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5G-ADirI

Automatisierung und Digitalisierung der regulatorischen Interaktionen für die Bereitstellung und den Betrieb von privaten 5G Netzen

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For the approval of 5G licenses from the private spectrum, applicants must go through various processes, which is usually done by submitting forms and subsequent manual processing. manual processing. The use of nomadic mobile networks is significantly restricted by the The use of nomadic mobile networks is significantly restricted by the non-digitized application process and the manual review process. The digitization of the application and its verification enables a variety of new applications as well as additional eco-systems, such as daily licenses or hourly-based license fees. In addition, automated conflicts (signal interference) can be avoided through intervention and rules. can be avoided. In addition, depending on requirements, license allocation could be limited to private networks, extended to public networks or networks or be handled across the board between the two. The overarching goal of 5G-ADirI is the development and exemplary implementation based on a concept to simplify the regulatory interactions required for the commissioning and approval of private of private 5G networks. This is applied to the specific case of nomadic networks, but is also a considerable simplification for local networks.

Partners

  • UNIBERG GmbH
  • Bundesnetzagentur
  • Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz GmbH
  • Technische Universität Berlin

Sponsors

BMVI - Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport

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BMVI - Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport