The Radar’s analysis this time targeted Affordable5G’s “Implementation of new Time Sensitive Networking over 5G” and “3GPP-compliant mission critical systems over neutral host and hybrid deployment” – The features were both recognised as “key innovations” and placed under the Radar’s “Exploring” market maturity category, which gathers solutions in early phases of technological readiness, but already showing high commitment levels from the organisations developing them.
The innovations’ specific market maturity rating and partners involved
Implementation of new Time Sensitive Networking over 5G was developed within the project by partners ADVA and RunEL – which now enter the list of “key innovators” for their efforts – rating “High” in the market maturity criteria of the Radar – More information on their categorisation can be found here.
3GPP-compliant mission critical systems over neutral host and hybrid deployments – a key component for Affordable5G’s “emergency communication” use case, and the project’s connection with 3GPP – is the result of Nemergent Solutions‘ work, which also joins the partners among the “key innovators” with a solution deemed by the radar as “addressing the needs of existing markets”.
About Innovation radar
For those who might not have followed our previous news: the Innovation Radar platform builds on the information and data gathered by independent experts involved in reviewing ongoing research and innovation projects funded by the European Commission. These experts also provide an independent view regarding the innovations in the projects and their market potential (more information about the Innovation Radar methodology is available here).
The aim is to make information about EU-funded innovations from high-quality projects visible and accessible to the public via the platform. This shows citizens the many excellent technological and scientific advances being delivered by researchers and innovators around Europe, funded on their behalf by the European Commission. This initiative has the support of EU Members States and, to date, Ministers from 23 countries have signed the Innovation Radar declaration confirming their support for this initiative.