6G-PATH

6G Pilots and Trials
Through Europe

The path towards 6G is beginning now that 5G matured and is being deployed worldwide both publicly and privately. While 5G brought a step up in many fields, such as performance and efficiency, more is always expected in terms of efficiency by the overall community and in terms of performance by industry and technology providers who want to further increase their offerings and products. Continuous demands for higher throughput, lower latency and more energy efficient communications needs to be supported by relevant use cases that can claim and demonstrate the needs for these requests.

Use Cases & Trials

Farming
Education
Smart Cities

6G-PATH Objectives

Setup the 6G-PATH experiment and validation infrastructure and evolve it into B5G/6G experimental infrastructures and pre-normative testbeds.
Deliver and refine a transversal integration and experimentation platform.
Expand user community and implement large scale field trials with internal and external experiments, through Open Calls.
Collect and refine of requirements stemming from Stream B and verticals.
Devise leading-edge business models towards the commercialisation and exploitation of 6G-PATH use cases and technologies.
Disseminate and communicate results to a wide community of stakeholders while ensuring impact on standardisation efforts.
Create repositories for both open knowledge transfer and supporting the subsequent phases of the Smart Networks and Services (SNS) programme.

6G-PATH Objectives

Setup the 6G-PATH experiment and validation infrastructure and evolve it into B5G/6G experimental infrastructures and pre-normative testbeds.
Deliver and refine a transversal integration and experimentation platform.
Expand user community and implement large scale field trials with internal and external experiments, through Open Calls.
Collect and refine of requirements stemming from Stream B and verticals.
Devise leading-edge business models towards the commercialisation and exploitation of 6G-PATH use cases and technologies.
Disseminate and communicate results to a wide community of stakeholders while ensuring impact on standardisation efforts.
Create repositories for both open knowledge transfer and supporting the subsequent phases of the Smart Networks and Services (SNS) programme.

News & Events

Consortium

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