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TR 22.832SA1
Study on enhancements for
Cyber-Physical Control Applications
in Vertical Domains

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V17.1.0 (Wzip)  2019/12  91 p.

WI Acronym:  FS_eCAV
Rapporteur:  Mr. Bahr, MichaelSiemens AG

The present document identifies further Stage 1 potential 5G service requirements for cyber-physical control applications in vertical domains.
The present document provides specific use cases to provide clarity and to motivate the additional service requirements. Relative to the Rel-16 baseline, there are more specific requirements or additional requirements for closely-related additional functionality in order to improve the applicability of 5G systems to vertical domains.
The aspects addressed are:
  • Industrial Ethernet integration, which includes time synchronization, different time domains, integration scenarios, and support for time-sensitive networking (TSN);
  • Non-public networks, non-public networks as private slices, and further implications on security for non-public networks;
  • Network operation and Maintenance in 5G non-public networks for cyber-physical control applications in vertical domains; Enhanced QoS monitoring, communication service and networks diagnostics; Communication service interface between application and 5G systems, e.g. information to the network for setting up communication services for cyber-physical control applications and corresponding monitoring;
  • Network performance requirements for cyber-physical control applications in vertical domains;
  • Positioning with focus on the vertical dimension for Industrial IoT;
  • Device-to-device/ProSe communication for cyber-physical applications in vertical domains.

full Table of Contents for  TR 22.832  Word version:   17.1.0

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1 Scope2 References3 Definitions and abbreviations4 Overview5 Use cases5.1 Introduction5.2 Integration of 5G networks with TSN networks (time synchronization)5.3 Multiple Working Clock Domains in gNB5.4 Merging of working clock domains5.5 Communication monitoring for CAV applications5.6 Network energy efficiency and resource optimization with application assistance5.7 Consideration on Communication Service interface5.8 Mobile operation panel for production lines5.9 Providing vertical positioning for industrial use cases5.10 Device-to-device communication in close proximity for CAV applications5.11 Cooperative carrying of work pieces5.12 Providing relative positioning information of the device with no or bad network coverage5.13 Service to out-of-coverage UEs for process monitoring and plant asset management5.14 Non-public networks as private slices5.15 Flexible manufacturing with modular production systems and mobility5.16 Control-to-Control communication (Wired to wireless link replacement)5.17 Redundant Network Paths5.18 Industrial Wireless Sensors for process and asset monitoring5.19 Use case for multi-connectivity for robotic automation5.20 Time synchronisation budget for 5G system in integrated TSN networks6 Merged potential service requirements7 ConclusionsA Considerations on communication service interfaceB Considerations on absolute and relative positioningC Industrial communication network architectureD Communication service availability vs. failureE Requirements mapping use case to mergedF Change history

 

1  ScopeWord-p. 9
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 10
4  OverviewWord-p. 11
5  Use casesWord-p. 14
5.1  Introduction
5.2  Integration of 5G networks with TSN networks (time synchronization)Word-p. 15
5.3  Multiple Working Clock Domains in gNBUp
5.4  Merging of working clock domainsWord-p. 23
5.5  Communication monitoring for CAV applications
5.6  Network energy efficiency and resource optimization with application assistance
5.7  Consideration on Communication Service interface
5.8  Mobile operation panel for production lines
5.9  Providing vertical positioning for industrial use casesWord-p. 33
5.10  Device-to-device communication in close proximity for CAV applicationsWord-p. 34
5.11  Cooperative carrying of work piecesUp
5.12  Providing relative positioning information of the device with no or bad network coverageWord-p. 43
5.13  Service to out-of-coverage UEs for process monitoring and plant asset management
5.14  Non-public networks as private slicesWord-p. 45
5.15  Flexible manufacturing with modular production systems and mobility
5.16  Control-to-Control communication (Wired to wireless link replacement)Word-p. 48
5.17  Redundant Network Paths
5.18  Industrial Wireless Sensors for process and asset monitoringWord-p. 52
5.19  Use case for multi-connectivity for robotic automationWord-p. 55
5.20  Time synchronisation budget for 5G system in integrated TSN networks
6  Merged potential service requirements
7  Conclusions
A  Considerations on communication service interfaceWord-p. 72
B  Considerations on absolute and relative positioningWord-p. 80
C  Industrial communication network architectureWord-p. 82
D  Communication service availability vs. failureWord-p. 85
E  Requirements mapping use case to mergedWord-p. 87
F  Change historyWord-p. 88

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