The CW International Conference is coming up soon on Tuesday 9 November. This annual event for wireless industry leaders is this year looking at the sustainability of our wireless networks from a financial, socioeconomic and environmental perspective. You can attend either in-person at the entertaining IWM Duxford venue or online.
There is strong representation from the UK5G Working Groups and DCMS-funded 5G projects within the agenda. Book your ticket today to hear their updates – UK5G have organised a discount for its community so that you can access the event at CW Member pricing. Apply the code CWIC66PP on registration to get 66% off the ticket price.
You will hear from:
- Professor Adam Beaumont, Founder & Chairman of aql and Chair of the UK5G Climate & Environment Working Group is chairing the panel discussion on mobile networks and the environment.
- Project Vista’s DTG is represented in the Media & Entertainment track by Alex Buchan, their Strategic Technologist in Spectrum & Security.
- Becki Clark, Senior Consultant at Perform Green, one of the leads on the 5G-CAL project in Sunderland and a member of the UK5G Working Group on Climate & Environment is speaking in the Manufacturing & Logistics session.
- Smart Junctions 5G’s Maria Lema, Founder of Weaver Labs, is presenting in the Shared Infrastructure session.
- Both Ann Williams and Rosemary Kay from Liverpool 5G Create will be giving insights into how wireless networks can add a community in the Health & Social Care session. Rosemary is also the co-chair of the UK5G SMEs & Regions Working Group and a member of the UK5G Testbeds & Trials Working Group, while Ann sits on the UK5G Connected Places Working Group.
- David Pugh, Manufacturing Market Lead at the Digital Catapult and a member of the UK5G Working Group on Climate & Environment is speaking in the Manufacturing & Logistics session.
- Member of the UK5G SMEs & Regions Working Group Kieran Arnold, also Director of the Satellite Applications Catapult, is chairing the Satellite session.
- Noelle Godfrey, Programme Director at Connecting Cambridgeshire and member of the UK5G Connected Places Working Group is chairing the session on Health & Social care.