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TR 22.886 (SA1)
Study on enhancement of 3GPP support for 5G V2X services

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V15.1.0 (Wzip)    2017/03    58 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Chun, SungDuck
See also:  V2X-related TS/TR    

The objective of this document is to identify use cases and potential service requirements to enhance 3GPP support for V2X service in the following areas:
  • Support for non-safety V2X services (also, referred to as "comfort service") (e.g. connected vehicle, mobile high data rate entertainment, mobile hot-spot/office/home, dynamic digital map update)
  • Support for safety-related V2X services (e.g. autonomous driving, car platooning, priority handling between safety-related V2X services and other services)
  • Support for V2X services in multiple 3GPP RATs (e.g. LTE, New RAT (NR)) and networks environment, including aspects such as interoperability with non-3GPP V2X technology (e.g. ITS-G5, DSRC, ITS-Connect)
In this document, V2X-related use cases and potential requirements already included in TR 22.891 are considered and new ones are introduced.

The identification of use cases and potential requirements covers both evolved LTE RAT and new 3GPP RAT (e.g. NR) and also covers V2X operation using 3GPP RATs where there are non-3GPP V2X technologies (e.g. ITS-G5, DSRC, ITS-Connect) in use.


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1   Scope   Word-p. 8
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations   Word-p. 10
4   Overview
5   Use cases   Word-p. 12
5.1   eV2X support for vehicle platooning
5.2   Information exchange within platoon   Word-p. 13      Up
5.3   Automotive: sensor and state map sharing
5.4   eV2X support for remote driving   Word-p. 16
5.5   Automated cooperative driving for short distance grouping   Word-p. 17
5.6   Collective perception of environment
5.7   Communication between vehicles of different 3GPP RATs
5.8   Multi-PLMN environment
5.9   Cooperative collision avoidance (CoCA) of connected automated vehicles   Word-p. 24
5.10   Information sharing for partial/ conditional automated driving   Word-p. 25

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