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TR 22.891SA1
Study on New Services
and Markets Technology Enablers

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Rapporteur:  Dr. Neal, AdrianVODAFONE Group Plc

The present document aims to identify the market segments and verticals whose needs 3GPP should focus on meeting, and to identify groups of related use cases and requirements that the 3GPP eco-system would need to support in the future. This is a very broad and wide-ranging endeavour. As a result, the work will be organised so that a subset of distinct work/study items with clearly focussed objectives are executed in each stage of the work.
This study will develop several use cases covering various scenarios and identify the related high-level potential requirements which can be derived from them. It will identify and group together use cases with common characteristics and propose a few, e.g. 3-4, use cases (or groups of use cases with common characteristics) for further development in the next stage of the work.
Analysis will also be made on which legacy services and requirements from the existing 3GPP systems need to be included, if fallback mechanisms to them need to be developed, or if fallback is not necessary.
The focus of this work is on the use cases and requirements that cannot be met with EPS. Use cases identified as applicable for EPS are outside the scope of this study and are expected to be progressed independently of it.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 10
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 12
4  Overview
5  Use CasesWord-p. 14
5.1  Ultra-reliable communications
5.2  Network Slicing
5.3  Lifeline communications / natural disaster
5.4  Migration of Services from earlier generationsWord-p. 18
5.5  Mobile broadband for indoor scenario
5.6  Mobile broadband for hotspots scenario
5.7  On-demand Networking
5.8  Flexible application traffic routing
5.9  Flexibility and scalability
5.10  Mobile broadband services with seamless wide-area coverageWord-p. 22
5.11  Virtual presence
5.12  Connectivity for drones
5.13  Industrial Control
5.14  Tactile Internet
5.15  Localized real-time control
5.16  Coexistence with legacy systems
5.17  Extreme real-time communications and the tactile internet
5.18  Remote Control
5.19  Light weight device configuration
5.20  Wide area sensor monitoring and event driven alarms
5.21  IoT Device Initialization
5.22  Subscription security credentials update
5.23  Access from less trusted networks
5.24  Bio-connectivity
5.25  Wearable Device Communication
5.26  Best Connection per Traffic Type
5.27  Multi Access network integration
5.28  Multiple RAT connectivity and RAT selectionWord-p. 37
5.29  Higher User Mobility
5.30  Connectivity Everywhere
5.31  Temporary Service for Users of Other Operators in Emergency Case
5.32  Improvement of network capabilities for vehicular case
5.33  Connected vehicles
5.34  Mobility on demand
5.35  Context Awareness to support network elasticity
5.36  In-network and device caching
5.37  Routing path optimization when server changes
5.38  ICN Based Content Retrieval
5.39  Wireless Briefcase
5.40  Devices with variable data
5.41  Domestic Home Monitoring
5.42  Low mobility devices
5.43  Materials and inventory management and location tracking
5.44  Cloud RoboticsUp
5.45  Industrial Factory Automation
5.46  Industrial Process AutomationWord-p. 56
5.47  SMARTER Service ContinuityWord-p. 58
5.48  Provision of essential services for very low-ARPU areasWord-p. 60
5.49  Network capability exposureWord-p. 61
5.50  Low-delay speech and video coding
5.51  Network enhancements to support scalability and automation
5.52  Wireless Self-Backhauling
5.53  Vehicular Internet & InfotainmentWord-p. 64
5.54  Local UAV CollaborationWord-p. 65
5.55  High Accuracy Enhanced Positioning (ePositioning)
5.56  Broadcasting Support
5.57  Ad-Hoc BroadcastingWord-p. 69
5.58  Green Radio
5.59  Massive Internet of Things M2M and device identificationUp
5.60  Light weight device communicationWord-p. 72
5.61  Fronthaul/Backhaul Network Sharing
5.62  Device Theft Preventions / Stolen Device Recovery
5.63  Diversified Connectivity
5.64  User Multi-Connectivity across operatorsWord-p. 75
5.65  Moving ambulance and bio-connectivity
5.66  Broadband Direct Air to Ground Communications (DA2GC)
5.67  Wearable Device ChargingWord-p. 78
5.68  Telemedicine Support
5.69  Network Slicing - RoamingUp
5.70  Broadcast/Multicast Services using a Dedicated Radio Carrier
5.71  Wireless Local Loop
5.72  5G Connectivity Using Satellites
5.73  Delivery Assurance for High Latency Tolerant Services
5.74  Priority, QoS and Policy ControlUp
6  Considerations
7  Conclusion and RecommendationsWord-p. 91
A  Time Delay analysisWord-p. 92
B  Change historyWord-p. 95

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