Government funding: £3,822,760
Zeetta, a UK technology company, has been selected to lead the £9m DCMS-funded 5G-ENCODE project at the National Composites Centre (NCC) in Bristol.
The consortium comprises ten companies including Telefonica, Siemens, Toshiba, Solvay and Baker Hughes. Zeetta will be offering its multi-domain orchestration technology based on 5G network splicing and slicing.
The project will examine new business models for private mobile networks in the manufacturing sector. It will investigate three key industrial 5G use cases to improve productivity and effectiveness of composite design and manufacture: interactive augmented reality (AR); asset tracking across multiple sites and locations; and industrial system management.
The 5G-ENCODE project will start in February 2020 and will run until March 2022.
Organisations participating in this project
Sport, Travel & LeisureThe West of England is one of the UK’s most prosperous regions and we want to make it even better. Learn more...
The National Composites Centre is a world-class research centre, where companies of any size and across industry sectors, can access cutting-edge technology and specialist engineers, to drive innovation in the design and manufacture of composites. Learn more...
We are the leading energy technology company. We design, manufacture and service transformative technologies to help take energy forward. Learn more...
Sport, Travel & LeisureZeetta Networks can transform your network into an interactive programmable platform for better control, improved efficiency, enhanced performance and better cost controls, using your existing infrastructure. Learn more...
Toshiba Research Europe Limited operates Toshiba’s Cambridge Research Laboratory and Bristol Research and Innovation Laboratory. Learn more...