Volume 6, Issue 1 (2022)


A History of Mobile Networks Development within the Scope of 5G and Support for Smart Solutions

Author(s): Boris BUČKO, Michal ZÁBOVSKÝ, Eva LIESKOVSKÁ, Jana TOTHOVÁ

Abstract:
With an ever-increasing volume of data and requirements for certain level of quality of service, mobile network technology need to be gradually adapted to changes to meet the demand of users. The individual generations of mobile networks are the evidence of the constantly evolving nature of connectivity through wireless technology. The fifth generation of mobile network or 5G is considerably different from previous networks due to novel infrastructure and designs. Previously unthinkable application cases across various sectors are now feasible with 5G. The key use cases are smart solutions congruent with Internet of Things (smart city, logistic, grids), autonomous vehicles with reliable communication of very low latency and enhanced broadband solutions for businesses and consumers. This paper is focused on the gradual historical development of mobile networks, from the discovery of radio waves and the possibility of signal transmission, through individual generations of mobile networks in chronological order. The main emphasis is on the 5G technology and its deployment in future smart solutions.
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V2I Data Standpoint within the Smart Mobility Concept

Author(s): Katarína ZÁBOVSKÁ, Boris BUČKO, Michal ZÁBOVSKÝ, Michaela JÁNOŠÍKOVÁ

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The aim of this article is to describe data intensity estimates and data aspects of vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication in the Smart Mobility concept. The goal of vehicle fabrics is to constantly increase driving comfort and the use of multiple sensors to detect the vehicle's surroundings, as well as to help the driver in critical situations avoid danger. The growing number of sensors is directly related to the amount of data generated by the vehicle. In the automotive industry, it is crucial for the decision-making process that autonomous vehicles can process data in real time or be precisely located. To meet these requirements, we will describe HD maps as a key segment of autonomous management. It draws the reader's attention to the need to address the issue of big data processing in real time, which is an important role in the concept of Smart Mobility.
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