5G-CARMEN, 5G for Connected and Automated Road Mobility in the European unioN

30/11/2018 A DIGITAL CORRIDOR FOR THE MOBILITY OF THE FUTURE with positive impact to infotainment, pollution and security

5G-CARMEN is one of the 5G Cross-border Corridor projects resulting from the recent H2020 ICT-18 Call on 5G for cooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM).

The kick-off event was held 22-23 November 2018 in Innsbruck, Austria, hosted by T-Mobile.

Total budget: 18.5 M€
EU Funding: 14.9M€
Start Date: 1 Nov 2018
Duration: 36 Months
Coordinator: Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy

25 Partners from 10 EU Countries:

  • 3 Leading telco equipment vendors
  • 3 Mobile Network Operators
  • 2 Automotive OEMs
  • 1 Road operator
  • Academia
  • Research Centers
  • SMEs

The Objectives of the project are:

  • harness the concept of ‘Mobility Corridors’ for moving people and goods across Europe
  • establish 5G as the key technological enabler for the implementation of the concept of connected and automated vehicles
  • develop a vehicular smart-living environment to meet the requirements of mobility in smart cities and in the whole European road network
  • bridge infrastructure gaps across the EU, including border regions