Test scenarios in the living lab: 5G Smart Ve...
Test scenarios in the living lab

5G Smart Venue in Hanover

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In eSIM management services for the future 5G Smart Venue, Deutsche Messe is collaborating with Giesecke + Devrient. The cooperation between the two companies includes the deployment of security and authentication solutions by the Munich-based group. This creates an important prerequisite for secure lifecycle management of devices and systems while they are within the dedicated network of Deutsche Messe.

Sharath Muddaiah, director of Strategic Solutions & Business Development at Giesecke + Devrient, is convinced that "initiatives such as Deutsche Messe's 5G Smart Venue are crucial to enable enterprises to conduct test scenarios and field trials for their 5G product development. This is critical to their digitalisation activities."
„Initiatives such as Deutsche Messe's 5G Smart Venue are crucial.“
Sharath Muddaiah, Giesecke + Devrient
The cooperation is particularly important for Cluster Smart Mobility with mobile communication to and between vehicles, emergency scenarios in traffic control or drone applications in the logistics sector. One of the first customers in the mobility sector was SMEV. The four letters stand for Smart Mobility Evolution. The company will use the venue in Hanover to test scenarios of emergency vehicles, to further develop its own technologies and test them in the 1.5-million-square metre living lab and prepare them for real deployment. The objective is to develop a still more efficient and safe traffic concept for the future.

Alongside Giesecke + Devrient, Deutsche Telekom and Siemens are platinum partners in the 5G Smart Venue.