The objective of 6G-PATH is to help foster the development and integration of new and improved tools and products from EU companies with 5G/6G, while measuring key performance indicators (KPIs) and value elements relevant key (KVI).

To make it,

7 testbeds will be part of the project consortium, which will be used by 10 use cases spread across 4 key verticals: Healthcare, Education, Smart Cities and Agriculture.

A part of the budget will be allocated to Financial Support to Third Parties (FSTP), where the integration of 2 new Pilot Sites is planned, the expansion of the test banks with 10 additional technologies, as well as 30 new use cases, through Calls Open, to further involve the community and obtain more metrics and results.


A total of 7 specific objectives have been set for the project:

1. Establish 6G-PATH experimentation and validation infrastructure and convert it into B5G/6G experimental infrastructures and pre-normative testbeds.

2. Deliver and perfect a transversal integration and experimentation platform.

3. Expand the user community and implement large-scale field tests with internal and external experiments, through open calls.

4. Compile and refine the requirements derived from Stream B and the verticals.

5. Design cutting-edge business models for the commercialization and exploitation of 6G-PATH use cases and technologies.

6. Disseminate and communicate results to a broad community of stakeholders, while ensuring impact on standardization efforts.

7. Create repositories for the open transfer of knowledge and support for subsequent phases of the Smart Networks and Services (SNS) program.

In 6G-PATH, OdinS implements new security, privacy and trust mechanisms (ie SecurityaaS services, AAA component, Policy Enforcer) for 6G infrastructure.

6G-PATH project has received funding from the Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU) under the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation program under Grant Agreement No 101139172.

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