Europe has set ambitious 5G deployment objectives in the 5G Action Plan from 2016 as well as for pan-European 5G Corridors for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) in the 3rd Mobility Package from 2018. Participants at the workshop will discuss about the roadmap towards these targets, building on the Connecting Europe Facility Digital Programme proposed for the next financial period 2021-2027.
Participants from the project 5G-MOBIX will also be attending this workshop.
The deployment of 5G connectivity infrastructure along major transport paths in Europe is seen as an important enabler of connected and automated mobility (CAM) solutions in Europe. Recognising this strong potential, the European Commission, in its 5G Action Plan for Europe, has set ambitious connectivity targets for 2025 with a view to achieving uninterrupted 5G coverage along major transport paths, roads and railways.
The current period is critical, with 5G launch expected for 2020 in Europe and major 5G cross-border trial projects starting. The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital as part of the Commission’s 2021-2027 budget proposal foresees an ambitious public-private co-investment in 5G cross-border corridors.
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