5G-Blueprint

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The 5G-Blueprint project is an international consortium of 28 parties. Together, these partners will be researching how real-time data exchange to and from vehicles, between terminals and vehicles, and between vehicles and distribution centers can contribute to increased efficiency in the supply chain, and help to resolve driver shortages by providing remote control of and support for vehicles and vessels. These developments are expected to improve accessibility of a key logistical corridor between the Netherlands and Belgium (Vlissingen – Ghent – Antwerp), as well as creating more jobs and strengthening the competitive position of the region. New 5G telecommunication technologies can be deployed as a useful resource in this area.

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What is the goal of the project?

The main research objective within the 5G-Blueprint project is to realise the cross-border 5G connectivity, which is crucial for crossborder real-time data exchanges to and from vehicles. The role of Eurofiber within the project is to research how public networks - such as those of the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management of the Netherlands and the Flemish government - can be used for a 5G application. Our research consists of the following questions; how can we connect various public networks in the Netherlands and Belgium, how do you coordinate this within the market and how do you carry this out technically, legally and operationally?

What is the result of the project?

These developments are expected to improve accessibility of a key logistical corridor between the Netherlands and Belgium, as well as creating more jobs and strengthening the competitive position of the region. New 5G telecommunication technologies can be deployed as a useful resource in this area.

Who initiated the project and which organizations are involved?

The project “5G-Blueprint”, is funded by the European Commission. Eurofiber, KPN, Rijkswaterstaat, Terberg Benschop, Verbrugge, Kloosterboer, Sweco en Swarco are the Dutch participants of 5G-Blueprint.

What is the next step?

The main research objective within the 5G-Blueprint project is to realise the cross-border 5G connectivity, which is crucial for crossborder real-time data exchanges to and from vehicles.

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