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

Nomadic 5G

A large number of use cases of 5G do not require permanent deployments. Instead, nomadic or even mobile ones would suffice to address the communication requirements including eHealth, rapid response and temporary deployments for public events. This demonstration showcases a multi-slices nomadic 5G node installed in a vehicle. It enables a local area connectivity for eMBB and mIoT use cases, edge computing for URLLC use cases and it can dynamically communicate with the central network through available backhauls as 5G integrated proxy using the outdoor-indoor 5G micro-operator, over-the-top using the connectivity over a local MNO and over GEO satellites.