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Italy-Slovenia, a 5G corridor feasibility study was launched

Italy-Slovenia, a 5G corridor feasibility study was launched

Based on 'Connected and Automated Mobility' (CAM) technology

BELGRADE, 30 gennaio 2024, 16:34

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The '5G-Sitacor' 5G corridor feasibility study based on 'Connected and Automated Mobility' (Cam) technology between Italy and Slovenia has been officially launched.
    The news was reported by the University of Trieste, which will be responsible for quantum communication under the initiative.
    The 5G-Sitacor project is supported by the EU's Connecting Europe Facility program, which also provides funding for growth, jobs, and competitiveness through investments in infrastructure in critical areas between EU countries.
    These investments include 5G-Sitacor, which also covers the Italy-Slovenia border area, an intersection of road, rail, and port transport systems in Europe, and one of the 5G corridors identified by the European Union for enhanced coverage and connectivity.
    The six-month study will analyze arterial roads and existing telecommunications infrastructure and assess the investments needed to achieve 5G CAM coverage in the corridor between Italy and Slovenia. The EU awarded the project to the Friuli Venezia-Giulia Region (coordinator), Port of Koper, Anas and Slovenian highway operator Dars, Retelit and Telekom Slovenia (telecommunications), and the Universities of Trieste and Ljubljana.
   

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