Brandenburger Tor
Thu., Nov. 15, 2018 to Fri., Nov. 16, 2018 – Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin, Germany

Dr. Lutz Stobbe

Fraunhofer IZM/BMBF-Begleitforschung IP45G

Dr. Lutz Stobbe is senior scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration (IZM) in Berlin. He joined Fraunhofer IZM in the year 2000, working since in the Department Environmental and Reliability Engineering, and is currently leading the Group Sustainable Networks and Computing. His research comprises environmental and economical assessments of information and communication technology (ICT) with focus on network and data center equipment. This also includes the eco-design and sustainable manufacturing of microelectronics.

In the past, he has been substantially involved in various preparatory studies for the European Ecodesign-Directive. These included the studies ENTR Lot 9 on enterprise servers and ENER Lot 26 on network standby. From 2011 to 2014 he was leading the accompanying research evaluation team for the German technology program “IT2Green”, a substantial research program addressing energy efficient in the field of data center and telecommunication. He is currently a member of the scientific support team (IP45G) for the BMBF programs 5G Industrial Internet and 5G Tactile Internet.

Abstract (Day 1 and 2)

5G Testbeds in Germany

The number of 5G testbeds is constantly growing. However, a comprehensive overview and structured information about these platforms are currently not available. In this talk, we present an activity of the project Information Platform for 5G (IP45G). This accompanying research project for the BMBF technology programs 5G Industrial Internet and 5G Tactile Internet has the task of monitoring and providing consolidated information about important technological, economic, and regulative 5G developments. As a current activity IP45G is not only identify existing 5G testbeds, it is collaboratively collecting structured information about the testbeds. These information include metadata about the ownership, the topical focus and application area, available technologies and equipment, as well as access options and general business model of the testbed. By documenting the 5G landscape in Germany, the IP45G projects intends to help the different stakeholders finding the right test platform for their purpose.