D1.1 Management Handbook and Quality Plan
31 January 2020
Miguel Granda Trigo (Bosch Spana)
D2.1 reports the use cases taken as reference for the project, and that will guide the design, development, and demonstration activities conducted in the project. D2.1 will provide design specification of selected use cases and derive their functional and technical requirements.
D1.2 Data Management Plan
30 April 2020
State-of-the-Art Review and Initial Design of the Integrated 5GNR/Wi-Fi/LiFi Network Frameworks on Coexistence, Multi-Connectivity, Resource Management and Positioning
31 August 2020 (European commission review pending) PDF
Antonio Garcia (Accelleran), Tezcan Cogalan (University of Edinburgh)
5G-CLARITY D3.1 introduces the state-of-the-art technologies on integrated network coexistence, multi-connectivity, resource management and positioning. It also describes the initial design of the integrated 5G/Wi-Fi/LiFi network frameworks that provides, i) coexistence and cooperation between private and public networks operating in licensed as well as unlicensed bands; ii) multi-connectivity to different WATs; iii) enhancements on aggregated system area capacity through intelligent resource management; and iv) cm-accuracy on indoor positioning.
Jose Ordonez-Lucena (TID)
This document dives into the initial architecture design of the 5G-CLARITY system, which is architected into four different strata, with segregated scope and different technology pace each: infrastructure stratum, network and application function stratum, management and orchestration stratum, and intelligent stratum. The main contributions are on describing and categorising 5G-CLARITY technical innovations, explaining the business ecosystem and the actor role-models, 5G-CLARITY system requirements, the baseline architecture design, and the insight into the integration of private and public networks.
Daniel Camps-Mur, Hamzeh Khalili (i2CAT)
The main contribution of this deliverable is a state-of-the-art analysis and an initial design for the main components of two stratums of the 5G-CLARITY architecture as defined in 5G-CLARITY D2.2, namely the Management and Orchestration stratum and the Intelligence stratum. Regarding the former, this deliverable defines in detail the Service and Slice management subsystem and the Data Processing subsystem, and on the latter, the deliverable identifies Machine Learning use cases that are enabled by the 5G-CLARITY system and provides an initial design for the AI Engine and Intent Engine components. Overall, this document presents the main Management Plane innovations that will be developed in 5G-CLARITY.
D1.3 Interim Activity Report I
31 January 2021 (European commission review pending)
Mir Ghoraishi (Gigasys Solutions)
This document is the 5G-CLARITY interim report. The project was kicked off in November 2019, and this report covers the period up to December 2020. It starts with a summary of the progress on the technical work, organized in four technical work packages. The report then provides updates on the project’s dissemination activities, either in publication and public presentation of the project results, or in contributions to standardizations. The project’s management and administration aspects are also covered in this deliverable.
Mir Ghoraishi (Gigasys Solutions)
The primary aim of 5G-CLARITY deliverable D5.1 is to provide the guideline for the project use cases implementations and demonstrations. 5G-CLARITY Smart Tourism and Industry 4.0 (Smart Factory) pilots are formulated in three use cases as: i) UC1: ‘Enabling enhanced human-robot interaction’ (Smart Tourism); ii) UC2.1: ‘Alternative network for production-data exchange’ (Industry 4.0); ii) UC2.2: ‘Enhanced automated guided-vehicle (AGV) positioning in intralogistics’ (Industry 4.0).
These use cases are expected to demonstrate the benefits of 5G-CLARITY innovations that are worked out to address the private network challenges, beyond 3GPP Release 16, on coexistence, integration, and interoperation of private and public networks. Among the outstanding challenges in this regard, one could name spectrum management, multiple wireless access technologies (multi-WAT) and multi-tenancy support, software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV) powered infrastructure slicing, and data-driven network management. Aiming at addressing these challenges, 5G-CLARITY solutions will be implemented and their performances will be evaluated based on the architecture and definitions that are outlined in 5G-CLARITY D2.2, and the corresponding KPIs defined in 5G-CLARITY D2.1.