The 5G Infrastructure Association has launched an activity in 2016 to first, generate a strategy for developing a Pan-European 5G Trials Roadmap, and then, second, to prepare the comprehensive Trials Roadmap.
To generate these documents and roadmaps the 5G Infrastructure Association initiated and coordinates a 5G Trials Working Group expanding the work initiated by the Industry and EC in the context of respectively the 5G Manifesto of industry in Europe and the 5G Action Plan of the EU Commission.
The 5G Pan-EU Trials Roadmap Version 2.0 has just been released.
You can download this version of the Trials Roadmap here: 5G-PPP Trials Roadmap Version 2.0
It was presented and discussed at the 4th Global 5G event in Seoul, Korea on the 22-23 November 2017.
The Trials WG has been elaborating a solid and comprehensive strategy to develop the Pan-EU coordinated trials as well as international trials with non-EU partner countries. The 5G Pan-EU Trials Roadmap is addressing several of the 5G Action Plan (5GAP) key elements and targets to develop the necessary synergies between these elements.
This Roadmap Version 2.0 addresses the latest up-dates of the Roadmap strategy, the 5G Private Trials, the 5G Platforms, the 5G Vertical Pilots, the 5G Pan-EU Flagship event 5G for UEFA EURO 2020 and the 5G Trials Cities.
The main objectives of the Roadmap are to:
The comprehensive Trials Roadmap document version 1.0 was released shortly before the 3rd 5G Global Event organized on 24-25.05.17 in Tokyo. 5G PPP Trials Roadmap Version-1, May 2017
This document was made available ahead of MWC 2017, focusing on the Trials Roadmap strategy, with a view to inform the community of the approach being taken and to invite more contributions. The Trials Roadmap Strategy Document may be Downloaded here.
The Trials Working Group was launched by 5G Infrastructure Association in September 2016 after the publication of the 5G Manifesto of industry in Europe and in the context of the 5G Action Plan of the EU Commission. According to the 5G Manifesto industry in Europe will develop by beginning of 2017 a European trial roadmap on technology trials and Pan-European trials with vertical sector use cases.
5G Infrastructure Association is hosting this Working Group in order to provide a neutral place for such discussions. The Working Group is open for
Membership in 5G Infrastructure Association is not required to participate in the activities.
If you are interested in participating in this work, please send a mail to TrialsRoadmap(at)5g-ppp.eu highlighting briefly how you would like to contribute to the work of the group.