The proof of concept will be seen running on a BT cellular base station and will feature an edge cloud compute node using the Titanium Cloud virtualization platform and a local traffic offload capability from Athonet.
The proof of concept is intended to show multiple 5G edge cloud computing use cases, including:
• Remote vehicle control for traffic/route management
• Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication for collision avoidance
• Augmented reality for multi-person sessions without gameplay disruption
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