Open6GHub – 6G for Society and Sustainability
The project "Open6GHub" develops a 6G vision for sovereign citizens in a hyper-connected world from 2030. The aim of the Open6GHub is to provide contributions to a global 6G harmonization process and standard in the European context. We consider German interests in terms of our societal needs (sustainability, climate protection, data protection, resilience, ...) while maintaining the competitiveness of our companies and our technological sovereignty. Another interest is the position of Germany and Europe in the international competition for 6G.
The Open6GHub will contribute to the development of an overall 6G architecture, but also end-to-end solutions in the following, but not limited to, areas: advanced network topologies with highly agile organic networking, security and resilience, THz and photonic transmission methods, sensor functionalities in the network and their intelligent use, as well as processing and application-specific radio protocols.
“The Open6GHub cares about its openness,” says coordinator Prof. Hans Schotten, further explaining, “We seek an early, open and interactive dialogue with the public. We are open to collaborations with industry and users and will implement OpenLabs and experimental fields for this purpose, and we want to foster an open innovation system by involving SMEs and start-ups.”
22.02.2022 · news
Social media channels of the Open6GHub.
Always stay up to date on your mobile device. We are now also there for you on the popular social media channels.Read more
15.02.2022 · news
Open6GHub in the ITG News
In January 2022, the Open6GHub appeared in the ITG News of the “Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE” as part of the presentation of the BMBF's 6G program with a profile on the guiding vision.Read more
15.02.2022 · news
BMBF funds 6G Hubs
On June 29, 2021, it was officially announced that the BMBF, under the leadership of Federal Research Minister Anja Karliczek, will fund 4 6G research hubs, including the Open6GHub, with up to 250 million euros.Read more