The Project

In the 5GoIng project, the region is consolidating its numerous competencies in the field of innovative mobility and creating an open development and demonstration platform for 5G applications. The focus is on "connected mobility". With its model character, the concept is also intended to serve as a rolemodel for other regions.  Starting point is the urban test field for connected and automated driving IN2Lab, which connects the "Digital Motorway Test Bed" on the A9 with the high-tech hub IN-Campus. 5GoIng expands the test field and brings in new technological possibilities and scenarios, creating a holistic Open Innovation Lab. Equipped with modern sensor technology in the form of traffic cameras and LiDAR units, the test field extends the existing so-called "first mile" along the road at Auwaldsee and connects it with the high-tech park IN-Campus. Through 5G, the fifth generation of mobile communications, wireless communication is realized in real time.  Through this innovative research environment and the competencies of the project partners involved, the application-oriented development of new 5G technologies and products is aimed. At the same time, the Open Innovation Lab serves as a showroom for "Connected Mobility" by using public road sections. It opens the opportunity to directly experience the benefits of 5G technologies. Furthermore, 5GoIng addresses the three technical topics of smart city, traffic safety and sustainability, as well as the socially relevant core aspects of acceptance, inter-communal cooperation and the promotion of start-up infrastructure. As part of the "5G- Implementation Funding of the 5G Innovation Program", the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport has been funding the research project since December 2021 with a total budget of 4.2 million euros. The term of the project is two years and ends on December 12, 2023.

 

 

 

 

Technical Highlights

Development/expansion of "first mile" infrastructure
  • Traffic circle and road at IN-Campus
  • Camera, Lidar, Car2X, fiber optics
  • 5G data communication, 5G smartphones
IT-Infrastructur
  • Data-Backend
  • Frontend with map-based data visualization
Applications / Open Innovation Lab
  • MEC based safety function, traffic monitoring & analysis.
  • FXD application for VRU
  • Visual safety alerts and dynamic length marker (Smart City)
Edge Computing
  • Local
  • MEC

The 5G Mobile Communication Technology

 

5GoIng uses the 5G mobile wireless standard to break new ground in the field of innovative mobility. Equipped with modern sensor technology in the forms of traffic cameras and LiDAR units, the test field offers space for an application-oriented development of new technologies and products. Through 5G, the fifth generation of mobile communication, wireless data transfer is realized in real time. This is a prerequisite for 5GoIng.

 

News

Research vehicle ANTON exhibited @Science Gallery

In accordance with the exhibition's focus on "Innovative Mobility", the research vehicle ANTON of CARISSMA - Center of Automotive Research on… more

Kick-off event for the semester project "Teleoperated Driving"

On October 26, the kick-off event for the ongoing semester project "Teleoperated Driving" took place. The goal of the course is to demonstrate an… more

Outdoor Field Experiment

A special highlight for the 5GoIng team at THI was our "outdoor field experiment" last week, where we were able to run the scenario previously tested… more
[Translate to English:] 5GpIngtafel WIGA

5GoIng @ the Science Gallery

Spannende Einblicke in das Forschungsprojekt & vernetzte Mobilitätslösungen more

Partners

Contact

Business Start-Up Mentor of the Faculty
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Festag
Phone: +49 841 9348-2255
Room: B102
E-Mail:
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christian Facchi
Head of the Graduate Center, Head of SAFIR-Cluster 3
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christian Facchi
Phone: +49 841 9348-7410
Room: P207
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