GSMM 2019 Global Symposium on Millimeter Waves 2019 May 22-24, 2019 | Sendai, Japan

DOCOMO’s Latest Activities Toward Actualization of 5G

- New Services by Co-Creation with a Wide Range of Vertical Industries -

Prof. Yukihiko Okumura

Presentation Abstract
The fifth-generation mobile communications 5G is a next generation system having features such as enhanced mobile broadband, massive machine type communications, and ultra-reliable low-latency communications, which further developed the existing system. We DOCOMO are accelerating development toward actualization of 5G commercial system. On the other hand, 5G is currently becoming the hot topics of not only the mobile communication field but also the whole industry and academia using ICT. 5G system trials are ongoing for many kinds of use cases in Japan and other countries, and those are unexampled large scale trials through former generations of mobile communication systems. This situation can be understood as proof of very high expectation for 5G system by potential customers and players of very widely areas. This talk will describe DOCOMO’s view on the key technologies of 5G system, various new applications and services expected to be provided by 5G. In addition, the talk will introduce DOCOMO’s latest activities to co-create 5G services, including field experiments and system trials in cooperation with a wide range of vertical industries.
Dr. Yukihiko Okumura has been engaged in the research, standardization and development of wideband/broadband mobile radio communication technologies, terminals and systems, at NTT DOCOMO, INC since 1992. He is currently engaged in the research of 5G radio access technologies and is promoting field trials of 5G system. He is a Leader of 5G Radio Access Network Research Group, Research Laboratories, NTT DOCOMO, INC., and a Leader of 5G Trial Promotion Group, the Fifth Generation Mobile Communications Promotion Forum (5GMF), Japan. Dr. Yukihiko Okumura received his M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the Tokyo University of Science and his Ph.D. degree in engineering from the Tohoku University, Japan.