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Private 5G networks open up new possibilities

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Work on the construction of the 5G infrastructure for the private 5G network project at Frankfurt Airport should begin in the third quarter of this year. Fraport, which operates Frankfurt Airport, says the private network will begin as a test in a “selected area” of the airport. The network will then expand in 2023 to eventually cover 20 square kilometers. Frankfurt Airport is the busiest airport in Germany by the number of passengers. The network will be built by the Japanese telecom company NTT.

The network will be used for voice and data communication, but Fraport suggests that in the future it could be used for innovative projects such as autonomous driving on airport runways. Fraport says it will use the Campus network license granted by Germany’s telecoms regulator, the Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA).

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“Managing an independent mobile network is a milestone for us as an airport operator. We are laying the strategic foundations that will help us make airport operations even more efficient in the future thanks to innovation and digitization,” says Fraport’s CIO, Dr. Wolfgang Standhaft.

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