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P1955

Standard for 6G Empowering Robotics: Use Case Scenarios, Requirements, Architectural Impact, and Technical Assumptions

This standard defines a framework for the International Telecommunication Union Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) working party (WP5D) International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) IMT-2030 (also known as the 6th Generation (6G) of mobile network technology) empowering robotics applications. The framework incorporates potential robotics use case requirements, 6G enabling technologies, and defines the architectural impact necessary to enhance robotics and automation processes. Additionally, the framework includes a reference model and architecture, which defines functional requirements, common architectural entities, interfaces between those entities, and the mapping of functions to those entities. The standard specifies wireless connectivity, sensing and positioning capabilities for addressing robotics application requirements for perception, cognition, and actuation that can be employed to advance operational reliability, capability, and efficiency. 6G enabling robotics encompasses mission critical applications (e.g., disaster recovery), as well as health care assistance, industry-related scenarios, remote operation, automation, and inventory management.

Sponsor Committee
COM/MobiNet-SC - Mobile Communication Networks Standards Committee
Joint Sponsors
RAS/SC
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2024-06-06

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Communications Society
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Sponsor Committee
COM/MobiNet-SC - Mobile Communication Networks Standards Committee
Working Group
TI - Tactile Internet
IEEE Program Manager
Dalisa Gonzalez
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Working Group Chair
Oliver Holland

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P1918.1

IEEE Draft Standard for Tactile Internet: Application Scenarios, Definitions and Terminology, Architecture, Functions, and Technical Assumptions

This standard defines a framework for the Tactile Internet, including descriptions of various application scenarios, definitions and terminology, functions, and technical assumptions. This framework prominently also includes a reference model and architecture, which defines common architectural entities, interfaces between those entities, and the mapping of functions to those entities. The Tactile Internet encompasses mission critical applications (e.g., manufacturing, transportation, healthcare and mobility), as well as non-critical applications (e.g., edutainment and events).

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1918.1.1-2024

IEEE Standard for Haptic Codecs for the Tactile Internet

Haptic codecs for the data reduction of kinesthetic and tactile signals are described in this standard. Three types of codecs are presented in this document, including the no-delay kinesthetic codec (Part I), the delay-robust kinesthetic codec (Part II), and the tactile codec (PartnIII). Additionally, this document introduces handshaking and metadata exchange mechanisms for the exchange of the capabilities of haptic devices (Part IV). This standard also provides additional information (in informative annexes) for codec implementation and evaluation, such as the reference software and hardware setups for kinesthetic and tactile codecs, and cross-validation results. Additional Open Source content available here: https://opensource.ieee.org/haptic-codecs/kinesthetic/-/releases/0.1.0.

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