

Margus Krupp
2022 Zenodo  
and their seamless functioning across a designated 5G cross-border corridor.  ...  Working closely with the partners defining the scenarios to be validated in cross-border field trials, formats for a suite of test cases will be specified to measure the functionality and performance of  ...  The railway crossing is located at one edge of the city, the road border crossing on the other.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6345836 fatcat:dk6z2l5s35gztg3qo26krcwmfy

UAVs Traffic Control Based on Multi-Access Edge Computing

Oussama Bekkouche, Tarik Taleb, Miloud Bagaa
2018 2018 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)  
Luckily, the envisioned 5G mobile network has introduced the concept of Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) in its architecture to support mission-critical applications by decreasing the end-to-end latency  ...  The obtained results show that a UAV can deviate from its intended path with more than 5m if the network latency exceeds 400ms and with more than 2m if the packet loss probability exceeds 0.2.  ...  Moreover, as depicted in Fig. 2b , the average of crossing distances C avg increases proportionally with the increase of the latency, which means that a high latency will cause the crossing of borders  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocom.2018.8647421 dblp:conf/globecom/BekkoucheTB18 fatcat:hir47yxol5gy3fqlljkzhzvnfy
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