Webinar on 01.10.2019 at 14:00 CEST: 5GCAR Part 2 - Use cases, Business, Spectrum, Radio interface, and Architecture

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Webinar on 01.10.2019 at 14:00 CEST: 5GCAR Part 2 - Use cases, Business, Spectrum, Radio interface, and Architecture

5GCAR makes possible new cooperative and connected V2X applications using 5G cellular-vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communication technologies. These technologies are expected to shape the future of Advanced Assistance Systems and automated driving towards safer and more efficient driving.

This webinar zooms in on the 5GCAR advances and key innovations for the automotive industry and its supply chain through its participation in Europe's 5G Public Private Partnership, including the analysis of V2X use cases and KPIs expected from 5G. 


14:00-14:05 - Chair: Mikael Fallgren, Senior Researcher, Ericsson Research and Coordinator of 5GCAR. Welcome and focus of the webinar

14:05-14:20 - Antonio Barciela, R&D Connected Vehicle Program Manager, PSA Groupe: The 5GCAR scenarios, business and spectrum aspects 

This talk presents the use-case roadmap, as well as the main advantages and show stoppers for 5G. From the business perspective, it shows how 5GCAR has actively contributed to the automotive Working Group in the 5G Public Private Partnership alongside an analysis of the market opportunities related to "Over the air" updates and certificate provision.

14:20-14:35 - Zexian Li, Senior Specialist, Nokia Bell Labs: 5G V2X Radio Interface

This talk covers the 5GCAR enhancements to 5G System Architecture and Security for V2X

14:35-14:50 - Massimo Condoluci, Senior Researcher, Ericsson Research: 5GCAR - Enhancements to 5G System Architecture and Security for V2X

The talk provides a summary of the architectural outputs of 5GCAR to improve the support of V2X use cases. The areas of enhancements considered in the project range from end-to-end security to multi-connectivity cooperation and V2X-tailored network procedures.

14:50-15:00 Q&A 


Chair and Panellist Profiles

Mikael Fallgren is senior researcher at Ericsson Research. He received a M.Sc. degree in engineering physics and a Ph.D. degree in applied and computational mathematics from KTH (the Royal Institute of Technology), Stockholm, and a B.Sc. degree in business administration from Stockholm University. His research interests include V2X and wireless access networks. He has served as coordinator of 5GCAR. 

Antonio Barciela, R&D Connected Vehicle Program Manager, PSA Groupe. He is a telecom engineer with long experience in mobile oriented projects and a strong IT background in network, security and protocols. Since 2012 he has been working in the R&D department for connectivity projects mainly related to the interaction between the vehicle and the smartphone and 5G related projects. In 5GCAR, Antonio has led the work on scenarios, business and spectrum.

Zexian Li is a senior specialist at Nokia Bell Labs, Finland. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) and his Ph.D. degree from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), P. R. China. Since 2005, he has been with Nokia, Finland, focused on research and standardisation activities on broadband wireless communication systems, most recently on 5G and LTE-A Pro. Currently, his research interests include 5G and beyond, MTC/IoT for vertical applications and future wireless technologies for improving our life. In 5GCAR, he has acted as the 5G V2X radio interface leader. 

Massimo Condoluci, Massimo Condoluci is an Experienced Researcher at Ericsson, where he focuses on core network enhancements for automotive, contributes to 3GPP standardisation activities and serves as 5GAA delegate.
He is a member of the editorial board of Mobile Information Systems and Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing. Prior to joining Ericssonm he was Research Associate at the Centre for Telecommunications Research (CTR), King's College London. He received his Ph.D. in information technology in 2016 from the University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, Italy, where he focused on access optimisation for MTC and resource allocation for multicasting.




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