The 5G-Vision work group of the 5G-Infrastructure-Association and the Networld2020 Expert Advisory Group held a joint workshop in Paris on the 29 June 2015, collocated with EUCNC’15.
The workshop has 3 relevant topics:
“Looking Beyond 5G”, with the objective of identifying disruptive technologies and clean-slate approaches for new, very advanced communication systems.
Experimental facilities for 5G, and
5G roadmap / TRL of 5G technologies
The workshop in the Palais des Congrès of Issy les Moulineau in Paris, France has over 100 Vision Group and Expert Group members attending to share their visions and opinions and to prepare papers on the priorities for research and innovations for the next period leading to 5G and beyond.
The major objective and responsibility of the 5G-Vision work group of the 5G-Infrastructure-Association is to create road maps showing where we want to be with 5G by 2020 and how we can get there, and to use this to give direction to the European 5G initiative and specifically the 5G-PPP.
The major objective and responsibility of the Networld2020 Expert Advisory Group is to consult and give advice to NetWorld2020 community from the scientific perspective and to advocate for the interests of the research community. Therefore this group should mainly represent R&D centres and the academic domain. However, representatives from other stakeholder groups are also welcome to contribute. The composition of the group is renewed for each new election period of the Networld2020 community.