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5GCroCo Barcelona Trial Site for Cross-border Anticipated Cooperative Collision Avoidance

Muñoz, Raül; Vázquez-Gallego, Francisco; Casellas, Ramon; Vilalta, Ricard; Sedar, Roshan; Alemany, Pol; Martinez, Ricardo; Alonso-Zarate, Jesus; Moscatelli, Francesca; Landi, Giada; Datta Kanti, Soumya; Härri, Jerome; Papageorgiou, Apostolos; Catalan-Cid, Miguel; Vilajosona, Xavier; Bartoli, Andrea; Guilhot, Denis; Rodrigo, Silva; Dizambourg, Laurent; Fernandez, Antonio; Muehleisen, Maciej

Cooperative, connected and automated mobility(CCAM) services along different countries require cross-bordersolutions to support seamless delivery of services in a multi-operator, multi-telco-vendor, and multi-car-manufacturer sce-nario. The H2020 5GCroCo project will trial 5G technologies inthe European cross-border corridor along France, Germany andLuxembourg, as well as in five small-scale trial sites. 5GCroCoanalyses three cross-border use cases: tele-operated driving, high-definition map generation and distribution for autonomous vehi-cles, and anticipated cooperative collision avoidance (ACCA). Thispaper presents the infrastructure, control architecture, backendsoftware, and end-to-end service orchestration of the cross-borderACCA use case deployed in the Barcelona small-scale trial site.

Grant numbers : AURORAS - Autonomic and disaggregated optical networks leveraging edge computing and photonic technologies (RTI2018-099178-B-I00).
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