1 5G Research in Horizon 2020 Why 5G research? Thibaut KLEINER European Commission - DG CONNECT Unit E1: Network Technologies "The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"
2 Communication networks are essential Connecting EU citizens Enabling the Internet Powering digital applications Growth and competitiveness Global market of 400 billion EU-headquartered companies have 40% global market share >1,3 million jobs In Europe
3 Greater need for network capacity Ref.: Ericsson Mobility Report. Nov. 2013
4 New demand areas: Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine communications Connection of 50bn machines by 2020 short messages low frequency low energy Global connection in Billions, including M2M
5 Faster networks for new applications: mobile games, social networks, TV, video, e-health etc
6 We need a next G Societal drivers: Urbanisation Smart cities Mobility Information availability Social networks Privacy Security Energy efficiency Demographic trends Healthcare Education Research & Technology drivers: Capacity/Efficiency Service/Content centricity Virtualisation & Cloudification Cognition Context awareness Manageability Self-organisation Self-optimisation Cross-layer optimisation Flexibility Smart environments, Sensors, M2M
7 Mobile Communications: 1G to 4G
10 Commissioner Kroes called on industry to join EU Commission in a PPP on 5G Commissioner Kroes called on industry at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain And today I call on EU industry and other partners to join us in a Public-Private partnership in this area. An open platform that helps us reach our common goal more coherently, directly, and quickly. European 5G is an unmissable opportunity to recapture the global technological lead. And I hope you will be able to support and join us. Source: Commissioner Neelie Kroes, Smashing barriers and thinking big. Address at Mobile World Congress, 26 February 2013, Barcelona, Spain,
11 5G-PPP launched, with indicative EU funding of 700 million 5G-PPP association's founding partners: Ericsson, Orange, NSN, SES, Alcatel-Lucent
12 How to participate Participate in ETP (http://new-etp.eurescom.eu/) and Association (http://5g-infrastructure-ppp.eu/) Contribute to the Expert Group to update SRIA Support requirements capturing on future networks Members of ETP can be candidates for ETP Steering Board / Association and additional members in Association Contribute via Associate Members In 5G PPP projects Commission is publishing Open Calls for Proposals Everyone can submit proposals Independent evaluators select proposals based on criteria scientific and technological excellence, impact and Implementation Integration of successful proposals into the PPP program in order to ensure cooperation of projects There is no membership in 5G PPP, because participation in PPP projects is open Source: Association.
13 5G is more than NG Mobile Network Ubiquitous, faster, better, stronger 10Gbit/s, 1ms latency More secure, lower energy consumption, lower operating costs M2M, Device-to-Device, Internet of Things 50B connected objects by 2020 new services and applications SDN, integration with cloud innovations yet to be invented 5G will affect the whole infrastructure even though Radio Access is key 13
15 Europe 2020 priorities Shared objectives and principles ICT ICT ICT ICT ICT ICT EIT JRC Tackling Societal Challenges Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture and the bio-based economy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Secure Societies Excellence in the Science Base Frontier research (ERC) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Skills and career development (Marie Curie) Research infrastructures Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies ICT Nanotech., Materials, Manuf. and Processing Biotechnology Space Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs ICT ICT ICT Simplified access Common rules, toolkit of funding schemes Dissemination & knowledge tranfer
16 ICT 30: Internet of things and platforms for connected smart objects EU-Brazil R&D cooperation in advanced cyber infrastructure EU-Japan R&D cooperation in Net Futures Future Internet in WP IoT Net Innovation ICT 10: Collective awareness platforms for sustainability and social innovation ICT 13: Web entrepreneurship INCO Software, services and cloud computing ICT 7: Advanced cloud infrastructures and services ICT 8: ECP: pre-commercial and joint procurement ICT 9: Tools and methods for software development Experimental Platforms ICT 11: FIRE+ (Future Internet Research & Experimentation) ICT 12: Integrating experiments and facilities in FIRE+ Network technologies ICT 5: Smart networks & novel Internet architectures ICT 6: Smart optical & wireless network technologies Network technologies ICT 14: PPP on advanced 5G network infrastructure for the Future Internet 16
18 5G Research in Horizon 2020 Key aspects of the 5G-PPP Bernard BARANI European Commission - DG CONNECT Unit E1: Network Technologies "The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"
19 H2020 Context Article 25: Public-private partnerships 1. Horizon 2020 may be implemented through public-private partnerships where all the partners concerned commit to supporting the development and implementation of precompetitive research and of innovation activities of strategic importance to the Union's competitiveness and industrial leadership or to addressing specific societal challenges. Public-private partnerships shall be implemented in such a way that full participation of the best European players is not impeded. 2. The involvement of the Union in public-private partnerships shall make use of the preexisting and lean governance structures and may take one of the following forms: a) financial contributions from the Union to joint undertakings established pursuant to Article 187 TFEU under the Seventh Framework Programme, subject to the amendment of their basic acts; to new public-private partnerships b) contractual arrangements between the partners referred to in paragraph 1, which specify the objectives of the partnership, respective commitments of the partners, key performance indicators, and outputs to be delivered, including the identification of research and innovation activities that require support from Horizon Source: EU Commission: REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL establishing Horizon The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation ( ) and repealing Decision o 1982/2006/EC.
20 PPP main Implementation Vehicles An Association representing the "Private Side" A Contractual Agreement (CA) Signed By Commissioner Kroes and Association representatives on 17 December 2017 Specifying Commitments on both side and agreed Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) The EU R&I Work-programme See ICT-14 text of 4_2015/main/h2020-wp1415-leit-ict_en.pdf
21 Main Role of the Association Ex ante: define a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) with sector actors at large Ex post: verify that implemented research contribute to target objectives and agreed KPI's Support to related policy aspects Monitor leveraging factors Key aspects: Transparency, openness, fairness. The Commission remains responsible for the implementation of the research programme cycle
22 5G PPP Specifics Focus on Communications infrastructure, with a beyond 2020 time line Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda defined through European Technology Platform: EU commits budget up to 700 milions for R&D&I funding for 5G between 2014 and 2020 (through Horizon 2020 programme) Private Side commits to leveraging investments (X5) and aiming at agreed KPIs EU provides policy support for 5G development (e.g. standardisation, spectrum planning, international consensus) 22
23 5G PPP Focus Addressing growing markets: Internet access Mobile data services Business data services Enabling new biz/soc scenarios Solving perceived limitations of network infrastructures EU contribution to the 5G global issues (multiple programmes now starting)
24 5G PPP KPIs (1/2) Business-related Private investments to leverage at least 5 times EU funding Target SME participation > 20% of the total public funding 40 % global market share in communication infrastructure Performance KPIs: 1000 times wireless area capacity + varied service capabilities Saving up to 90% of energy per service provided Reducing avg service creation time from 90 h to 90 min. Very dense deployments Secure, reliable and dependable Internet with a zero perceived downtime for services provision 24
25 5G PPP KPIs (1/2) Societal KPIs: Enabling advanced User controlled privacy Reduction of energy consumption per service up to 90% European availability of a competitive industrial offer for 5G systems and technologies New economically-viable services of high societal value (like U-HDTV and M2M applications) Establishment and availability of 5G skills development curricula in partnership with the EIT 25
26 5G Research in Horizon G-PPP in the Horizon 2020 Workprogramme Bernard BARANI European Commission - DG CONNECT Unit E1: Network Technologies "The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"
27 The Future: Very wide range of requirements From IoT to U-HDTV, ubiquity; "Verticals" requirements Tactile Internet Processing Storage Communication True ubiquitous "ABC" access Traffic growth (spectrum) and complexity Cost /energy
28 H ICT 1 "Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for the Future Internet Strand Radio network architecture & technologies 1000 mobile traffic increase, versatile requirements Network architecture, new use cases, new frequency bands, latency; Increased frequency re-use (10), versatile low-cost radio access infrastructure (IoT to > 1Gbps) + low energy Flexible backhaul solutions, efficient signalling Architecture for 5G "transceivers" and micro-servers, key HW building blocks to support various spectrum usage scenarios Preparing for large scale demonstrators and test-beds (possibly leveraging existing experimental facilities)
29 ICT 14 Strand Convergence beyond last mile Integration, unified control Ubiquitous access continuum Cooperative, cognitive fixed and heterogeneous resources, with fixed optical access reaching at least 10 Gb/s Reuse and sharing of functionalities Solving management heterogeneity of technologies Taking into account regulations
30 ICT 14 Strand Network management Minimize Opex, capex, complexity; Optimise QoS, QoE Network level management (SON) Service level management (metrics, for user perceived quality of service) Converging SDN and Autonomic; Security across domains, risk analysis and definition of threat models
31 ICT 14 Expected Impacts At macro level, strong EU industrial base % of markets At societal level, a wider spectrum of applications and services at lower cost, with increased resilience and continuity, with higher efficiency of resources usage At operational level, 1000 times higher mobile data volume per geographical area times to 100 times higher number of connected devices times to 100 times higher typical user data rate times lower energy consumption for low power Machine type communication. - 5 times reduced End-to-End latency (5ms for 4G-LTE). - Ubiquitous 5G access including in low density areas. - European industry driving the development of 5G standards, of 5G SEP Availability of a scalable management framework reduction of network management opex by at least 20%. Availability of security/authentication metrics across multi domain virtualised networks.
32 ICT 14 Strand Virtualisation and SW Networks Flexibility, beyond firmware implementations Virtualisation of net.functions, VM concurrent access to resources, migration Orchestration of resources, OS like, cross domain configurability, open source approach; Integration application/service layers with network layers, landscape aware decision for reconfigurability Openness, OTT integration, E2E SLA, exposure of resources to third party providers/developers
33 ICT 14 Expected Impacts At macro level, i) NFV/SDN industrial capability in Europe by 2020; ii) large scale operational deployment of NFV/SDN by At operational level, - - network function implementation through generic IT servers (target) rather than on non-programmable specific firmware (today). - - Fast deployment of large scale service platforms on top of network infrastructures, from 90 days (today) to 90 minutes (target). - - Trustworthy interoperability across multiple operational domains, networks and data centres. -.
34 ICT 14 Support Actions Coherence and impact Programme integration, analysis of outcomes Societal issues International activities Support to standards Support to spectrum policy Web site, Roadmaps, including experimental facilities - NB: International co-operation with countries having bold R&I initiatives in the field (Korea, Japan, US, China) may be considered on a win-win basis.
35 Type of actions Research & Innovation Actions: proposals are expected to cover one or more of the strands identified below, but not necessarily all of them. Strand Radio network architecture and technologies Strand convergence beyond last mile Strand network management Innovation Actions: proposals are expected to cover one or more of the strands identified below, but not necessarily all of them. Strand Network virtualisation and Software Networks. 98 M 24 M Support Actions: proposals are expected to cover one or more of the themes identified, but not necessarily all of them. 2 M
36 Note on R&I actions Projects selected for funding (R&I) Will establish new knowledge ("that has innovation potential") and/or Will explore the feasibility of a new or improved technology, product, process, service or solution. May include basic and applied research, technology development and integration, testing and validation on a small-scale prototype in a laboratory or simulated environment. May contain closely connected but limited demonstration or pilot activities aiming to show technical feasibility in a near to operational environment. Will be funded at 100% Bulk of activity expected to be in "innovation-aware" mid-term R&D Small-scale innovation-type activities are expected
37 Innovation included Excellence criterion (excerpt) Extent that proposed work is ambitious, has innovation potential, and is beyond the state of the art Impact criterion (excerpt) Enhancing innovation capacity and integration of new knowledge; developing innovations meeting the needs of European and global markets; and, where relevant, by delivering such innovations to the markets Quality & efficiency of the implementation (excerpt) Appropriateness of the management structures and procedures, including risk and innovation management.
38 Reference texts See the GENERAL ANNEX to the main work programme at: 020/wp/2014_2015/annexes/h2020-wp1415-annexga_en.pdf Notably annex D): types of instruments Annex H): evaluation criteria Main portal (grants, calls, Work progs ) ktop/en/funding/reference_docs.html#h2020-workprogrammes annexes
39 Programme Aspects Objectives: Achieve more than a group of standalone or loosely coordinated projects Avoiding gaps -> Optimising overall project portfolio but leaving space for flexibility -> You are part of a Programme Ex Ante: Pre Structuring model: a working methodology worked out by the Association as a tool to define optimised set of activities and their interfaces. Ex post: Contractual clause linking 5G PPP projects, enabling 39 easier knowledge and output sharing. As per FI-PPP model.
40 Pre Structuring Model P8: 5G Holistic Network Architecture P13: 5G Network Security P11: Cognitive Network Management P12: SLM & Metrics for QoS/QoE P10: 5G Services E2E Brokering and Delivery P14: Software Networks Platform P9: Enabling Technologies Unified Control P16: Multi-Domain P15: Service Program. and Orchestr. P1: 5G Wireless System Design P6: Novel Architecture P2: 5G Air Interface P3: 5G for Massive MTC P4: 5G mm-wave Air Interface P5: 5G HW/SW Platforms P7: Backhaul/Fronthaul See also Open consultation until 17 April 2014
41 Important Dates Information session at CELTIC event, 24 April, See Constituency building event April, 28, Paris Constituency building event June, 26, Bologna, in the context of the EUCnC Conference See See Possibility of another event end of May explored! Submission date 25 November 2014 ( 125 million) Projects start March-April
42 Other Useful links s Follow us on 5G in Digital Agenda Web site Network Technologies Horizon
43 Contact Points s Request for additional Information may be sent to: European Commission: Philippe Lefebvre 5G PPP Association: Werner Mohr, NSN 43
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, XXX COM(2011) 811/3 Proposal for a COUNCIL DECISION establishing the Specific Programme Implementing Horizon 2020 - The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020)
A Guide to Horizon 2020 Funding for the Creative Industries October 2014 Introduction This document is provided as a short guide to help you submit a proposal for the Horizon 2020 funding programme (H2020).
Draft Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2014-2015 In the area Important notice: This paper is made public just before the adoption process of the work programme to provide potential participants with the currently
EN HORIZON 2020 WORK PROGRAMME 2014 2015 5. Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies iii. Space Revised This Work Programme was adopted on 10 December 2013. The parts that relate to 2015 (topics,
econstor www.econstor.eu Der Open-Access-Publikationsserver der ZBW Leibniz-Informationszentrum Wirtschaft The Open Access Publication Server of the ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics Van Ooteghem,
DETAILED WORK PROGRAMME ON THE FOLLOW-UP OF THE OBJECTIVES OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEMS IN EUROPE 1 TABLE OF CONTTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY page 4 1 Introduction page 6 2 Education and training, a key priority
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, 6.5.2015 COM(2015) 192 final COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE
Guidebook Series How to support SME Policy from Structural Funds Public Procurement as a Driver of Innovation in SMEs and Public Services Enterprise and Industry 8 3 Guidebook Series How to support SME
Social Services in Europe How to access EU Structural and Investing in people and services Investment Funds An ESN Guideline for public social services for 2014 2020 The European Social Network is supported
NetWorld2020 s SatCom WG The role of satellites in 5G Version 5 31 th July 2014 1 Introduction This document outlines the vision of the satellite working group of NETWORLD2020 as to the role that satellites
Horizon 2020 dedicated Expert Advisory Group on Innovation in SMEs Consultation on the EU Strategic Work Programme 2016 17 Final Report to the European Commission July 2014 Contents Executive Summary...
MED STRATEGIC PROJECTS TERMS OF REFERENCE Promotion of information and communication technologies for a better accessibility of rural and remote areas 1 st April 2011 Second call for MED strategic projects
Report of the Research Prioritisation Steering Group REPORT OF THE RESEARCH PRIORITISATION STEERING GROUP Minister s Foreword The last decade has seen consistent and considerable public and private investment
EN HORIZON 2020 WORK PROGRAMME 2014 2015 4. Revised This Work Programme was adopted on 10 December 2013. The parts that relate to 2015 (topics, dates, budget) have, with this revised version, been updated.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION E U R O P E 2 0 2 0 A European strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth Preface 2010 must mark a new beginning. I want Europe to emerge stronger from the economic and financial
EN HORIZON 2020 WORK PROGRAMME 2014 2015 5. Revised This Work Programme was adopted on 10 December 2013. The parts that relate to 2015 (topics, dates, budget) have, with this revised version, been updated.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Better Regulation "Toolbox" This Toolbox complements the Better Regulation Guideline presented in in SWD(2015) 111 It is presented here in the form of a single document and structured
EN HORIZON 2020 WORK PROGRAMME 2014 2015 16. Revised This Work Programme was adopted on 10 December 2013. The parts that relate to 2015 (topics, dates, budget) have, with this revised version, been updated.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, 26.11.2014 COM(2014) 903 final COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE,
Digitizing Public Services in Europe: Putting ambition into action 9 th Benchmark Measurement December 2010 Prepared by Capgemini, IDC, Rand Europe, Sogeti and DTi for: European Commission, Directorate
URBACT III OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME (2014-2020) CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE CREATION OF 20 ACTION-PLANNING NETWORKS Open 30 March 2015 16 June 2015 1 TABLE OF CONTENT INTRODUCTION... 3 SECTION 1 - ABOUT URBACT
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities DG Directorate-General General Coordination, Interinstitutional Relations Brussels, 21 December 2006 01/FB D(2006) PROGRESS/003/2006
From Niche to Norm Suggestions by the Group of Experts on a Systemic Approach to Eco-Innovation to achieve a low-carbon, Circular Economy Research and Innovation EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General
PUBLIC BODIES CLIMATE CHANGE DUTIES: PUTTING THEM INTO PRACTICE GUIDANCE REQUIRED BY PART 4 OF THE CLIMATE CHANGE (SCOTLAND) ACT 2009 PUBLIC BODIES CLIMATE CHANGE DUTIES: PUTTING THEM INTO PRACTICE GUIDANCE
ericsson white paper 284 23-3149 Uen February 2011 more than 50 billion connected devices More than 50 billion connected devices taking connected devices to mass market and profitability Everything that
FUNDACIÓN RAMÓN ARECES Simposio Internacional Las telecomunicaciones del futuro International Symposium The future telecommunications Madrid, 6-7 de octubre, 2009 October 6-7, 2009 RESÚMENES DE LAS PONENCIAS
CALL FOR PROPOSALS Facilitating Transnational Low Season Exchanges in Europe through the Development of Social Tourism 40/G/ENT/CIP/12/B/N/02S03 GRANT PROGRAMME 2012 The present call for proposals is composed