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5G for Museums, Galleries and Heritage - unlocking the full potential

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Starts 5 Mar 13:00

Ends 5 Mar 18:00

This is part of a series of 5G events aimed at the Creative Industries sector.

Due to popular demand - we have had to close registration. 

Join UK5G and the National Gallery to explore the impact and importance of 5G for the Museums, Galleries and Heritage sector. You will get an opportunity to tell us what your needs are and share ideas on how 5G can enable and enhance your creative projects and infrastructure needs. The high-bandwidth low-latency technologies promised by 5G will likely radically disrupt the sector both in the way the content is delivered and received.
 
Thanks to 5G, immersive experiences will become more seamless and available not only to a groups of people at the same time but also to remote visitors. 5G will also impact how museums, galleries and other venues operate. 
 
Join us to understand the 5G and explore the wealth of opportunities it offers to the Arts and Heritage sector. We will be discussing immersive experiences, IoT, real-time remote collaborations with other establishments worldwide, and how curators can improve the preservation and storage of most precious artefacts. 
 
The workshop is ideally designed for staff working in digital teams at museums, galleries and heritage organisations. A detailed technology knowledge is not necessary as we will have experts on hand.

Programme 

13:00 – Arrivals & Registrations
13:30 – Welcome & Introduction from UK5G and National Gallery
13:45 – Overview of 5G - presentation - Dr Alex Connock, Missile/UK5G
14:00 – Discussion panel and Q&A -  impact of 5G on museums, heritage and the wider tourism and creative industries sectors
14:45 – Refreshment Break
15:10 - Workshop session and feedback: work in groups to discuss specific areas in greater depth
16:00 -  Final Remarks
16:10 – Networking Drinks
17:15 – Close
  
Discussion panel:
 
Moderator: Anna Lowe – Co-Founder and Director of Partnerships, Smartify
 
Speakers

  • Chris Michaels – Digital Director, The National Gallery
  • Prof Mischa Dohler, FIEEE FREng FRSA FIET, Chair Professor, Dept of Engineering,
    King's College London
  • Ian Smith, Programme Director - 5G Testbeds and Trials, DCMS
  • Gabrielle Jenks, Digital Director - Manchester International Festival

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Expression of Interest: Please note that this registration is an expression of interest only and does not guarantee an automatic place at the event – a separate confirmation email will be sent to you if your place has been accepted.

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