SPEED-5G at CEPT PT1 meeting in Berlin
The SPEED-5G project was presented at the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) meeting ECC PT1/2017/ECC PT1#55, which was held on 24-28 April 2017 at the German Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digital Infrastruktur BMVI – http://www.bmvi.de/ ) in Berlin. On 27 April, Klaus Moessner from the University of Surrey presented the scope of SPEED-5G, aiming to deliver 5G KPIs through breaking down the technology silos that dominate the cellular, WiFi, and IoT communication systems. He presented the enhanced Dynamic Spectrum Access (eDSA) approach and the specification of the architecture as well as a discussion on the optimisation of resource efficiency.
The presentation was given to the PT1 plenary and was attended by around 60 delegates from the 48 CEPT member states, including the country delegations as well as representatives from the major industry players, i.e. operators (Bouygues telecom, Telefonica, Orange, Avanti, Deutsche Telekom), manufacturers (Nokia Networks, Huawei, Ericsson, Sony, Harris), as well as other fora and organisations (NATO, DECT Forum, ESA, and others).
Further information about CEPT PT1 is available on the CEPT website