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TR 22.885 (SA1)
Study on LTE support
for Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Services

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Rapporteur:  Dr. Lee, Ki-Dong

The objective of this TR is to identify use cases and associated potential requirements for LTE support of V2X services taking into account V2X Services and parameters defined in other SDOs (e.g. GSMA Connected Living, ETSI ITS (Intelligent Transportation System), US SAE) or related governmental agency (e.g. C-ITS project in Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport). The essential use cases for LTE V2X (V2V, V2I, and V2P) to be studied and requirements identified are as follows;
  • V2V: covering LTE-based communication between vehicles.
  • V2P: covering LTE-based communication between a vehicle and a device carried by an individual (e.g. handheld terminal carried by a pedestrian, cyclist, driver or passenger).
  • V2I: covering LTE-based communication between a vehicle and a roadside unit.
This TR includes safety and non-safety aspects.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviations
4  Overview
5  Use CasesUp
5.1  Forward Collision Warning
5.2  Control Loss WarningWord-p. 12
5.3  V2V Use case for emergency vehicle warningWord-p. 13
5.4  V2V Emergency Stop Use CaseWord-p. 14
5.5  Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control
5.6  V2I Emergency Stop Use Case
5.7  Queue Warning
5.8  Road safety services
5.9  Automated Parking System
5.10  Wrong way driving warning
5.11  V2X message transfer under MNO control
5.12  Pre-crash Sensing WarningWord-p. 22
5.13  V2X in areas outside network coverageWord-p. 23
5.14  V2X Road safety service via infrastructureWord-p. 24
5.15  V2N Traffic Flow Optimisation
5.16  Curve Speed WarningWord-p. 27
5.17  Warning to Pedestrian against Pedestrian CollisionWord-p. 28
5.18  Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Safety
5.19  V2X by UE-type RSUWord-p. 31
5.20  V2X Minimum QoS
5.21  Use case for V2X access when roaming
5.22  Pedestrian Road Safety via V2P awareness messages
5.23  Mixed Use Traffic Management
5.24  Enhancing Positional Precision for traffic participants
5.25  Privacy in the V2V communication environment
5.26  V2N Use Case to provide overview to road traffic participants and interested parties
5.27  Remote diagnosis and just in time repair notificationWord-p. 39
6  ConsiderationsUp
7  Potential Requirements
8  Conclusion and RecommendationsWord-p. 43
A  Example parametersWord-p. 44
B  Spectrum usage options for LTE-based V2XWord-p. 46
C  Density of UEsWord-p. 47
D  V2X deployment examplesWord-p. 48
E  Intersection safety for pedestrian via vehicle to infrastructure communicationWord-p. 49
F  Change historyWord-p. 50

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