Future eHealth powered by 5G

Project Key Information

Project Status: running

Start Date: December 2018

End Date: December 2021

Budget (total): 26373 K€

Effort: 301.96 PY

Project-ID: C2017/3-6

Project Coordinator

Name: Gema Maestro

Company: Experis IT

Country: Spain

E-mail: gema.maestro(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)experis.es

Project Consortium

Åbo Akademi University Turku, Finland

ArcDia Oy, Finland

Benete Oy, Finland

Gasera, Finland

Kaltio Technologies Oy, Finland

Labrox, Finland

National Institute for health and welfare, Finland

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

Gandi, France

Green Communication, France

Institut Mines Télécom, France

Softeam, France

Ucopia, France

University Paris-Est Creteil, France

Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany

Fraunhofer Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen IIS, Germany

highstreet technologies, Germany

Inova Computers GmbH, Multimedia-Systeme, Germany

Technical University Berlin, Germany

Bundleslab, Hungary

RedZinc, Ireland

Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland

LiveU, Israel

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea

Insung Information, Korea

Kookmin University, Korea

LifeSemantics, Korea

Experis IT, Spain

Nunsys, Spain

Pulso, Spain

Quobis Networks, Spain

Televès S.A., Spain

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona , Spain

Accellrate Mobile Infrastructure AB, Sweden

Alkit Communications, Sweden

Alten Sverige AB, Sweden

Camanio Care AB, Sweden

CCR-V, Sweden

Mälardalen University, Sweden

Tele2 IoT AB, Sweden

Enforma, Turkey

Ericsson Arastima Gelistirme ve Bilisim Hiz. A.S., Turkey

Inosens, Turkey

NETAS Telecommunications A.S., Turkey

Semper Tech Inc, Turkey

Turkcell Teknoloji, Turkey

Vestel Electronics, Turkey

National technical university of Ukraine, Igor Sikorsky Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine


Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services.

The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results.

The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations, all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.

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