Get a (here) quick overview of who we are, what we try to achieve and how we do this in the Clear5G project.
The Clear5G project team will officially start working on the project on September 1st 2017. The project kick off will be held on September 19th and 20th at the University of Surrey and will be hosted by the 5GIC (5G Innovation centre) team. During the first months we will detail the use cases, evaluate, together with our manufacturing partners, the actual real world requirements for wireless systems in industrial environments and start defining the system requirements which will then influence the design on PHY, MAC and networking layers.k.moessner, 15.08.2017 | Posted in
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The post "5G to Enhance Industrial IoT and Transform Industry Starting in 2020" by Wendy Harding, argues that mobile communication will become a key enabler for industrial IoT, in particular the importance of mobile and wireless connectivity for factory automation and process control are of high relevance to Clear5G and the challenges we are tackling.k.moessner, 15.08.2017 | Posted in
Back in 2016, the European Comission published the "The 5G Action Plan" which is a strategic initiative that addresses all stakeholders, from private to public, small to large, and in all Member States. The initiative is intended to meet the challenge of making 5G a reality for all citizens and businesses by the end of this decade!
Part of the Action Plan, and of particular relevance for Clear5G, is the vision that 5G will lead to an industrial transformation through wireless broadband services provided at Gigabit speeds. This does not only include the expectation that 5G will offer data connections above 10 Gigabits per second, and latencies below 5 milliseconds, but also the exploitation to exploit any available wireless resources (from Wi-Fi to 4G) and to handle millions of connected devices simultaneously.k.moessner, 11.08.2017 | Posted in