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In 2035, when 5G’s full economic benefit should be realised across the globe, a broad range of industries – from transportation to entertainment and education, and everything in between – could produce up to 10.7 trillion euros worth of goods and services enabled by 5G mobile technology. Meanwhile, Europe’s 5G Public Private Partnership (5G PPP) is developing new applications across a diverse set of verticals spanning proofs of concept, prototypes, demonstrations, trials, and pilots in order to validate the functionalities defined for 5G by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) – Enhanced Mobile Broadband, Massive Machine Type Communications, and Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications – so consumers and sector end users can really know what 5G is all about.

How to use the 5G PPP verticals cartography:

The use-case experiments are taking place in Europe between 2018 and 2020, with more projects coming on board in 2019. You can view the experiments by sector, country, and ITU functionality by clicking on the boxes on the right. New country locations and tests will be added in the future. Meanwhile, enjoy our 5G PPP showcase.

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MATILDA: Remote Control and Monitoring of Automobile Electrical Systems Use Case

Meeting the need to remotely send and receive all data and signals to and from an automobile’s Electronic Control Units (ECUs). 

Broadcasting & Media

MATILDA: High Resolution Media on Demand

Enabling telecom service provide to offer high resolution media on-demand service. Connecting 5G to smartphones, PCs, TVs for flash events like highlights from football matches with rapid updates on demand. 

Optimized bandwisìdth use and power consumption. 

Public Safety

MATILDA: 5G for Public Protection and Disaster Relief

5G emergency communications infrastructure and services using end-to-end software defined networking and network function virtualization. Emergency response for real-time monitoring and protection of critical infrastructure. 

Smart Cities - indoor spaces

IoRL: video streaming, video communications and location based services

Demonstrating significant improvements for indoor connectivity through the creation of Remote Radio Light Heads. Supporting high throughput, low latencies and improved location accuracy with demonstrations in homes, museums, railway tunnels and supermarkets.

Smart Cities - multiple verticals

BlueSpace: Broadband Access in crowded areas

New technology solutions key to providing high data rate services to large numbers of mobile users in concentrated spaces, such as in football stadiums, concerted and crowded public spaces, such as open squares and large metro stations. 

Broadcasting & Media

5G-XCast: Distribution of media content at scale in future 5G networks

A multimedia service that combines live (linear) and on-demand (non-linear) audiovisual content. Enriching user experience with personalized content, including social media and interactivity at different venues and across geographical areas. 

Broadcasting & Media

5G-XCast: Object oriented broadcasting

Delivering object-based broadcasting, spanning audio, video, captions, based on device capabilities, the environment and user preferences. 

Broadcasting & Media

5Gtango: Communications Suite

Enabling the setting-up of videoconferences for multiple participants, supporting chat, group chat, file sharing, desktop sharing and other added-value features. Scalable services, including Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).

Broadcasting & Media

5Gtango: Immersive Media

Capturing live events using a 360° camera at 4K resolution, streaming it to users at home, using VR head mounted displays, desktops or smartphones with enriched, personalized content. 

Broadcasting & Media

5G-PICTURE: Mega-Event in stadium

Media services in large venues, using a dedicated 5G-stadium testbed, meeting need for increased density and static-to-low mobility.