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Deliverable D6.6: Quality and Risk Management Plan19 Jan 2022This document is the deliverable D6.6 – Quality and Risk Management Plan (QMP) of 5G-LOGINNOV, aiming at providing a single point of reference for the quality management processes implemented during the project.Download
Deliverable D6.4: Data Management Plan19 Jan 2022The Open access to Research Data Pilot (ORDP) aims to improve access to and re-use of research data generated by Horizon 2020 projects. 5G-LOGINNOV is fully committed to ORDP. As such, the development of a Data Management Plan (DMP) is required and is embodied in this deliverable. The 5G-LOGINNOV DMP focuses on the governance of data generated and collected during the project, considering the ethics rules and GDPR. It details what data the project will generate and what datasets will be made publicly accessible for research purposes. According to the project’s description of work, the DMP will be issued in two versions. This deliverable corresponds to the first version.Download
Deliverable D6.2: Innovation Management Plan19 Jan 2022Deliverable 6.2 presents the project plan for dealing with innovation. It presents a working framework as well as various instruments that will be used to assess the potential for innovation in 5G-LOGINNOV. 5G-LOGINNOV will adapt and implement the innovation management processes defined in CEN/TS 16 cen-1:2013. This is intended to be a living document, and it will be updated throughout the lifecycle of the project, with the aim of ensuring that the final results of the project are implemented to best meet the needs of the market with the currently available technologies.Download
Deliverable D6.1: Project management plan19 Jan 2022The Project’s ambitious work plan includes cyclic iterations of specifications, development, trials and evaluation activities. Testing and validation of the 5G technology will be carried out along three trial sites related to three ports & ports-cities areas. There are also cross-cutting activities to maximise impact related to deployment enablers and communication and dissemination of the Project’s results. The Project Consortium includes 15 beneficiaries. This large Consortium will share responsibilities of tasks divided into eight work packages (WPs) across 8 EU countries.Download
Deliverable 5.2: Dissemination Plan19 Jan 2022Deliverable 5.2 will set out the overall dissemination strategy, plan and channels to reach the defined target throught the life cycle of the project. The document will provide guidelines and tools for promoting and diffusing project actions and results, together with the approach for the consistent management of the Dissemination strategy and all the other actions involved in the WP5 dedicated to Communication, Exploitation, Standardisation and Spectrum and Clustering and Networking.Download
Deliverable D5.1: Communication Channels and Plan19 Jan 2022Deliverable 5.1 will set out the overall communication strategy, plan, and channels to be used by consortium members through the lifecycle of the project. The document will provide guidelines and tools for promoting and diffusing project actions and results.Download
Deliverable D4.1: Plan for boosting marketplace and emergence of new actors19 Jan 2022The purpose of the present deliverable is to provide the baseline information to implement the 5G-LOGINNOV activities to boost market possibilities and involve new actors and start-ups in the project process. Thus, the document reports the main findings from the Task 4.1 “Strategy supporting next generation logistics operations”, mainly by analysing and assessing: - The state-of-the-art of relevant past and current applications and ongoing projects (chapter 2). - The level of knowledge of innovative technologies of the 5G-LOGINNOV living lab stakeholders (chapter 3). As a result, this document highlights the stakeholders’ needs, gains and pains, and interactions needed to enhance the uptake of 5G-enabled core technologies and of other linked innovations. Based on these results and on parallel 5G-LOGINNOV activities (mainly within Task 1.1), this deliverable defines the 5G-LOGINNOV collaborative approach to enhance market opportunities of the new actors that will be involved in the project timeline (chapter 4).Download
Deliverable D3.1: Trial methodology, planning and coordination19 Jan 2022The deliverable D3.1 ’Trial methodology, planning and coordination’ is result of task 3.1 within the work package 3 (WP3) of the 5G-LOGINNOV project. It defines the framework of the tasks T3.2, T3.3 and T3.4 within WP3.Download
Deliverable D2.2: Data collection and evaluation procedures19 Jan 2022This deliverable provides details on the data collection architecture and the tools to be implemented and deployed to this purpose. In particular, it describes the central data collection tool which gathers all the evaluation data and makes them available to the evaluation teamDownload
Deliverable D2.1: Development and deployment plan19 Jan 2022This deliverable aims to provide a common timeline and guidance for the alignment of development and deployment activities across all the three 5G-LOGINNOV Living Labs, i.e., Athens, Hamburg and Koper. It details the methodology and tools used for closely monitoring the rollout activities of each LL, including the identification of potential synergies across LLs and to prevent both time and scope deviations from the original plans set out in this document, ensuring readiness for WP3 trials.Download
Deliverable 1.4: Initial specification of evaluation and KPIs19 Jan 2022This deliverable presents the evaluation methodology that will be carried out to evaluate the impact of the use cases that will be demonstrated in the context of 5G-LOGINNOV. The proposed approach consists of an Action Plan that specifies the list of actions and a qualitative and quantitative analysis.Download
Deliverable D1.3: 5G-enabled Living Labs infrastructure19 Jan 2022Deliverable D1.3 aims to specify the Living Lab infrastructure requirements of the equipment to be provided for the three pilot sites, Hamburg, Luka Koper and Athens, respectively. Such infrastructure includes requirements for devices needed for the port operation, maintenance equipment, local traffic management systems, and telematics on-board-units as well as connected IoT items.Download
Deliverable D1.2: 5G architecture and technologies for logistics use cases19 Jan 2022Deliverable D1.2 outlines the main 5G network architecture and its requirements for the 5G-LOGINNOV project based on the current relevant state of the art and beyond. The relevant state-of-the-art is the result of systematic work of various organizations, such as 3GPP and ETSI and various working groups within 5G PPP.Download
Deliverable 1.1 5G-enabled logistics use cases19 Jan 2022The purpose of this document is to draft the scope of use cases that will be implemented and demonstrated at the three Living Labs of the project. The main objectives of this document are: - To state and establish a common understanding of the ambition and scope of each LL. - To determine partners and stakeholders involved in each use case. - To identify the gaps that will be addressed (and how). - To define the boundaries of the Open Call for innovative start-ups supporting the LLs. The document includes an overview of 5G technology, describing the distinctive features/services and vertical applications that are particularly relevant for the logistics domain; such features/services are mapped to planned use cases through an application matrix showing how they contribute to their realization.Download
ICCS at Connecting EU Insights22 Dec 2021Download
5G intelligent transport system and services​23 Nov 2021November 22nd - 5G Techritory aggregated presentations Download
Piraeus-Athens Living Lab Use Cases22 Oct 2021Pavlos Basaras, Project Manager-Senior Researcher, ICCS. 27th April 2021.Download
Connectivity and beyond22 Oct 2021Dr. Eusebiu Catana Senior Manager, ERTICO-ITS Europe 27th April 2021.Download
Emerging 5G business opportunities and models22 Oct 2021Mariangela Rosano ICOOR. April 27, 2021.Download
5GLoginnov Truck Platooning22 Oct 2021Ralf Willenbrock, T-Systems International GmbH, Program Manager I.T.S. Rome, 27th April 2021. Download
5G innovation for European ports and hub-logistics22 Oct 2021Port of Koper Living Lab Use Cases, Dejan Šošter. Rome, 27th April 2021. Download
Luka Koper Living Lab14 Oct 2021Download
Athens Living Lab14 Oct 2021Download
Hamburg Living Lab14 Oct 2021Download
Vertical Innovations in Transport and Logistics over 5G experimentation facilities – Hamburg7 Oct 2021Download
Vertical Innovations in Transport and Logistics over 5G experimentation facilities – Athens6 Oct 2021Download
Vertical Innovations in Transport and Logistics over 5G experimentation facilities – Koper6 Oct 2021Download
5G-Techritory 2020  – 6th ITS Hellas Virtual Conference 20202 Oct 2021Download
Baltic Transport30 Sep 2021Eusebiu Catana An article about the three projects 5G-LOGINNOV,FENIX & STORM has been published in the Baltic Journal.Download
Business Case and Technology Analysis for 5G Low Latency Applications25 Aug 2021M.A. Lema (IEEE), A.Laya (KTH), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE), M.Cuevas (British Telecom), J. Sachs (Ericsson Research), J.Markendahl (KTH), M.Dohler (IEEE)A large number of new consumer and industrial applications are likely to change the classic operator's business models and provide a wide range of new markets to enter. Download
What Drives the High Price of Road Freight Transport in Central America25 Aug 2021T. Osborne, M.C. Pachone, G.E. ArayaIn Central America, like many other developing regions, high transport costs are cited as an important impediment to trade and economic growth.Download
Towards Haptic Communications over the 5G Tactile Internet25 Aug 2021K. Antonakoglou (IEEE), X.Xu (TUM), E. Steinbach (TUM), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE), M. Dohler (IEEE)Touch is currently seen as the modality that will complement audition and vision as a third media stream over the Internet in a variety of future haptic applications which will allow full immersion and that will, in many ways, impact societyDownload
Network slicing management & prioritization in 5G mobile systems25 Aug 2021M. Jiang (IEEE), M. Condoluci (IEEE), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE)5G mobile network is expected to serve flexible requirements hence dynamically allocate network resources according to the demands. Download
Network slicing in 5G: an Auction-Based Model25 Aug 2021M. Jiang (IEEE), M. Condoluci (IEEE), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE)The 5G mobile network is expected to meet the diverse demands from multiple types of business services.Download
Enhancing port’s competitiveness thanks to 5G enabled applications and services25 Aug 2021A. Porelli (ICOOR), S. Hadjidimitriou (ICOOR), M. Rosano (ICOOR), S. Musso (ICOOR)This work aims to evaluate a set of Critical Success Factors (CSF) that are important for port operations optimization. Download
Enabling the loT Machine Age With 5G: Machine-Type Multicast Services for Innovative Real-Time Applications25 Aug 2021M. Condoluci (Member IEEE), G. Araniti (Senior Member IEEE), T. Mahmoodi (Senior Member IEEE), M. Dohler (Fellow IEEE)The Internet of Things (IoT) will shortly be undergoing a major transformation from a sensor-driven paradigm to one that is heavily complemented by actuators, drones, and robots. Download
5G Enabled Video Analytics for Detecting Container Seals in Port Operations25 Aug 2021P. Basaras (ICCS), K.V. Katsaros (ICCS), G. Kanellopoulos (ICCS), S. Tsagalas (Piraeus Container Terminal S.A), A. J. Amditis (ICCS)This article is focused on port control, logistics and remote automation, and aims at detecting the presence/absence of seals at cargo containers. Download
5G Technologies for Future European Ports. Port of Koper Use Case’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Summary of the presentation.Download
5G Technology Innovations and IoT solutions in Port Operations. Athens. Piraeous Container Terminal Use Case’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Summary of the presentation.Download
5G enabled business opportunities and models for new players in the logistics domain’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Summary of the presentation.Download
5G ecosystems for sustainable port/hinterland connections’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Summary of the presentation.Download
The 5G-LOGINNOV Project General Presentation23 Jul 2021Summary of the presentation.Download
5G PPP Phase 3 Projects Brochure 202122 Jul 20215G PPPThe 5G PPP Phase 3 provides massive support to this objective, with comprehensive trial and pilot opportunities offered not only to the ICT industry but also to vertical user industries to test their innovative use cases with large scale 5G infrastructures. Download
The European 5G Annual Journal 202122 Jul 20215G PPPIn the timeframe of this annual report the last set of 5G PPP projects have started.Download
On the Distribution of ML Workloads to the Network Edge and Beyond22 Jul 2021G. Drainakis (ICCS), K.V. Katsaros (ICCS), V. Sourlas (ICCS), A. Amditis (ICCS)The emerging paradigm of edge computing has revolutionized network applications, delivering computational power closer to the end-user.Download
5G – LOGistics value chain INNOVation22 Jul 2021R. Willenbrock (T-System), P. Basaras (ICCS), J. Sterle (INTERNET INSTITUTE), S. Hadjidimitriou (ICOOR), E. Catana (ERTICO- ITS Europe)This paper describes the Living Labs and the corresponding Use Cases that will be demonstrated in the context of 5G-LOGINNOV, a European Union project funded under the H2020 framework that has started in September 2020 and will last three years. Download
5G Experimentation for Public Safety: Technologies, Facilities and Use Cases22 Jul 2021M. Volk (University of Ljubljana), J. Sterle (INTERNET INSTITUTE)Today, legacy PMRs continue to be the only group of tested, verified and certified technologies for the Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) sector.Download
Deliverable D6.4: Data Management Plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D2.1: Development and deployment plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable 5.1: Communication Channels and Plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D4.1: Plan for boosting market-place and emergence of new actors22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D5.2: Dissemination Plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.1: 5G-enabled logistics use cases22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable 1.4: Initial specification of evaluation and KPIs22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.2: 5G architecture and technologies for logistics use cases22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.5: Data and cyber protection policies22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.3: 5G-enabled Living Labs infrastructure16 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download

TitleDateAuthorSummary
Deliverable D6.6: Quality and Risk Management Plan19 Jan 2022This document is the deliverable D6.6 – Quality and Risk Management Plan (QMP) of 5G-LOGINNOV, aiming at providing a single point of reference for the quality management processes implemented during the project.Download
Deliverable D6.4: Data Management Plan19 Jan 2022The Open access to Research Data Pilot (ORDP) aims to improve access to and re-use of research data generated by Horizon 2020 projects. 5G-LOGINNOV is fully committed to ORDP. As such, the development of a Data Management Plan (DMP) is required and is embodied in this deliverable. The 5G-LOGINNOV DMP focuses on the governance of data generated and collected during the project, considering the ethics rules and GDPR. It details what data the project will generate and what datasets will be made publicly accessible for research purposes. According to the project’s description of work, the DMP will be issued in two versions. This deliverable corresponds to the first version.Download
Deliverable D6.2: Innovation Management Plan19 Jan 2022Deliverable 6.2 presents the project plan for dealing with innovation. It presents a working framework as well as various instruments that will be used to assess the potential for innovation in 5G-LOGINNOV. 5G-LOGINNOV will adapt and implement the innovation management processes defined in CEN/TS 16 cen-1:2013. This is intended to be a living document, and it will be updated throughout the lifecycle of the project, with the aim of ensuring that the final results of the project are implemented to best meet the needs of the market with the currently available technologies.Download
Deliverable D6.1: Project management plan19 Jan 2022The Project’s ambitious work plan includes cyclic iterations of specifications, development, trials and evaluation activities. Testing and validation of the 5G technology will be carried out along three trial sites related to three ports & ports-cities areas. There are also cross-cutting activities to maximise impact related to deployment enablers and communication and dissemination of the Project’s results. The Project Consortium includes 15 beneficiaries. This large Consortium will share responsibilities of tasks divided into eight work packages (WPs) across 8 EU countries.Download
Deliverable 5.2: Dissemination Plan19 Jan 2022Deliverable 5.2 will set out the overall dissemination strategy, plan and channels to reach the defined target throught the life cycle of the project. The document will provide guidelines and tools for promoting and diffusing project actions and results, together with the approach for the consistent management of the Dissemination strategy and all the other actions involved in the WP5 dedicated to Communication, Exploitation, Standardisation and Spectrum and Clustering and Networking.Download
Deliverable D5.1: Communication Channels and Plan19 Jan 2022Deliverable 5.1 will set out the overall communication strategy, plan, and channels to be used by consortium members through the lifecycle of the project. The document will provide guidelines and tools for promoting and diffusing project actions and results.Download
Deliverable D4.1: Plan for boosting marketplace and emergence of new actors19 Jan 2022The purpose of the present deliverable is to provide the baseline information to implement the 5G-LOGINNOV activities to boost market possibilities and involve new actors and start-ups in the project process. Thus, the document reports the main findings from the Task 4.1 “Strategy supporting next generation logistics operations”, mainly by analysing and assessing: - The state-of-the-art of relevant past and current applications and ongoing projects (chapter 2). - The level of knowledge of innovative technologies of the 5G-LOGINNOV living lab stakeholders (chapter 3). As a result, this document highlights the stakeholders’ needs, gains and pains, and interactions needed to enhance the uptake of 5G-enabled core technologies and of other linked innovations. Based on these results and on parallel 5G-LOGINNOV activities (mainly within Task 1.1), this deliverable defines the 5G-LOGINNOV collaborative approach to enhance market opportunities of the new actors that will be involved in the project timeline (chapter 4).Download
Deliverable D3.1: Trial methodology, planning and coordination19 Jan 2022The deliverable D3.1 ’Trial methodology, planning and coordination’ is result of task 3.1 within the work package 3 (WP3) of the 5G-LOGINNOV project. It defines the framework of the tasks T3.2, T3.3 and T3.4 within WP3.Download
Deliverable D2.2: Data collection and evaluation procedures19 Jan 2022This deliverable provides details on the data collection architecture and the tools to be implemented and deployed to this purpose. In particular, it describes the central data collection tool which gathers all the evaluation data and makes them available to the evaluation teamDownload
Deliverable D2.1: Development and deployment plan19 Jan 2022This deliverable aims to provide a common timeline and guidance for the alignment of development and deployment activities across all the three 5G-LOGINNOV Living Labs, i.e., Athens, Hamburg and Koper. It details the methodology and tools used for closely monitoring the rollout activities of each LL, including the identification of potential synergies across LLs and to prevent both time and scope deviations from the original plans set out in this document, ensuring readiness for WP3 trials.Download
Deliverable 1.4: Initial specification of evaluation and KPIs19 Jan 2022This deliverable presents the evaluation methodology that will be carried out to evaluate the impact of the use cases that will be demonstrated in the context of 5G-LOGINNOV. The proposed approach consists of an Action Plan that specifies the list of actions and a qualitative and quantitative analysis.Download
Deliverable D1.3: 5G-enabled Living Labs infrastructure19 Jan 2022Deliverable D1.3 aims to specify the Living Lab infrastructure requirements of the equipment to be provided for the three pilot sites, Hamburg, Luka Koper and Athens, respectively. Such infrastructure includes requirements for devices needed for the port operation, maintenance equipment, local traffic management systems, and telematics on-board-units as well as connected IoT items.Download
Deliverable D1.2: 5G architecture and technologies for logistics use cases19 Jan 2022Deliverable D1.2 outlines the main 5G network architecture and its requirements for the 5G-LOGINNOV project based on the current relevant state of the art and beyond. The relevant state-of-the-art is the result of systematic work of various organizations, such as 3GPP and ETSI and various working groups within 5G PPP.Download
Deliverable 1.1 5G-enabled logistics use cases19 Jan 2022The purpose of this document is to draft the scope of use cases that will be implemented and demonstrated at the three Living Labs of the project. The main objectives of this document are: - To state and establish a common understanding of the ambition and scope of each LL. - To determine partners and stakeholders involved in each use case. - To identify the gaps that will be addressed (and how). - To define the boundaries of the Open Call for innovative start-ups supporting the LLs. The document includes an overview of 5G technology, describing the distinctive features/services and vertical applications that are particularly relevant for the logistics domain; such features/services are mapped to planned use cases through an application matrix showing how they contribute to their realization.Download
Deliverable D6.4: Data Management Plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D2.1: Development and deployment plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable 5.1: Communication Channels and Plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D4.1: Plan for boosting market-place and emergence of new actors22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D5.2: Dissemination Plan22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.1: 5G-enabled logistics use cases22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable 1.4: Initial specification of evaluation and KPIs22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.2: 5G architecture and technologies for logistics use cases22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.5: Data and cyber protection policies22 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download
Deliverable D1.3: 5G-enabled Living Labs infrastructure16 Jul 2021The Deliverable is available upon request.Download

Newspaper/ConferenceArticle TitleDateAuthorsShort DescriptionLink to Newspaper
IEEE Access5G Experimentation for Public Safety: Technologies, Facilities and Use Cases20 Jul 2021M. Volk (University of Ljubljana), J. Sterle (INTERNET INSTITUTE)Today, legacy PMRs continue to be the only group of tested, verified and certified technologies for the Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) sector.ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=9371761Download
IEEE 5G Summit5G – LOGistics value chain INNOVation14 Jul 2021R. Willenbrock (T-System), P. Basaras (ICCS), J. Sterle (INTERNET INSTITUTE), S. Hadjidimitriou (ICOOR), E. Catana (ERTICO- ITS Europe)This paper describes the Living Labs and the corresponding Use Cases that will be demonstrated in the context of 5G-LOGINNOV, a European Union project funded under the H2020 framework that has started in September 2020 and will last three years. Download
The First IEEE INFOCOM Workshop on Distributed Machine Learning and Fog Networks (FOGML 21)On the Distribution of ML Workloads to the Network Edge and Beyond29 Mar 2021G. Drainakis (ICCS), K.V. Katsaros (ICCS), V. Sourlas (ICCS), A. Amditis (ICCS)The emerging paradigm of edge computing has revolutionized network applications, delivering computational power closer to the end-user.Download
5G PPPThe European 5G Annual Journal 20211 Jun 20215G PPPIn the timeframe of this annual report the last set of 5G PPP projects have started.bscw.5g-ppp.eu/pub/bscw.cgi/d424095/5G%20European%20Annual%20Journal%202021.pdfDownload
5G PPP5G PPP Projects Brochure 202111 Jun 20215G PPPThe 5G PPP Phase 3 provides massive support to this objective, with comprehensive trial and pilot opportunities offered not only to the ICT industry but also to vertical user industries to test their innovative use cases with large scale 5G infrastructures. 5g-ppp.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/5GPPP_Phase3_Brochure_WEB-2.pdfDownload
8th International Physical Internet Conference5G Enabled Video Analytics for Detecting Container Seals in Port Operations17 Jun 2021P. Basaras (ICCS), K.V. Katsaros (ICCS), G. Kanellopoulos (ICCS), S. Tsagalas (Piraeus Container Terminal S.A), A. J. Amditis (ICCS)This article is focused on port control, logistics and remote automation, and aims at detecting the presence/absence of seals at cargo containers. Download
IEEE AccessEnabling the loT Machine Age with 5G: Machine-type Multicast Services for Innovative Real-time Applications21 May 2021M. Condoluci (Member IEEE), G. Araniti (Senior Member IEEE), T. Mahmoodi (Senior Member IEEE), M. Dohler (Fellow IEEE)The Internet of Things (IoT) will shortly be undergoing a major transformation from a sensor-driven paradigm to one that is heavily complemented by actuators, drones, and robots. Download
COMPSAC 2021Enhancing port's competitiveness thanks to 5G enabled applications and services17 Jul 2021A. Porelli (ICOOR), S. Hadjidimitriou (ICOOR), M. Rosano (ICOOR), S. Musso (ICOOR)This work aims to evaluate a set of Critical Success Factors (CSF) that are important for port operations optimization. Download
IEEE AccessNetwork slicing in 5G: an Auction-Based Model27 Jan 2020M. Jiang (IEEE), M. Condoluci (IEEE), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE)The 5G mobile network is expected to meet the diverse demands from multiple types of business services.Download
IEEE AccessNetwork slicing management & prioritization in 5G mobile systems28 Jan 2020M. Jiang (IEEE), M. Condoluci (IEEE), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE)5G mobile network is expected to serve flexible requirements hence dynamically allocate network resources according to the demands. Download
IEEE Communications Surveys & TutorialsTowards Haptic Communications over the 5G Tactile Internet27 Jan 2020K. Antonakoglou (IEEE), X.Xu (TUM), E. Steinbach (TUM), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE), M. Dohler (IEEE)Touch is currently seen as the modality that will complement audition and vision as a third media stream over the Internet in a variety of future haptic applications which will allow full immersion and that will, in many ways, impact societyDownload
Policy Research Working PaperWhat Drives the High Price of Road Freight Transport in Central America28 Jan 2020T. Osborne, M.C. Pachone, G.E. ArayaIn Central America, like many other developing regions, high transport costs are cited as an important impediment to trade and economic growth.Download
IEEE AccessBusiness Case and Technology Analysis for 5G Low Latency Applications4 Feb 2020M.A. Lema (IEEE), A.Laya (KTH), T. Mahmoodi (IEEE), M.Cuevas (British Telecom), J. Sachs (Ericsson Research), J.Markendahl (KTH), M.Dohler (IEEE)A large number of new consumer and industrial applications are likely to change the classic operator's business models and provide a wide range of new markets to enter. Download
Baltic TransportFederated States of Data1 Sep 2021Eusebiu Catana An article about the three projects 5G-LOGINNOV,FENIX & STORM has been published in the Baltic Journal.baltictransportjournal.com/index.php?id=1871Download

Event Title PresentationDate
Connecting EU InsightsICCS at Connecting EU Insights22 Dec 2021Link to PDF
5G Techritory5G intelligent transport system and services​23 Nov 2021Link to PDF
Connecting EU InsightsPiraeus-Athens Living Lab Use Cases22 Oct 2021Link to PDF
Connecting EU InsightsConnectivity and beyond22 Oct 2021Link to PDF
Connecting EU InsightsEmerging 5G business opportunities and models22 Oct 2021Link to PDF
Connecting EU Insights 5GLoginnov Truck Platooning22 Oct 2021Link to PDF
Connecting EU Insights5G innovation for European ports and hub-logistics22 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS World Congress 2021Luka Koper Living Lab14 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS World Congress 2021Athens Living Lab14 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS World Congress 2021Hamburg Living Lab14 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS World Congress 2021Vertical Innovations in Transport and Logistics over 5G experimentation facilities – Hamburg7 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS World Congress 2021Vertical Innovations in Transport and Logistics over 5G experimentation facilities – Athens6 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS World Congress 2021Vertical Innovations in Transport and Logistics over 5G experimentation facilities – Koper6 Oct 2021Link to PDF
ITS Virtual Congress 2020 with the general presentation5G-Techritory 2020  – 6th ITS Hellas Virtual Conference 20202 Oct 2021Link to PDF
EuCNC 20215G Technologies for Future European Ports. Port of Koper Use Case’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Link to PDF
EuCNC 20215G Technology Innovations and IoT solutions in Port Operations. Athens. Piraeous Container Terminal Use Case’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Link to PDF
EuCNC 20215G enabled business opportunities and models for new players in the logistics domain’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Link to PDF
EuCNC 20215G ecosystems for sustainable port/hinterland connections’ Presentation23 Jul 2021Link to PDF
The 5G-LOGINNOV Project General Presentation23 Jul 2021Link to PDF

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