KeyvisualFFF2019
Thu., Nov. 07, 2019 to Fri., Nov. 08, 2019 – Berlin, Germany

Dr. Johannes Springer

Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany, on behalf of 5GAA

Johannes Springer is responsible for the 5G Automotive Program at Deutsche Telekom in Group Technology and Innovation Headquarter.

Johannes studied Engineering, Mechanical and Production Engineering at Berlin Technical University. After his doctorate he was in charge at Aachen University of Technology (RWTH). He worked as CTO/COO for Toll Collect, the GNSS and mobile networks based electronic tolling operator for trucks in Germany. He was Vice President Technology and Solution Design within the Strategic Business Unit Connected Car in T-Systems.

Johannes is active in various organizations, in 5GAA (5G Automotive Association) he is the Director General of the 5GAA.

Abstract 1 (Day 1, Track 3, Session 1)

Automotive As Key Driver For 5G

C-V2X communication is the state-of-the-art, high-speed cellular communications platform that enables vehicles to communicate with one another, with roadside infrastructure, with other road users (such as pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists) using either direct short-range communications or cellular networks. While C-V2X network-based solutions are already widely deployed, direct communication solutions will be commercially available as of this year. As such the C-V2X platform delivers safety, mobility, traffic efficiency, and environmental benefits. C-V2X is designed with an evolutionary path to 5G and supports safe and efficient operations of autonomous vehicles.

The presentation gives insights into various examples of C-V2X applications and relevant standards developments for the next generation of connected transportation, advanced driving, and automated vehicle solutions.

Abstract 2 (Day 2, Session 2)

Automotive As Key Driver For Global 5G

C-V2X communication is the state-of-the-art, high-speed cellular communications platform that enables vehicles to communicate with one another, with roadside infrastructure, with other road users (such as pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists) using either direct short-range communications or cellular networks. While C-V2X network-based solutions are already widely deployed, direct communication solutions will be commercially available as of this year. As such the C-V2X platform delivers safety, mobility, traffic efficiency, and environmental benefits. C-V2X is designed with an evolutionary path to 5G and supports safe and efficient operations of autonomous vehicles.

The presentation gives insights into various examples of C-V2X applications and relevant standards developments for the next generation of connected transportation, advanced driving, and automated vehicle solutions.