Role of 5G in Automotive and Transportation

2Q 2016 | Technology Analysis Report | AN-2261 | 32 pages | PDF

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Table of Contents

  • 1. INTRODUCTION: ROLE OF 5G IN AUTOMOTIVE
    • 1.1. 5G Next-generation Cellular Connectivity Technologies: Vision and Relevance
    • 1.2. Cooperative Mobility and Autonomous Vehicles: Key Use Cases for 5G?
    • 1.3. Changing Role of Cellular Connectivity in Automotive
    • 1.4. The Wider Relevance of 5G for Automotive
  • 2. 5G STATUS: STANDARDIZATION, SPECIFICATIONS, AND FORECASTS
    • 2.1. 5G Capabilities
    • 2.2. Small Cells, Roadside Infrastructure, and Nomadic Vehicle Nodes
    • 2.3. Standardization Outlook
    • 2.4. 4G versus 5G
  • 3. AUTOMOTIVE USE CASES AND APPLICATIONS FOR 5G
    • 3.1. Use Cases
    • 3.2. 5G and Smart Mobility
  • 4. AUTOMOTIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR 5G
    • 4.1. Lifecycle Requirements
    • 4.2. Coverage
    • 4.3. Power Consumption
    • 4.4. Bandwidth and Data Rate
    • 4.5. Network Capacity and Density
    • 4.6. Latency
    • 4.7. QoS: Reliability and Guaranteed Availability
    • 4.8. Security
    • 4.9. High Speed (Mobility)
    • 4.10. V2X Communication
    • 4.11. Simultaneous Requirements
    • 4.12. 5G as the Unifying Communication Technology
  • 5. MAIN PLAYERS AND INITIATIVES
    • 5.1. Carriers
    • 5.2. Network Infrastructure Providers
    • 5.3. Handset OEMs
    • 5.4. Standardization and Industry Associations
    • 5.5. Vehicle OEMs
  • 6. AUTOMOTIVE 5G FORECASTS
    • 6.1. Outlook for 5G in Automotive
    • 6.2. 5G Forecasts


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Expectations around the role of 5G for enabling low-latency communications between vehicles (V2V) and between vehicles and roadside infractructure (V2I) are seen as an important driver for the accelerated deployment of 5G - URLL (Ultra Reliability Low Latency) from the middle of the next decade, coinciding with the emergence of fully-driverless vehicles that will depend on 5G for improved reliability through redundancy of safety-critical system components. In this respect, 5G-URLL could represent a complementary or even an alternative solution for 5.9 GHz IEEE 802.11p technologies. However, before this, 5G - EMBB (Enhanced Mobile BroadBand) will be deployed in vehicles for a range of other use cases, including high data rate multimedia streaming, vehicle life cycle management and virtual recalls through Over The Air updates, and vehicle sensor crowdsourcing for smart mobilty applications. 

This report provides a detailed review of 5G technologies, automotive use cases and requirements, standardization efforts, main players, as well as  subscription forecasts per type and region. 

 

Table of Contents

  • 1. INTRODUCTION: ROLE OF 5G IN AUTOMOTIVE
    • 1.1. 5G Next-generation Cellular Connectivity Technologies: Vision and Relevance
    • 1.2. Cooperative Mobility and Autonomous Vehicles: Key Use Cases for 5G?
    • 1.3. Changing Role of Cellular Connectivity in Automotive
    • 1.4. The Wider Relevance of 5G for Automotive
  • 2. 5G STATUS: STANDARDIZATION, SPECIFICATIONS, AND FORECASTS
    • 2.1. 5G Capabilities
    • 2.2. Small Cells, Roadside Infrastructure, and Nomadic Vehicle Nodes
    • 2.3. Standardization Outlook
    • 2.4. 4G versus 5G
  • 3. AUTOMOTIVE USE CASES AND APPLICATIONS FOR 5G
    • 3.1. Use Cases
    • 3.2. 5G and Smart Mobility
  • 4. AUTOMOTIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR 5G
    • 4.1. Lifecycle Requirements
    • 4.2. Coverage
    • 4.3. Power Consumption
    • 4.4. Bandwidth and Data Rate
    • 4.5. Network Capacity and Density
    • 4.6. Latency
    • 4.7. QoS: Reliability and Guaranteed Availability
    • 4.8. Security
    • 4.9. High Speed (Mobility)
    • 4.10. V2X Communication
    • 4.11. Simultaneous Requirements
    • 4.12. 5G as the Unifying Communication Technology
  • 5. MAIN PLAYERS AND INITIATIVES
    • 5.1. Carriers
    • 5.2. Network Infrastructure Providers
    • 5.3. Handset OEMs
    • 5.4. Standardization and Industry Associations
    • 5.5. Vehicle OEMs
  • 6. AUTOMOTIVE 5G FORECASTS
    • 6.1. Outlook for 5G in Automotive
    • 6.2. 5G Forecasts