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Thu., Nov. 09, 2017 to Fri., Nov. 10, 2017 – Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin, Germany

Day 2 - Friday, Nov 10, 2017 - Conference

Preliminary Agenda - subject to change

9.00 - 17.30 Conference

The 5G Reality Check: 5G-READY APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGICAL ENABLERS FOR 5G IMPLEMENTATION

After the 5G hype during the last two years, the 5G community this year has turned to realism and has moved into the working mode in order to fine-tune the various expectations and to map this onto the emerging enabling technologies and to identify the deltas to be addressed by the international standardization and emerging 5G testbeds around the globe. This conference will unite the previous day´s track workshops under a common theme in order to allow fruitful discussions beyond the rim of the different but related technology domains within this environment of high agility and innovations. As usual we want get a realistic snapshot of the global state of play towards 5G.

9.00 - 9.30 Welcome

Welcome
Prof. Thomas Wiegand, Fraunhofer HHI & Prof. Thomas Magedanz, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

Opening
StS Christian Rickerts, Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, Berlin, Germany 

5G as Key Enabler for the Gigabit Society Implementation
Frank Krüger, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Germany

9.30 - 10.30 session 1

5G-Ready Use Cases from the Verticals Perspective

Chair: Prof. Slawomir Stanczak, TU Berlin/Fraunhofer HHI, Germany

In this session we want to obtain from vertical industry experts in the Automotive, Energy, and the Industrial Internet domain realistic requirements on emerging 5G infrastructures.

5G Expectations from the Energy Industry
Joseph Salvo, GE, USA

5G Expectations from the Manufacturing Industry
Andreas Müller, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

IIC Views on 5G and Edge Computing
Stephen J. Mellor, Industrial Internet Consortium, Australia 

Dynamic Network Slicing and Predictive QoS for Automotive Applications
Thorsten Hehn, Volkswagen Group Digitalization, Germany

session 1 panel

What are the real needs for 5G infrastructures? Do we have to wait for 5G?

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break & Demos

11.00 - 12.45 session 2

Operator 5G Use Case Visions and Global 5G Standardization

Chair: Prof. Alex Galis, University College London, UK

In this session we want to obtain from leading Operators realistic views on what 5G infrastructures will be able to deliver to various application domains. In addition, we will gain an overview of the status quo of global 5G standardization. Also, we want to discuss potential evolution steps to be taken from today towards full 5G infrastructure in 2020 and beyond.

5G for Automotive
Hartmut Kremling, Vodafone, Germany

N.N.
N.N., Telefonica Germany, Germany

Japan Use Cases
Yoshinori Kitatsuji, KDDI, Japan

Towards 5G in Taiwan
Li Fung Chang, DoIT/MOEA, Taiwan

5G-ready for Agriculture
N.N., KPN, The Netherlands (tbc)

A snapshot on International 5G Standardization
Leo Lehmann, ITU-T, Switzerland 

3GPP’s 5G Standardization Roadmap and Progress
Frank Mademann, 3GPP Chair, Germany

An Overview of GSMA Network Slicing
Niko Bayer, Deutsche Telekom on behalf of GSMA, Germany

Joint panel

Matching 5G Demands and Offers and what are potentially driving Business Models





12.45 - 13.30 Lunch & Demos

13.30 - 15.30 Session 3

Network Virtualization, Network Slicing, Edge Computing & Open Source

Chair: Prof. Paolo Bellavista, University of Bologna, Italy


In this session we will drill down into the key enabling technologies for realizing agile, softwarized 5G networks, looking at the progress and lessons learned in provisioning and managing customized virtualized networks, providing end-to-end network slices, and the standardization of edge computing nodes comparing booth MEC and FOG domains. Additionally, we want to reflect the increasing importance of open source software within operator commercial infrastructures.


ETSI MANO within 5G
Bruno Chatras, Orange on behalf of ETSI NFV, France

Making DevOps possible in telco networks
Diego Lopez, Telefonica, Spain


Network Slicing Options
Tetsuya Nakamura, CableLabs, USA


NGMN White Paper Overview
Hans Einsiedler, Deutsche Telekom on behalf of NGMN, Germany


IEC Vertical Edge Intelligence White Paper
Mike Cronin, TYCO, on behalf of IEC, Ireland

MEC Status Quo
Yun Chao Hu, Huawei on behalf of ETSI MEC, China

Open Source for Virtualized Operator Infrastructures
Billy Felton, Verizon, USA
Panel Session 3

Practical Experiences in Migrating to Virtualized Networks and Open Issues to be mastered to enable 5G

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break & Demos

16.00 - 17.00 Session 4

5G Testbeds, Proofs of Concept & Open Source as Catalyst

Chair: Ivan Seskar, Rutgers University, USA & Ashutosh Dutta, AT&T, USA


In this Session we receive an update on recent 5G technology and service PoCs and testbeds around the globe for verifying the ability of the technology to prove the promises. In addition, we want to reflect the role of Open Source developments of 5G-related enabling technologies to speed up the implementation of the new infrastructures and enable new innovative ecosystems. This session features many short talks and a final panel.

Berlin on its way to become the 5G Capital
Frank Schramm, Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, Berlin, Germany

5G Berlin Testbed
Thomas Haustein, Fraunhofer HHI, Germany

IEEE 5G Testbed

Ashutosh Dutta, AT&T, USA

Vodafone Trials
Ralf Irmer, Vodafone, Germany

Telefonica Trails
Diego Lopez, Telefonica, Spain or N.N., Telefonica, Germany

Taiwan Testbed Initiatives
Li Fung Chang, Taiwan

3GIA
Jean Pieree Bienaime, EURESCOM, Germany

Deutsche Telekom 5G House
Petr Ledl, Deutsche Telekom, Czech Republic (tbc)

China Mobile 

N.N., (tbc)

Japan
KDDI, or Docomo, N.N., (tbc)

Korea
N.N., (tbc)

plus more from the IEEE 5G Testbed Initiative

Panel Session 4

En route to 5G? - Where does Academia and Industry stand today with realizing 5G?



17.20 Closing & Farewell