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3GPP Rel-17 Work on Vertical TopicsGeorg Mayer, 3GPP SA ChairmanBalazs Berteniy, 3GPP RAN Chairman 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#841

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3GPP Organisation3GPP – The 3rd Generation Partnership Project(“the project”)Project Coordination Group (PCG)TSG RANTSG CTTSG SACore Network & TerminalsService & Systems AspectsCT WG1SA WG1ServicesRAN WG2MM/CC/SM (lu)(end-to-end aspects)Radio Layer 2 specRadio Layer 3 RR specCT WG3ArchitectureInterworking with externalnetworksSA WG3CT WG4SecurityRadio Access NetworkRAN WG1Radio Layer 1 specRAN WG3lub spec, lur spec, lu specUTRAN O&M requirements(Radio CN Interfaces)RAN WG4Radio PerformanceProtocol aspectsRAN WG5Mobile TerminalConformance TestingRAN WG6GSM EDGERadio Access Network3GPP TSG#84MAP/GTP/BCH/SS(protocols within the CN)CT WG6Smart Card Application AspectsSA WG2SA WG4Codec & MediaSA WG5Telecom ManagementSA WG6Mission-Critical ApplicationsPCG – Coordination of 3GPP by theOrganizational Partners (OPs)Technical Specification Groups (TSGs) coveringdifferent aspects of 3GPP system & processTSGs are organized into Working Groups (WGs)TSGs meet 4 times a year in the so-called“Plenary meetings” (co-located)WGs meet once or more per plenary cycle(mostly not co-located)Each TSG and each WG elects its ownleadership (2 year terms / 2 terms)Technical work is mostly done in WGsOverall planning and coordination in TSGs 3GPP 20193

3GPP Eco-SystemThe 3GPP Organizational Partners (OP) are the sevenStandards Developing Organizations (SDOs) - fromChina, Europe, India, Japan, Korea and the UnitedStates.Standards bodiesMarket RepresentationPartners (MRPs)Participation in 3GPP is made possible by companiesand organizations becoming Individual Members (IM)of one of the OPs.OrganizationalPartners (OPs)Specific inputs, in the form of market requirementsmay also come in to the Project via any of the twentyMarket Representation Partners (MRP) in 3GPP. Theseorganizations have all signed up to the 3GPP Projectscope and objectives.Lots of external cooperation with other standardsbodies and a broad variety of other groups, by way offormal Liaisons.5G ProjectsCertificationFormal Liaisons450 MHz AllianceAISGBluetoothBroadband Forum (BBF)CableLabsInternational Special Committee on Radio Interference(CISPR)CTIADigital Video Broadcasting (DVB) ProjectEcma InternationalExpert Group for Emergency Access (EGEA)EurescomCOST 273European Radiocommunications Committee (ERC)Fixed Mobile Convergence Alliance (FMCA)Global Certification Forum (GCF)Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTD)GPS Industry CouncilGSM AssociationHomeRF ForumIDB ForumIEEEInternet Engineering Task Force (IETF)IrDAInternational Multimedia TelecomunicationsConsortium (IMTC)Internet Streaming Media AllianceISO-ITU expert groupISO MPEG / JPEGITU-T SG2JAIN tm (Javatm APIs for Integrated Networks)The Java Community Process (JCP)Liberty Alliance ProjectLTE/SAE Trial Initiative (LSTI)Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF)NENANGMN (Next Generation Mobile Networks)oneM2MOMA (Open Mobile Alliance )Open Networking Foundation (ONF)Open IPTV ForumObject Management Group (OMG)PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB)Portable Computer and CommunicationsAssociation (PCCA)Presence and Availability Management (PAM) ForumRSA LaboratoriesSDR ForumSun Micro Systems IncSteercoSyncML InitiativeTrusted Computing Group (TCG)TeleManagement Forum (TMF)TCCATIA /TR45TIA/TR47TV-anytime ForumVoice eXtensible Mark-up Language (VXML) ForumWi-Fi AllianceWireless Broadband Alliance (WBA)WLAN Smart Card ConsortiumWireless World Research Forum (WWRF)World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#844

3GPP – How It Works3GPP works based on362 Companies actively participate in the 3GPP work Participation in face-to-face meetingsPro-activity & Contributions – you need writtenproposals to get attentionConsenus – nobody says “no” in order to progress From all over the worldAll major telecommunication companies – operators, network/device/chipsetvendorsMore and more vertical industry representatives bring their work directly to 3GPPWork organizationAmazing Track Record Study Items, Work ItemsReleases with fixed time-lines, which are partiallyoverlappingWork Plan (good overview)3 stages, often overlapping Stage 1: RequirementsStage 2: ArchitectureStage 3: Protocols3GPP started 1998, since then all major standards projects were deployede.g. 3G/UMTS, 4G/LTE, VoLTE/IMS, NB-IoTSeamless migration from “old” to “new” technology generationsA new Release every 15 to 24 months Allows for resonably fast standardization & deployment of new ideasStrong comittment to time-lines gurantees reliable planning and time-to-marketNew technologies get easily introduced (IP, IoT, AI .) 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#845

timeStage 1/2/3 (very simplified SA view)Stage 1Stage 2Stage SA5OAMSA6Apps/MCRANRadioAccessCT – Protocols & Coding 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#846

Releases (very simplified SA view)Release X Content &Timeline PlanningRelease XStage 1 StudiesStage 1 Work ItemsStage 2 StudiesStage 2Work ItemsStage 3 StudiesStage 3 Work Items3 monthsRelease X 1 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#847

Release 17 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8488

Current Schedule Overview (SA/CT)SA#84Q2/2019Rel-16 ScheduleR16stage 2freezeRel-17 PlanningRANRel-17dayRel-17 S1 normativeS2 -17dayRel-17timelinefixR17stage 1 80%R17stage 1freezeSA#87Q1/2020SA#88Q2/2020R16stage 3freezeR16codefreezeSA#89Q3/2020R17stage e 3freezeSA#93Q3/2021R17codefreezeR18stage 1Initial input 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#849

Next Steps for Rel-17July to December RAN E-Mail Discussions on Work AreasSA1 Meeting August 19-23, Sophia Antipolis, France R17 stage 1 items pushed to 80% completionSA/RAN/CT Plenaries September 16-20, Newport Beach, CA, USA R17 SA(2) content discussion & prioritization RAN & SA common work identification & R17 content discussionSA/RAN/CT Plenaries December 9-20, Sitges, Spain R17 content discussion finalization R17 timeline (15 or 18 month release?) fixed3GPP TSG#84 3GPP 201910

New IdeasCompletely NewRequirementsRel-18Rel-17 additions can only be done over the next weeks within the given R17work/study items.New Requirements should be well communicated within vertical community &with other players.Once Rel-18 work starts (early/mid 2020) things will again progress fast –prepare your new ideas early. 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8411

Rel-17 Work Items Overview (SA)CMED – Communication Service Requirements for CriticalMedical Applications (SA1 WID)provide the connectivity between medical devices and criticalmedical applications enable high quality and augmented imaging systems in hybridoperation rooms tele-diagnosis tele- or robotic-aided operationsEAV – 5G Enhancements for Unmanned Areal Vehicles (UAVs)(SA1 WID)to meet the industry applications and UAV communication serviceneeds, including command and control traffic, on-board radio accessnode (UxNB), network exposure, service restrictions.eCAV – Enhancements for Cyber-Physical Control Applicationsin Vertical Domains (SA1 WID)Industrial Ethernet integration(time synchronization, different time domains, integration scenarios,support for time-sensitive networking (TSN)High-level requirements for network operation and maintenance in5G non-public networks for cyber-physical control applications invertical domainsPositioning with focus on vertical directions / dimension forIndustrial IoT.REFEC – enhanced Relays for Energy eFficiency and ExtensiveCoverage (SA1 WID)for multi-hop relay / “indirect 3GPP communication”KPIs are e.g. on inHome, SmartCities, SmartFarming,SmartFactories Relay selection, authorization, service continuity, 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8412

Rel-17 Work Items Overview (SA)AVPROD – Audio-Visual Service Production (SA1 WID)production and contribution of audio-visual content and services.Including network exposure, clock sync, application requirements,mobile & airborne base stations for NPNs, service continuity.NCIS – Network Controlled Interactive Service (NCIS)Requirements (SA1 WID)provide users with interactive servicesnew types of devices (robots, VR/AR devices, )& new services (data sharing between UEs, online gaming, )will be introduced in different environments, e.g. homeentertainment systems, education in office, devices need to communicate directly (ProSe) or with 5GC serviceMCOver5GS – Mission Critical services support over 5G System(SA6 Study)impacts on and the necessary changes in Mission Criticalspecifications to ensure that Mission Critical services are supportedover the 5GS5G ProSe – System enhancement for Proximity based Servicesin 5GS (SA2 Study)common framework for supporting proximity based services forboth public safety and commercial proximity servicesone-to-many/one-to-one direct communication including out-ofcoverage5MBS – Architectural enhancements for 5G multicast-broadcastservices (SA2 Study)enhancements to the 5G system architecture to providemulticast-broadcast services which might be used for differentvertical businessesScenarios are e.g. ad-hoc multicast/broadcast streams, software delivery over wireless, group communications broadcast/multicast IoT applications, V2X applications public safety 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8413

Rel-17 SA1 ItemsAVPRODATRACAudio-Visual Service ProductionAsset Tracking Use CasesCMEDeCAVEAVREFECNCISVMOD DISPLAYMINTCommunication Service Requirements for Critical Medical ApplicationsEnhancements for cyber-physical control applications in vertical domains5G Enhancement for UAVsEnhanced Relays for Energy eFficiency and Extensive CoverageNetwork Controlled Interactive ServiceVerification-modified Calling Name DisplaySupport for Minimization of service InterruptionMUSIMMPS2Support for Multi-USIM DevicesMultimedia Priority Service (MPS) Phase 2MONASTERYENDFRMCS3Complete Gap Analysis for Railways Mobile Communication SystemFuture Railway Mobile Communication System3 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8414

Rel-17 SA2 ItemseNPN5GLAN enhID-UASenhanced support of Non-Public NetworksEnhancement of support for 5G LAN-type serviceSupporting Unmanned Aerial Systems Connectivity, Identification, and Tracking5G AISMUSIMMPS2FLADNeLCS ph25MBS5G ProSeeV2XARC Ph2IIoT5G System Enhancement for Advanced Interactive ServicesSupport for Multi-USIM DevicesMultimedia Priority Service (MPS) Phase 2Supporting Flexible Local Area Data NetworkEnhancement to the 5GC LoCation Services-Phase 2Architectural enhancements for 5G multicast-broadcast servicesSystem enhancement for Proximity based Services in 5GSArchitecture enhancements for 3GPP support of advanced V2X services - Phase 2Enhanced support of Industrial IoT - TSC/URLLC enhancements 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8415

Rel-17 SA2 Itemsenh ECUPCAS5GSAT ARCHIABARCSUP5G MCIoTeNS Ph2eATSSSeIMS5GAAI LTE NRNG RTCSB SMSUUI5eNA Ph2eUEPOenhancement of support for Edge Computing in 5GCUPF enhancement for control and SBAIntegration of Satellite in 5G SystemsArchitecture enhancements for the support of Integrated access and backhaul (IAB)Smarter User PlaneCellular IoT enhancement for the 5G SystemEnhancement of Network Slicing Phase 2Extended Access Traffic Steering, Switch and Splitting support in the 5G systemarchitectureEnhanced IMS to 5GC IntegrationApplication Awareness Interworking between LTE and NRSystem architecture for next generation real time communication servicesservice-based support for SMS in 5GCthe Usage of User Identifiers in the 5G SystemEnablers for Network Automation for 5G - phase 2enhancement of 5G UE Policy 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8416

Rel-17 SA4 ItemsVRQoEVR QoE metrics5GMS3ITT4RT5G Media Streaming stage 3Support of Immersive Teleconferencing and Telepresence for RemoteTerminalsTerminal Audio quality performance and Test methods for Immersive AudioServicesEVS Codec Extension for Immersive Voice and Audio ServicesATIASIVAS Codec 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8417

Rel-17 SA6 ItemsMCIOPSFFAPPUASAPPeMONASTERY2eV2XAPPMC services support on IOPS mode of operationApplication layer support for Factories of the Future in 5G networkApplication layer support for Unmanned Aerial System (UAS)Enhancements to Application Architecture for the MobileCommunication System for Railways Phase 2Support of the 5GMSG (message service for MIoT over 5G System)ServiceEnhancements to application layer support for V2X servicesEDGEAPPMCOver5GSApplication Architecture for enabling Edge ApplicationsStudy on Mission Critical Services support over 5G SystemenhMCLocStudy on location enhancements for mission critical services5GMARCH 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8418

R17 Areas of Common Vertical InterestBroadcast / Multicast MC, Automotive, Satellites, Drones, Proximity Services MC, Automotive, Broadcasters, Maritime, Smart Home/City, Asset Tracking, Positioning / Location 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8419

Release 17 in RAN 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8420

RAN process for Release 17 contentdefinitionEmail discussion for each Work Area to be conducted on the RAN Drafts exploderuntil December/2019 This is an open email exploder, anyone can follow the discussions Each email discussion to use a dedicated tag in the Subject: (and potential sub-tags) for easytraceabilityRelease 17 content definition decision in December (3GPP TSG#86):Only a small subset of all Work Areas will be taken on board!Note: What is left out can again be considered in Release 18 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8421

RAN Work Areas 1/3NR Light Optimal operation for mid-tier NR devices (e.g MTC, wearables, etc ), incl power saving aspectsSmall data transfer optimization Small Data and Inactive Data transmission (both Uplink and Downlink)Sidelink enhancements Includes V2X, Commercial, Critical Communications Includes FR2 ( 6GHz) aspects Achieve maximum commonality between commercial, V2X, and Critical Communication usage of sidelinkNR above 52.6 GHz (inlc 60GHz unlicensed) Preparing for waveform decision for 52.6GHz, and decision cut off point (between waveforms)Multi SIM operation Identify the RAN impact of target use cases for Multi SIM operation, identify specification impactsNR multicast broadcast Main drivers: V2X and Public Safety3GPP TSG#84 3GPP 201922

RAN Work Areas 2/3Coverage enhancements Clarify requirements for all relevant scenarios focusing on extreme coverage Data rate target FFS. Includes both indoor as well as wide areaNB-IoT and eMTC enhancements Enhancements motivated by current commercial deploymentsIIoT and URLLC enhancements Header compression aspects and other Release 16 leftoversMIMO enhancements Enhancements motivated by current commercial deployments E.g.: Support for cases with high speed mobility, better support for FDDNR for Non Terrestrial NetworksIntegrated Access and Backhaul Enhancements E.g. Mobile IAB3GPP TSG#84 3GPP 201923

RAN Work Areas 3/3Generic enhancements to NR-U Generic unlicensed operation enhancements not covered by any other itemPower saving enhancements Enhancements for power saving of smartphones Network power saving aspectsRAN data collection enhancements Includes SON and MDT enhancements Data collection to enable AIPositioning enhancements Factory/campus positioning, IoT, V2X positioning, 3D positioning, cm level accuracy, incl latency and reliability improvements 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8424

Remember:Release 17 content definition decision in December (3GPPTSG#86):Only a small subset of all Work Areas will be taken on board!Note: What is left out can again be considered in Release 18 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8425

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Verticals 3GPP Success StoryPublic Safety / Mission Critical (MCPTT, MCServices, )V2X / AutomotiveInterNet of Things (cIoT/NB-IoT, )cyber-physical control applications (cyberCAV, Vertical LAN)Railways (MONASTERY, FRMCS)Vertical solutions have been successfully developed in 3GPP over the last yearsIf requirements are clear and aligned this can happen within 1 release 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8427

3GPP Release Cycle & Vertical Products3GPP Release X3GPP Release X 13GPP Release X 2Work Item view3GPP Release X 33GPP Release X 43GPP Release X 5Vertical 1 CycleVertical 2 CycleProduct/Solution viewVertical 3 Cycle 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8428

Progression of Work Items (Example)“Sidelink”SA1: V2XRAN:Sidelink enhRAN WGs3GPP TSG#84MC Off-NetworkSA1: MCMulti-Hop RelaysSA1: REFECAV-DistributionSA1: AVPRODSA3/4/5/6SA2: 5G ProSeCT WGs 3GPP 201929

Possible 3GPP ImprovementsSupport of Newcomers in all Working Groups(Mentoring, Intro Session, Intro Material)Liaisons Persons to MRP meetingsMuch better overview on where relevant vertical worktakes placeMore transparent processesBetter understanding of what are the long-termexpectations of specific MRPs.Soften impact of 3GPP Release and Vertical “Product”cycles 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8430

Resources3GPP is based on Written input contributionsFace-2-Face meetingsConsensus – you need to actively convince other partiesWork spawning over several groups in parallelVerticals need to make sure to send delegates to all groups in which their topics are handled provide long-term participants in these groups support other players in their work in order to more acceptance in community 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8431

Step-Wise Approach3GPP is based on Releases, usually between 12 and 24 month long Iterative approach – a topic can spawn over several releases Work Items – usually on stage 2 / 3only covering a technical sub-areaVerticals need to make sure to align their views in a way that they requirements are met per release to plan their requirements so that they can be processed in different WIs to move parts of their work into more general WIDs (e.g. URLLC) 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8432

Common Solutions“Sidelink”AutomotiveDevice to DevicePublic SafetyMulti-Hop Relayse.g. Smart HomeAV-DistributionBroadcastersDifferent vertical industries need to coordinate to get common solutions(on a very technical level) 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8433

Organize & CooperateIdentify & contribute common requirementsWork on common technical solutions (also with other players)Early communication on SIDs/WIDs/CRsPropose improvements to support vertical work in 3GPPEconomy of scale 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8434

Summary & Next StepsVerticals have worked successfully in Rel-16, -15 and earlierRel-17 content will be fixed during next months – only small adjustments arestill possiblePlan new ideas for Rel-18Key steps for verticals / MRPS Coordinate amongst each other & with other playersProvide necessary resourcesPropose new (gradual) improvementsLet us tackle open issues together 3GPP TSG#84How to gain more awareness of vertical views on all levels of 3GPP?How to reflect better vertical industries product cycles and approaches? 3GPP 201935

Tasks/Questions for thend2Vertical WS1.Identify concrete targets and set clear actions for the way forward.2.Is there anything still needed from Rel-17?If yes: clear contribution & action plan how to get this in3.How to organize vertical work on Rel-18?How to identify common requirements and (more critical) common technical solutions?4.How do verticals want to communicate their long-term plans to 3GPP?5.How can verticals work together to make “their case” more attractive to other players in 3GPPand the industry? 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8436

Thank You!Georg Mayer3GPP SA Chairmail: [email protected]: 43 699 1900 5758Balazs Bertenyi3GPP RAN Chairmail: [email protected] 3GPP 20193GPP TSG#8437

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