5GTNF Results and Demo Seminar

You are invited to 5GTNF result seminar on 01.11.2019 at Aalto University (A-grid), Otakaari 5 A, 02150 Espoo.

The goal of the event is to share information about key results and demos related to 5G evolution based solutions for vertical industries and tell about 5GTNF utilization possibilities.

5G Test Network Finland is ecosystem for 5G and beyond technology and service development. It includes state-of-the-art technologies and support development of vertical trials in their real operational environments.

Please register here no later than 25 October.

The event is free of charge.

 

Program:

09.00-09.05: Opening

09.05-09.20: Connected and intelligent industries vision and program intro (Toni Mattila, Business Finland)

09.20 – 10.40: Industry visions about future vertical industry use cases and 5G evolution based solutions

  • Novel platform-based ecosystemic business models in 5G evolution (Seppo Yrjölä, Nokia)
  • 5G evolution for industrial use cases (Johan Torsner, Ericsson)
  • 5G status and use cases (Mika Raitola, Telia)
  • Thruster Digital Twin case in a marine domain and greetings to 5G (Joni Keski-Rahkonen, Kongsberg)

10.40 – 10.50: 10 min break

10.50 – 12.30: 5GTNF Key results introduction and utilization possibilities

  • 10.50 – 11.00: 5GTNF ecosystem overview (Kyösti Rautiola, VTT)
  • 11.00 – 11.15: 5G-FORCE research platform (Jose Costa, Aalto)
  • 11.15 – 11.30: 5G Vertical Integrated Industry for Massive Automation (Olli Liinamaa, University of Oulu/CWC)
  • 11.30 – 11.45: Smart Otaniemi (Seppo Horsmanheimo, VTT)
  • 11.45 – 12.00: ReBoot IoT Factory (Marko Jurvansuu, VTT)
  • 12.00 – 12.15: Decentralized Cross-commodity Energy Management (Juho Pirskainen, Wirepas)
  • 12.15 – 12.30: 5G for cooperative & connected automated MOBIility on X-border corridors (Edward Mutafungwa, Aalto)

12.30 – 13.30: Lunch  break

13.30 – 16.00: Demos and posters session: 5G technologies and solutions for verticals

  • 5G technologies
    • Mobile Communications at Beyond 50 GHz Bands
    • 5G Networks and UAVs
    • 5G Networks and Mesh
    • Realm Gateway for remote access to private networks
    • Cooperative security for 5G and the Internet
    • Slicing
    • Visual content analysis in multiple streams of different quality over 5G network
    • NLP demo for Finnish language
  • Smart industries
    • A smart grid
    • Medium and low voltage electric network monitoring with 5G
    • Virtual Sensoring with Digital Twin
    • AI Foreman
    • Employee introduction with Virtual Reality
    • Standard Robot Interface
  • Smart cities and living
    • Building blocks towards energy autonomous 5G
    • 5GTNF enabling connectivity for Smart Otaniemi pilots
    • Enabling cross-commodity energy sharing for a more sustainable future
    • 5G enhanced mobile broadband access in crowded environments
    • Sensing and analytics of air quality
    • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Vertical Applications’ Trials Leveraging Advanced 5G Facilities
    • Multimedia Public Warning message transmission
    • Real Time eMBMS for emergency
    • 5G solutions for seach and capture, emergency respose, support for rural use
  • Smart mobility
    • 5G for cooperative & connected automated mobility on x-border corridors
    • A Crowd-Sensing Platform for Cooperative Driving
    • LEVIS (LivE VehIcle Streaming) platform
    • Hybrid positioning system for exploration of new location based services in 5G
    • Road Safety Enhancements enabled by 5G
  • Smart health and wellbeing
    • AR/VR Hospital use case
    • Advanced 5G validation trials across multiple vertical industries

More information:

Kyösti Rautiola (kyosti.rautiola@vtt.fi),

Jose Costa (jose.costa@aalto.fi)

Open 5G connection in Finland’s test network now in use

Test network infrastructure updates announced at the Oulu site. Read more from 5GTN news.

MIDIH Open call 2 is now open for SMEs

Manufacturing Industry Digital Innovation Hubs (MIDIH) is a project co-funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and participating partners. The project has cascade funding for European SMEs.

MIDIH Call-2 targets the development of data driven applications, by IT SMEs as technology providers, and experiments in Cyber Physical Systems preferably by Manufacturing SMEs.

The open call aims at complementing functionalities around MIDIH reference architecture and performing experiments in CPS/IOT based on the components provided by the architecture. The experiments must cover one of the three main scenarios: Smart Factory or Smart Product or Smart Supply chain.

Link to open call details, guidelines and proposal template is https://midih.eu/opencall_2.php

5G Test Network Finland (5GTNF) ecosystem aims at 5G and beyond technologies and solutions for several industries

Commercialization of the first 5G network generation is starting. At the same time, Beyond 5G (B5G) R&D and utilization of AI and novel cyber security concepts are ramping up and offering excellent business opportunities to both telecom and vertical industries. General goal of 5G Test Network Finland (5GTNF) is to fill the gap between laboratory-based testing environments and commercial network deployments, offer trialing support, and tailored infrastructures for telecom and vertical industries and strengthen position of Finland in B5G R&D and utilization of 5G, artificial intelligence (AI) and novel cyber security concepts.

“5GTNF is open and evolving ecosystem supporting Beyond 5G technology research and validation, vertical industry product development and pioneer company experiments”, says Toni Mattila, Connected Intelligent Industries Finland Program Director from Business Finland. The focus of work is on 5G and beyond communication concepts, development towards smart networks and 6G, utilization of AI in radio resource and network management and vertical use case implementations utilizing B5G telecom, AI and cyber security concepts. Achievement of targets requires close co-operation between telecom and vertical area technology and business experts.

Integration of test environments in multiple locations and centralized management of resources enable flexible support to 5G and beyond technologies and services research, development and validation

“Vertical systems providers need a test environment to develop 5G/B5G-based applications and services, and telecom industry needs a test environment based on real vertical system and service requirements”, says Marjo Uusi-Pantti, 5G Momentum project manager from Traficom. The common core of the ecosystem is platform project focusing B5G, cyber security and AI research, development of common test network modules and development and integration of test network. In addition, the ecosystem has several vertical projects focusing on vertical specific technology R&D, development of vertical specific technology components and solutions and implementation of vertical trials. Vertical projects are focusing on solutions needed by smart industries, cities and living, mobility and health and wellbeing.

5GTNF is a joint effort from industry, academia and Finnish government including network manufacturers, operators, technology and R&D service providers, testing systems and tools manufacturers, vertical industry application developers, public organizations and research organizations. The best R&D partners in Finland and abroad are working closely together to achieve to world class results. “One of the key result is open test platform for Finnish business activities utilizing 5G technologies”, says Kyösti Rautiola, 5GTNF ecosystem manager, Principal Scientist from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.

5GTNF Demo Seminar

5GTNF demo seminar will be arranged on 15.11.2018 at Aalto University (A-grid), Otakaari 5 A, 02150 Espoo and at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Kaitoväylä 1, 90571 Oulu.

The goal of the event is to share information about 5GTNF key results and demos, distribute information about 5GTNF utilization possibilities and inform about 5GTNF future targets.

Please register to the event by 8 November 2018. The event is free of charge.

The event program is presented in the attached invitation leaflet: 5GTNF_demoseminar_1511_2018_leaflet