The partners in the project 5G Safety acquired competences on the national and European projects:

 

I_HeERO (http://iheero.eu/): Relationship to 5GSafety: Through the implementation of the eCall system in Slovenia, partners of the I_HeERO project have gained valuable real-world experiences related to network, service delivery and applications requirements, limits, and to user-oriented challenges. All experiences will be also applicable within 5GSafety project. The Programme Connecting Europe Facility, 2015-2018.

Partners: Telekom Slovenije, Iskratel, Administration Of The RS For Civil Protection And Disaster Relief

 

NEXES (http://nexes.eu/): Relationship to 5GSafety: The main outcomes of UL’s work in NEXES are design of a PEMEA-based architecture for OTT data-based 112 services, design and development of a pan-EU 112 mobile app for citizens with rich media support, and a WebRTC-based PEMEA-compliant pilot implemented on 4G infrastructure in cooperation with TS. 5GSafety plans to capitalise on the specific PPDR know-how as well as on concepts, designs and the implemented pilot environment. The Programme HORIZON 2020, 2015-2018.

Partners: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of electrical engineering; Telekom Slovenije

 

CHARISMA: (http://www.charisma5g.eu/) Relationship to 5GSafety: Knowledge and experiences gained in the fields of security, open access (slicing) and low latency, will enable 5GSafety to integrate new concepts and public safety communication services into a high-performance 4.5G/5G network. The Programme HORIZON 2020, 2015-2017.

Partners: Telekom Slovenije.

 

iCIRRUS: Intelligent Converged network consolidating Radio and optical access aRound USer equipment (http://www.icirrus-5gnet.eu/). The Programme HORIZON 2020, 2015-2017.

Partners: Telekom Slovenije.

 

GEN6: Governments ENabled with IPv6 (http://www.gen6.eu/).  The project addressed advanced PPDR systems for urgent purposes and field testing and evaluation in cooperation with the City of Ljubljana (Department of Protection and Disaster Relief). The results included validation of performance and QoE of heterogeneous time critical system for communications and IoT. The Programme Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP), 2012-2015.

Partners: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of electrical engineering; Telekom Slovenije