The European Intelligent Transport organisation ERTICO has announced two new projects to test and evaluate 5G-related services.
5G-LOGINNOV aims to see how connected technology can be used to reduce emissions by synchronising 5G in intelligent approaches to the management, routing and optimisation in port areas and use a secure information sharing infrastructure. 5G-META will evaluate and showcase the added value of 5G technology for connected and automated mobility applications.
The 5G-LOGINNOV project brings together 15 partners to evaluate and showcase the added value of 5G technology for logistics and port operations in three Living Labs in Greece, Germany and Slovenia.
“With 5G-LOGINNOV, ERTICO goes one step further in deploying its roadmap. Our goal is in fact to increase interoperability, connectivity in the optimisation of cargo flows, and to facilitate supply chain management, whilst making better use of existing resources”, said ERTICO Senior Manager and project coordinator Eusebiu Catana. “5G-LOGINNOV will in fact pave the way towards efficient freight and traffic operations at ports and logistics hubs by using new innovative concepts, applications and devices supported by 5G technologies, Internet of Things, data analytics, next generation traffic management.”
With the project 5G-META ERTICO will work with 11 Partners to empowering the automotive ecosystem from industry players to new entrants, such as SMEs and high-tech start-ups, granting access to interoperable car-captured data according to data licenses.