Paper-Presentation at EuCNC 2020
At the 29th European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC 2020), our research assistant Thomas Deinlein presented a paper entitled “5G-Sim-V2I/N: Towards a Simulation Framework for the Evaluation of 5G V2I/V2N Use Cases”. The paper introduces the OMNeT++-Framework developed at our lab, which allows a simulation of the 5G User Plane in realistic traffic scenarios with high vehicle densities, and models the data flow between vehicles and internet servers over a 5G mobile network. This allows the measurement of different Quality of Service (QoS) parameters of applications running simultaneously. Different (autonomous) driving functions (e.g. “remote driving”), which are planned for the upcoming 5G mobile communication standard, can thus be investigated. Due to the current restrictions caused by the corona pandemic, the conference was held purely virtually. The conference video presenting the simulator can be viewed via the following link.