5G-PLANET primarily intends to share LIST‘s experience on the planning and design of new 5G networks, by taking Luxembourg as a practical example. It will specifically target connected mobility applications and intelligent transport systems, which are among the most promising uses of 5G on a socio-economic level.

To do so, LIST will rely on a Digital Twin approach, by creating a digital replica of Luxembourg’s 5G infrastructure.

Building a replica also includes constructing an open 5G antenna, developed in Laboratory mode at LIST, allowing anyone equipped with a 5G phone to experiment the real capabilities of a 5G network, and interact with LIST’ software solutions.

In addition to the Connecting Tomorrow conference, 5-7 of October in Luxembourg, the project will be showcased at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, 16-18 November.

More information: https://www.list.lu