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EucCNC ws3-clear5 g-2018v01

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Clear5G Communication Requirements in future manufacturing and Factories of the Future, presentation at EUCNC 2018.

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EucCNC ws3-clear5 g-2018v01

  1. 1. 5G and the factories of the future Tuesday, 19 June 2018 1 Klaus Moessner 5GIC Institute for Communication Systems University of Surrey
  2. 2. 5G Networks • Peak data rate • ~ 20Gbps for downlink, ~10Gbps for uplink (~20x 4G) • User “experienced” data rate • ITU target: ~100Mbps (~10x 4G requirement) • 3GPP target: ~300Mbps • Mobility • ~ 500km/h • Latency • target for control plane latency 10ms • target for user plane latency 0.5ms – 4ms • Connection density • target connection density ~1,000,000 device/km2 in urban environment (MMTC) • Capacity • target capacity ~1,000x 4G 2 and what, according to 3GPP and ITU, they should deliver: [Imagefrom"5GUseCasesandRequirements,"awhitepaperfromNokia] Tuesday, 19 June 2018
  3. 3. Industrial production Tuesday, 19 June 2018 3 and the role of 5G The industrial revolution… - “one size fits all” product manufacturing - “mass-customization” model serving different markets and customer groups - “mass-personalization” and ”individualisation of mass-manufactured products”
  4. 4. Future manufacturing is about being dynamic and reconfigurable Tuesday, 19 June 2018 4 The FoF… - Highly automated - 3D printing - Virtualised control - Highly adaptable/reconfigurable - Wireless unit control, management, and maintenance
  5. 5. From supplier to consumer Manufacturing is about processes and collaboration Tuesday, 19 June 2018 5 The “big” picture Many component suppliers Rolling stock keeping JIT delivery to the assembly line On demand distribution and delivery From consumer to supplier
  6. 6. The Access Technology landscape Tuesday, 19 June 2018 6
  7. 7. Radioenvironment? Tuesday, 19 June 2018 7https://www.robots.com/articles/viewing/the-advantages-of-flux-cored-welding-robots
  8. 8. The KPIs for a FoF FoF requirements Low Latency High Reliability Availability and coverage Connection density Privacy and Security Heterogeneous network interworking Determinism Tuesday, 19 June 2018 8
  9. 9. Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications and massive MTC for Industry Clear5G project (EU-TW) Aim: to design, develop, validate, and demonstrate an integrated convergent wireless network for Machine Type and Mission Critical Communication (MTC/MCC) services for Factories of the Future (FoF) FoF environments: – time-critical processes – dependence on timely delivered data from massive numbers of sensors – decisions having to be made and executed in less than milliseconds Tuesday, 19 June 2018 14 Air interfaces for 5G in FoFs – looking at a new framework, concentrating on the industry use case
  10. 10. Network Evolution – convergence! 15 The Clear5G Concept from individual technologies to converged wireless access Tuesday, 19 June 2018
  11. 11. Clear5G Tuesday, 19 June 2018 16 Defining key enablers necessary for MTC traffic in 5Gnetworks, aiming at the Factories-of-the-Future (FoF) environment. Technical objectives • PHY enhancements for reliable MTC supporting massive numbers of devices, extreme low latency, reduced signalling and control overhead. • MAC layer enhancements for integrated convergent access supporting low latency, high reliability, massive connection density, and high energy and spectrum efficiency. • RAN architecture and management mechanisms aiming at latency, heterogeneity, reliability, scalability and manageability. • Security enhancements at the physical layer • Validate and demonstrate in testbed facilities both in Europe and Taiwan.
  12. 12. Expected Results KPI Targeted value Means to evaluate Latency Down to 1 ms System level simulations, field trials Reliability Up to 99.999% System level simulations, field trials Connection density Up to 100 nodes per 1 m3 System level simulations Security PHY framework PoC validation Heterogeneity (convergent air interfaces) Coexistence of various radio interfaces, and various FoF use cases PoC validation Energy efficiency (Device battery life) >15 year battery life System level simulations, field trials Spectrum efficiency Reflected in Connection density System level simulations 17Tuesday, 19 June 2018
  13. 13. The Clear5G Testbeds Taiwan LTE random access testbed (III) SDR-based testbed for B4G R&D (III) LTE FDD small cell testbed (III-NTU) Real factory environment (FFG) 5G Testlab (Foxconn) EXPOLSA platform (NTU) 18 EU 5GIC Test Network (UNIS) Hi-5 platform (TNO) Miniaturized copy of commercial live network (TT) SDN/NFV testbed (ARG) Analysis, optimisation and control platform (WINGS) Tuesday, 19 June 2018
  14. 14. Contact Klaus Moessner 5GIC Institute for Communication Systems University of Surrey Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH United Kingdom k.moessner@surrey.ac.uk http://www.surrey.ac.uk/feps/people/klaus_moessner/ @klamoe https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmoessner/ Tuesday, 19 June 2018 19 … if you wish to get in touch …

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