Celebrating the achievements and outcomes of the UK's 5G projects
As many of the UK's 5G Testbeds & Trials projects come towards a conclusion, UK5G and DCMS are celebrating their achievements and outcomes, as well as the great effort and determination by the participants to overcome the considerable challenges thrown up over the last two to three years.
The UK's 5G Showcase Awards will be open for nominations from 20 January 2022 until 22 February 2022 and are open to any consortia, organisation or individual involved in a 5G project in the United Kingdom. Winners will be announced at the Awards Dinner during The UK's 5G Showcase (22-23 March). The Award Categories recognise project consortia and organisations as well as specific individuals who have made an outstanding contribution.
This award is for the project or organisation that can demonstrate the most potentially disruptive business impact through the application of their technology to a use case. The judges will be looking for creative, novel ideas and the development or use of technology which has the opportunity to transform current or future business processes or service provision.
This award recognises the most innovative use of 5G technology from an organisation or project – there is no restriction on the field/arena. Ensure that you outline the technology including a brief summary of its uses. Entries should be able to demonstrate innovative uses of the various technologies used to deliver benefits.
This award celebrates an organisation or project which is or will have a substantially positive impact on society. The winner will clearly demonstrate the potential benefits of their innovation within the community or the environment. They seek to evolve their technology for the public-good and are able to describe their future plans to widen their impact within society.
This award recognises an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to 5G industry deployment through their work within or between 5G projects. The individual has demonstrated a commitment to the ideas behind their project, an understanding of other projects, and a determination to inspire and encourage others.
This award recognises an individual who has made an exceptional contribution by developing robust links between 5G projects and across the wider 5G community and through outstanding partnership and collaboration.
Sponsorship options are available for one or more of the award categories, or the full awards ceremony.Enquire about sponsorship
Nominations must be in the form of a written submission, to be a maximum of 200 words. Only nominations submitted through the online form by noon on 22nd February will be considered. We can accept both self-nominations and your nominations of others. All nominations will be assessed by our judging panel and a shortlist of finalists will be selected. The composition of the judging panel will be announced shortly. All finalists will be featured in conference literature and invited to attend the Awards Dinner on the evening of the 22nd March. The winners will be invited to give a short pitch to the attendees at the event.
|FINALISTS WILL RECEIVE:||IN ADDITION, WINNERS WILL RECEIVE:|
|1. Two invites to the Awards Dinner on the evening of 22 March||1. A short pitch to the Awards Dinner guests|
|2. Publicity through the UK5G media channels||2. A trophy|
|3. Inclusion in the conference brochure for The UK's 5G Showcase (22-23 March)||3. Livestreaming with the sponsor at the Awards Dinner|
|4. Additional publicity through UK5G media channels|
|5. Highlighting in a UK5G Innovation Briefing magazine article (Edition 10)|
|Thursday 20 January||Awards announced and nominations opened|
|Tuesday 22 February||Nominations close at 12 noon|
|Monday 7 March||Finalists announced|
|Tuesday 22 March||Winners to be announced during the Awards Dinner at the Eastside Rooms in Birmingham as part of The UK's 5G Showcase|