As a precaution due to coronavirus, this event will now be delivered online.
Join UK5G and BT to explore the impact and importance of 5G for the Sports industry.
The high-bandwidth low-latency technologies promised by 5G will revolutionise the way we produce, consume and develop sport.
Join us to understand the current status of 5G and explore the wealth of opportunities it offers to the Sporting industry. We will explore the impact on the end to end ecosystem, from the creative opportunities of 5G remote production through to the immersive opportunities in and out of the stadium
The workshop is ideally designed for anyone in the sports industry with an interest in 5G and the opportunity it holds for the sector. Detailed technology knowledge is not necessary as we will have experts on hand.
10:30 - Welcome and introductions
10:35 - Presentation: What is 5G? - Matt Stagg, BT Sport/UK5G
10:50 - Discussion panel and Q&A
11:30 - Short break
11:40 - Workshop session and feedback
12:25 - Summary and final remarks
12:30 - Sceenic Demo
12:45 - Session ends
Discussion panel speakers:
- Claire Harvey - Red Bee Media/UK5G (Moderator)
- Matt Stagg - Director of Strategy, BT Sport/UK5G
- Alison Hutchins - Lead Product Development Manager, BT Media & Broadcast
- Brian Leonard - Head of Engineering -Production and Workflows, IMG
- Paul Bojarski - CEO, Sceenic/UK5G
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