June 20-22, 2018, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
10 Xitucheng Rd, BeiTaiPingZhuang, Haidian Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100876

The 5th OAI Workshop was a testimony to the growth of the OpenAirInterface community in the Asian region. We would like to extend our thanks to our speakers for enabling the great success of this event. The 5th OAI Workshop was held in the historical city of Beijing and was hosted by Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (a big thanks to our hosts Professors Zhaoming LU, Luhan WANG). The event showcased some of the projects OSA partners in the Asian region are involved in and covered all areas ranging from OpenAirInterface use-cases, to commercial applications, Core Network, RAN and the UE. The event further gave us the opportunity of highlighting the vision of OSA and pathway to meet the goals. We believe evolution of the Telecom Industry in  2018 will further validate our vision of Facilitating OAI Adoption as tool for prototyping, end to end testing, basis for productization, as well as a tool supporting standardization.

We thank our delegates for the quality of their engagement and look forward to making major adjustments in near future to incorporate valuable feedback the community provided during the workshop.

Stay tuned! The OAI Team

Following is the list of talks at the workshop along with their downloadable PDF.

Day 1: June 20th, 2018

Training Session
Morning(Room 136, Building 3, BUPT)
08:30 Registration
09:00-10:30 EURECOM – OSA Florian Kaltenberger Basics of the OpenAirInterface: Status of current develop code and OAI Tools
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-12:00 EURECOM – OSA Raymond Knopp Training of OpenAirInterface L1L2 procedures (two  pdfs)
Afternoon(Room 136, Building 3, BUPT)
14:00-15:00 EURECOM Lionel Gauthier Training of OpenAirInterface Core Network
15:00-16:00 Fujitsu Kentaro Sawada Training of Continuous Integration bench: Jenkins, Scripting and Test Provisioning
16:00-16:15 Coffee Break
16:15-17:30 BUPT Peng Wang Application of OAI in practice

Day 2: June 21st, 2018

Training Session
Morning (Multi-media Room, Fourth floor, BUPT Hotel)
08:30-08:40 Welcome and Keynote Speech: Xiangming Wen – Vice President BUPT
08:40-09:10 OSA Irfan Ghauri OSA Vision, Recent developments. Why is 2018 an important year?
09:10-09:40 EURECOM – OSA Raymond Knopp OAI Roadmap
09:40-10:10 China Mobile Yannan Yuan From C-RAN to O-RAN
10:10-10:40 BUPT Daqing Li Universal Hardware Platform for OpenAir5G
10:40-10:55 Coffee Break
10:55-11:20 China Mobile Dakai Ren OAI enabled autonomous /remote driving
11:20-11:40 Orange Xiaoyu-Richard Wang OpenAirInterface:where we stand and future plans at Orange
11:40-12:00 Fujitsu Yuko Akiyama New Potential of OAI as the Private LTE
Afternoon (Multi-media Room, Fourth floor, BUPT Hotel)
Session 1: OpenAirInterface Usage Scenarios
14:00-14:20 EURECOM Raymond Knopp Sidelink and D2D implementation in the OAI
14:20-14:40 Future Forum Zhigang Tian Development of THU open architecture and Open5G community
14:40-15:00 Entropy Solution Michael Espino Open source software for Emergency Services and Disaster Recovery
15:00-15:20 NTT Kenji Shimizu Use cases for OpenCellular and OAI
15:20-15:40 BUPT Li Wang OAI based Wireless Distributed Storage System
15:40-16:00 Coffee Break
Session 2: C-RAN and Functional Splits
16:00-16:30 EURECOM Raymond Knopp RAN architecture and splits implemented in OAI
16:30-17:00 China Mobile Chunli Ye C-RAN implementation and CU-DU splits in OAI eNB

Day 3: June 22nd, 2018

Morning(Fifth meeting room, Fourth floor, BUPT Hotel)
Session 3: 5G NR and UE
08:30-08:50 EURECOM Florian Kaltenberger 5G NR Topics in OAI
09:10-09:30 Nokia Amine Mohammed Dridi Uplink CoMP prototyping: an OAI-based approach
09:30-09:50 ITRI Ren-Jr Chen Challenges of 5G mmWave RF Module
09:50-10:10 China Telecom Technology Innovation Center Haitao Liu Design and Implementation of New Technology towards 5G based on OpenAirInterface
10:10-10:25 Coffee Break
Session 4: 5G Core Network
10:25-10:45 China Mobile Tao Sun Recent 5G core specification activities in 3GPP
10:45-11:05 BUPT Luhan Wang Service based interface development in 5G Core
11:05-11:25 Ng4T Jens Irrgang Ng4T testing solution and integration in OAI CI bench
11:25-11:45 EURECOM Lionel Gauthier OAI 5G core network testing framework
Afternoon(Fifth meeting room, Fourth floor, BUPT Hotel)
Session 5: Virtualization/Softwarization
14:00-14:20 Fujitsu Yoshio Inoue Improvement of OAI community value by CI
14:20-14:40 Tokyo University Ping Du Research and development on End-to-end network slicing
14:40-15:00 Chinese Academy of Sciences Yiqing Zhou Convergence of Communication and Computing in ORAN
15:00-15:20 Xidian University Xiaodi Lu End-to-End networking slicing
15:20-15:40 ETRI Seungque Lee Orchestration of virtualized base station in OAI
15:40-15:55 Coffee Break
Session 6: NB-IoT and LTE-M
15:55-16:15 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology – National Chiao Tung University Chin-Ya Huang Design and implementation of open source NB-IoT eNB
16:15-16:35 Orange/EURECOM Raymond Knopp Development of LTE-M functionality on OAI
Session 7: SDR Platforms
16:35-16:55 Ettus National Instruments Tom Tsou USRP 5G Product Update
16:55-17:15 Insitute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Jia Dong High performance reconfigurable Software Defined Radio platform
17:15-17:35 V3 Yuan Yao Programmable radio unit accelerating SDR system application


1 Institute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Bo Xu Re-configurable High-performance Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform
2 China Telecom Technology Innovation Center Haitao Liu Design and Implementation of New Technology towards 5G based on OpenAirInterface
3 Honestco electric Alan Lin 5G mmWave RF Module
4 Fujiitsu Haruki Naoi Code Stabilization & Continuous Integration Demo
5 NI David Wang A Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer(RTSA) based on USRP N310
6 EURECOM Raymond Knopp Sidelink implementation for D2D applications
7 BUPT Luhan Wang OAI-based Mobile Edge Computing Platform
8 BUPT Zifan Wang OAI-based C-RAN System
9 V3 Yuan Yao Programmable radio unit accelerating SDR system application