Resiliente und taktile 5G Infrastruktur
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, the relevance of data privacy was anchored in law
in 2018. This is the starting point of our project, which aims at the development and design of a tactile
and highly available 5G end-to-end infrastructure for remote assistance as well as worker safety
applications. The potential of 5G mobile communication is the key to innovative use cases in various
With 5G and the resulting low latencies of video and data transmission, risky situations can be better
observed and controlled in order to avoid accidents. Technicians are often on duty at customers’
facilities during remote assistance operations and by using cameras, bystanders can be filmed.
The goal of the project is to enable services which require communication performance guarantees (e.g.
latency). An important milestone is the measurement of maximum latencies for hazardous situations in
order to determine the requirements for a safety -proofed remote assistance call. Furthermore, efficient
and effective face blur algorithms are studied. Moreover, the project intends to test and enhance digital
systems for operational safety and plant monitoring.