June 01, 2020

On the New Needs and Requirements Arising from Connected and Automated Driving

  • Abbas T.
  • Antonakoglou K.
  • Antonio Eduardo Fernandez Barciela
  • Apostolos Kousaridas
  • Barciela A.
  • Boban M.
  • Brahmi N.
  • Cordes K.
  • Erik Ström
  • Fallgren M.
  • Gallo L.
  • Guillaume Vivier
  • Jesus Alonso-Zarate
  • Kai Cordes
  • Kousaridas A.
  • Laurent Gallo
  • Li Zexian
  • Mahmoodi T.
  • Mate Boban
  • Mikael Fallgren
  • Nadia Brahmi
  • Taimoor Abbas
  • Toktam Mahmoodi
  • Tommy Svensson
  • Wanlu Sun

Future 5G systems have set a goal to support mission-critical Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications and contribute to an important step towards connected and automated driving. To achieve this goal, the communication technologies should be designed based on a solid understanding of the new V2X applications and the related requirements and challenges. In this regard, we provide a description of the main V2X application categories and their representative use cases selected based on an analysis of the future needs of cooperative and automated driving. We also present a methodology on how to derive the network related requirements from the automotive specific requirements. This is then used to analyze the key requirements of the selected use cases.

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