The 5G PPP partnership board has tasked the 5G PPP automotive working group in cooperation with key stakeholders such as the GSMA, 5GAA, 5G PPP V2X projects, Commission to develop a common Strategic Deployment Agenda(SDA), which defines the roadmap with implementation recommendations of deployment and geographical role out towards establishing pan-EU 5G Corridors for Connected Automated Mobility (CAM).
The European Commission has selected the pan-European 5G (cross-border) corridors as the initial digital transformation flagship project for Europe. The European Commission also aims at coordinating 5G launch in all EU Member States by the end of 2020. Full coverage in urban areas as well as along main transport paths (roads and railways) is expected by 2025.
n this context, Mikael Fallgren, Chairman of the 5G PPP Automotive Working Group took part of the 13the ITS Europe Congress in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, on June 5, 2019.
Mikael Fallgreen presented cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) and needs to be met. He emphasized on his vision and on challenges to be overcome. He stressed three necessary conditions to face the deployment of 5G corridors infrastructure in Europe challenge:
He also underlined major service requirements for CAM:
To conclude, he gave his views on economic and business issues, demonstrating building a network was expensive and pushing towards sharing alternatives and appropriate business logic.