ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA

 
ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE
             OPERATIONS
      Connected Skies Webinar
        1 APRIL 10:30AM CET
ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Panelists                                 ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE
                                                       OPERATIONS

      Barbara Pareglio , GSMA IoT Program, Technical Director – Session
      moderator

      Amit Ganjoo, ANRA Technologies, CEO & Founder

      Tetsuya Chiba, KDDI, Director of European Research Office

      Xin Wang, China Unicom, Engineer

      Takashi Hara, NTT Docomo, Senior Manager of Innovation Management

      Mildred Troegeler, Boeing Next,Director of Global Airspace Integration
                                                                     www.gutma.org
ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Drones Operations and Traffic Management
Relevance of C-V2X
Communications

GUTMA Webinar – April 2020
AMIT GANJOO
Founder And CEO
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ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
ANRA Technologies - Global Footprint
www.anratechnologies.com

                                             Avia%on + Robo%cs + Communica%ons – Bringing it all together   4
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C-V2X – Vehicle to everything
                           C-V2X defines two transmission modes that work together to enable a broad range of use cases.

                           Direct C-V2X, which includes V2V, V2I, and V2P communica@ons, provides enhanced communica@on range and reliability in
                           dedicated ITS 5.9 GHz spectrum, independent of a cellular network, as well as network communica@ons (V2N) in tradi@onal
                           mobile broadband licensed spectrum.
www.anratechnologies.com

                                 V2V communication technologies support safety systems with non-line-of-sight and latency-sensitive collision
                                 avoidance capabilities.

                                 When combined with longer-range cellular communication, short range V2I communications can help with variety of
                                 safety and interactivity applications.

                                 V2C handle everything from firmware updates and security authentication to locating landing spots and more.

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ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Welcome to D2X – Drone to everything

                              Drone-to-everything (D2X) complements all other types of ground V2X including vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-
                              network (V2N), vehicle- to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-device (V2D) vehicle-to-grid (V2G), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), and so on.

                              Vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) applica@ons require intensive communica@on and computa@on requirements.
www.anratechnologies.com

                              Fog compu@ng can enable migra@on of computa@onal resources toward the edge of the network to meet the VANET,
                              increasing processing and storage requirements.

                              New V2X features enabled by Rel-15 Long Term Evolu@on (LTE) systems will support features such as carrier aggrega@on,
                              higher order modula@on, low latency support, and new resource management solu@ons.

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ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Deployment - Model 1
www.anratechnologies.com

                           In this use case communication occurs node to node, when UAV is beyond line of sight communication occurs through the mobile
                           network (WAN).

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ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Deployment - Model 2
www.anratechnologies.com

                           Figure depicts how communicaFon will occur, in this use case communicaFon occurs through the mobile network (WAN).
                           CommunicaFon does not occur node to node

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ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Network Service – Requirements Mapping for Drones

                              Round trip latency of 150 ms, including all network components. Remote command and control requires a round
                              trip latency that is similar to human reaction time for human assist for applications to emergency landings.
www.anratechnologies.com

                              Faster latency requirements are not needed due to human reaction times that cannot keep up.

                              The 3GPP system shall support high reliability even in high mobility scenario (e.g. 120km/h); reliability goal is near
                              100%

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ADVANCED USE OF CONNECTIVITY FOR DRONE OPERATIONS - Connected Skies Webinar 1 APRIL 10:30AM CET - GSMA
Key UTM Principals – Cellular Relevance
                           A set of dis@nct underlying principles need to be developed against which an opera@onal UTM solu@on can be
                           measured and cellular has a role to play.

                                                                                 Operational UTM
www.anratechnologies.com

                                          Safety               Security            Transparency            Flexibility          Scalability

                                        Situational                               Airspace Access
                                        Awareness                                                          Platform           System Capacity
                                                            Authoriza=on               Flight              Agnostic
                                        Separation                                                                           Cost of operation
                                                                Remote             Priori=za=on           Regulatory
                                         Services                                                                                 Ease of
                                                             Iden=fica=on           Data Access           Framework
                                       Performance                                                       Dependence            Exploitation
                                                                                    Privileges
                                        Standards

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                                   www.anratechnologies.com

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5G x Drone Trials by KDDI/au
GUTMA Connected Skies webinar session

Tetsuya CHIBA, Director, KDDI European Research Office, KDDI

                                                        2020/4/1
Overview of Smart Drone Strategy                                                                                13

                             Solution according to business category
                                                                         Expanding domain
                                                                           of applicability
           Security   Inspection Surveillance Agriculture Delivary

                                     Smart Drone SDK for application                                        Requirement
                                                                                                            feedback to SDPF
                                     Smart Drone Platform (SDPF)

                                                                                   Image     Precise
                                                                         Video
                                                                                   Recog-   Position-
    Communication Weather          Map         UTM                      Delivery                        …
                                                                                   nition      ing

                        UTM Function                                        Additional Function
                                                                                                            Requirement
                                                                                                            Feedback to SDPF
     Drone                      Communication module + SDK for Drone

                             Drone provided by                       Expanding Drones
                             PRODRONE                                connected to SDPF

Tetsuya CHIBA, KDDI
Creating Innovation by 5G                                                                           14

                 Smart factories          Autonomous       Remote          Remote     Free view point image
                                            driving       operations     medical care     stadium views

                                                    Partner companies
                       Telecommunications                 Platform                Open innovation

                                                       5G/IoT/Drone
                                                         Platform
                      * “au” is the brand name of
                      KDDI's mobile service.                     KDDI Smart Drone World
                                                                 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hmh8v1Unrk

                       Promoting Digital Transformation
                      to contribute to clientsʼ businesses
Tetsuya CHIBA, KDDI
Drone Race - 5G Pre-Service by KDDI / au   15

Drone Race - 5G Pre-Service
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0YyIIfgkXU

 Tetsuya CHIBA, KDDI
Real-time Control of 5G Drone Utilizing 4K HD Video                                                                        16

          Drone                                                                                                 4K Monitor

4K
Camera                                     4K Video
                      Encoder
                                5G                                Low-Latency
                                Terminal                          Decoder

                                                                                 Video Server
                                     Control Signal
                                                  5G Antenna                                      Drone Pilot

          Wi-Fi         5G
                                    A 4K camera and a low-latency codec are mounted on a drone that flies over the 5G area above,
          Router        Terminal
                                    transmitting 4K high-definition video in front of the drone to the ground with low latency.

                                    While watching 4K high definition video on the ground, we confirmed that delicate drone control
                                    would be possible.

Tetsuya CHIBA, KDDI
Mountain Rescue System using 5G Drone                                                                               17

1. A drone equipped with a 5G tablet, a 4K camera, and a loudspeaker searches for possible distress in an autonomous flight.
                               Drone Port          5G Antenna
                         Drone      5G Tablet                       5G Radio Center                   Rescue Center

                                                                                                         4K Monitor
                      Loud    4K Camera
                      Speaker

                               Rescue Area         5G Antenna

                        5G Tablet
                                                                  2. The video images of the victims are captured by the 4K
                                                                  camera equipped with the drone and transmitted in real time
                                                                  to the 4K monitor of the mountain rescue center through 5G.
                                                                  In addition, using voice transmission through 5G, the status of
3. At the same time, 4K video from the drone was transmitted
                                                                  victims was confirmed by calling from the center with
in real-time to rescue workers on site with a 5G tablet.
                                                                  loudspeakers.

Tetsuya CHIBA, KDDI
Predictable revolution
of the UAV operations
T h e b i g m a r ke t a n d w i d e p ro s p e c t of UAV
Sustained Growth In Market Space                            Va r i o u s A p p l i c a t i o n S c e n a r i o s

                China UAV market forecasts
                   ( 100-million-yuan )

600

400                                                  478
200                                          303
      36,1       56,5     112      188
  0
      2016       2017     2018    2019       2020    2021

             China industrial UAV market Forecasts
                     ( 100-million-yuan )

400
300
200                                                  297
100                                          179
      14,1       22,8    60,7     107,1
  0
      2016      2017     2018     2019     2020      2021
T h e c h a l l e n g e s of UAV o p e r a t i o n s

                                                                  01. Real-time data
                                                                  transmissions involving
Supervisions:
                                                                  control commands,
Supervision system of UAV is not
completely established. Unregulated                               telemetry and service
drone flights may threaten the                                    contents.
airspace and flight safety.            Connecivity
                                                                  02. Reliable and stable
                                       Mobile network             air-to-ground
                                          4G/5G                   communication capacity.
Control:
the satellite communication and
point-to-point remote control cannot                              03. High-level
meet the industry requirements.                                   autonomous flying and
                                                                  low-latency access
                                                                  control to simplifying
                                                                  operations and
                                                                  improving safety.
The chances for Telecom operators

   Provide the LTE/5G        Provide the customized   Provide the cloud
   network to support        UAV services:            based platform to
   long-distance    flight   airspace approval,       achieve the UAV data
   control and data real-    weather insurance,       analysis, image
   time transmission.        route planning,          identification,
                             module customizing       mapping modeling.
China Unicom built the UAV industry ecology
               Customized
               drones and       Val ue-added      data products
                airborne          services
                modules
The mobile
 network
connection
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