Deliverable No. Deliverable Title Abstract
1.1 5G-DIVE architecture and detailed analysis of vertical use cases. This document presents the first results from WP1 including: i) Targeted use cases and their technical and non-technical requirements; and ii) Baseline architecture including functional blocks and reference interfaces for the 5G-DIVE solution design to follow.
1.2 5G-DIVE Techno-economic Analysis This deliverable provides a techno-economic analysis of the platform tailored for the 5G-DIVE use
cases. It studies the business implications of the Industry 4.0 and Autonomous Drone Scout use cases, analysing the overall impact in terms of CapEx and OpEx. The outcome of this study is a set of recommendations to allow more sustainable business models.
1.3 5G-DIVE final architecture
1.4 Conclusions on vertical oriented 5G field trials and future outlook
2.1 5G-DIVE innovations specification This deliverable D2.1 provides a baseline specification of the 5G-DIVE solution. An overall framework governing the solution specification is presented first. This is then followed with detailed specification for each of the targeted vertical pilots, namely industry 4.0 and autonomous drones. Early evaluation results are also presented based on initial implementations reported in the deliverable D2.2.
2.2 5G-DIVE components initial implementation
2.3 Final specification of 5G-DIVE innovations
2.4 5G-DIVE components final implementation
3.1 Definition and Setup of Vertical Trial Sites This deliverable provides a description of the end-to-end trial sites for the two major vertical pilots
(namely, Industry 4.0 and Autonomous Drone Scouting) to support the vertical applications as well
as the integration aspects from each developed trial site.
3.2 Results of initial validation campaign of vertical use cases
3.3 KPI and performance evaluation of 5G-DIVE platform in vertical field trials
4.1 Y1 CoDEP including standardization plan. A plan is defined for communication, dissemination and exploitation, including standardisation and open source activities. Communication and public activities include a web site, social media presence and press releases. Video interviews, magazine articles, leaflets and posters are used to promote the project vision and initial results. Dissemination and collaboration activities focus on professional communities, ranging from scientific publication to demonstration and interaction with other EU projects. Standardisation plans cover seven standardisation Organisations (SDOs), with a roadmap mapping project development to the timeline of some major SDOs. Dissemination through open source software (OSS) includes three OSS projects, of which project members have a leading role in one. A preliminary plan for exploitation focusses on the components of the field trials.
4.2a Achievements of Y1 and updated CoDEP for Y2 including standardization plan  The progress of the project’s communication, dissemination and exploitation activities are reported for the first project year. The plan had to be adapted with additional online presence and video material to handle the effects of the Covid-19 crisis when events were cancelled or made online. Project results are disseminated through publications, presentations and interviews. Workshops and other events with a focus on the topics of the project are organised. Contributions to and interaction with standards organisations are reported on, as well as, the engagement in open source software.
4.2b Update to D4.2a with exploitation plan
4.3 Communication, Dissemination, and Exploitation achievements through the project, exploitation plan after the end of the project and assessment of the contribution of 5G-DIVE in support of 5G
5.1 Project Portal and Communication Channels This deliverable (D5.1) reports the set-up of project portal and communication channels as social media (Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn). It also provides the information about the management tools created to facilitate the communication and collaborative work.
5.2 Project Portal and Communication Channels
5.3 Final project report