Development of 5G U-space services in Denmark receives 14 million euros government funding

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Denmark’s Innovation Fund supports the launch of the Grand Solutions project GENIUS which aims to develop a 5G network for the lower airspace.

Project partners include Naviair, TDC NET and Ericsson, Lorenz Technology and two Danish universities. The long term goal of the project is to create 5G powered U-space services that enable the safe operation of drones in the same airspace as manned air traffic.

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