Conference paper Open Access
Kousaridas, Apostolos; Spapis, Panagiotis; Gallo, Laurent; Villeforceix, Bernadette; Li, YunXi; Sun, Wanlu; Condoluci, Massimo; Hu, Liang; Mahmoodi, Toktam; Vilalta, Ricard; Dilinger, Markus
This paper presents a set of architectural solutions for the connected car, by introducing a 5G V2X architecture being able to work in multi-operator and multi-OEM scenarios. 5G technologies will enable vehicles to be connected to the networks and also to be able to communicate with each other with ultra-high reliability and very low latency. Leveraging such kind of connectivity will enable disruptive new applications that will allow improving driving efficiency and boosting road safety.
Objectives, use cases and results from the EC-funded 5GPPP 5GCAR project are presented, including a set of technology components such as local end-to-end data paths, multi-link and
multi-RAT traffic flow and QoS management, location-aware scheduling techniques, and 5G V2X Network Slicing.
Architecture and Enablers of 5G V2X Network Slice.pdf