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Practical insights from 5G Test, Measurement and KPI Validation with vertical applications
June 18 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Test, Measurement, and KPIs Validation (TMV) Working Group was founded as part of the 5G PPP effort to promote commonalities across projects that have strong interest in the Test and Measurement methodologies needed to provide support to the vertical use cases in 5G experimentation networks. Such efforts include the development of Test and Measurement methods, test cases, procedures and KPI formalization and validation to the greatest possible extent, ensuring a unique European vision on how to support the entire lifecycle of the 5G network, from R&D to actual deployed environments.
This webinar will present the resent results of the work group, which are two-fold. The first session will focus on the presentation and contextualization of the performance results obtained so far, as well as identifying the impact factors that influence the performance. The second session will focus on the mapping of verticals service and application KPIs onto network performance KPIs, as well as exemplifying this mapping for several vertical sectors.
|Session 1||5G PPP Test Measurement and KPI validation white paper||Moderator Manuel Lorenzo, Ericsson|
|9:00 – 10:30||Performance impact factors of 5G experimentation results|
Preliminary results of throughput and latency in a 5G NSA mmWave setup
|Vangelis Kosmatos, Wings ICT|
Manuel Lorenzo, Ericsson
|10:30 – 11:00||Methodologies for E2E Testing & Validation of Vertical Applications over 5G & Beyond networks, an ETSI TC INT Perspective from EC-funded 5G PPP Projects||Manuel Lorenzo, Ericsson|
|11:00 – 11:15||Short break|
|Session 2||5G PPP Vertical KPIs to network KPIs mapping||Moderator Anastasius Gavras, Eurescom|
|11:15 – 12:45||Overall methodology and application on Media and Entertainment|
Application of the methodology on the transport vertical
Application of the methodology on the Industry 4.0 vertical
Application of the methodology on the automotive vertical
Konstantinos Katsaros, ICCS, Univ. of Athens
Anastasius Gavras, Eurescom
|12:45 – 13:00||Summary/Conclusions||Michael Dieudonne, Keysight|
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