Launching in London at the Emirates Stadium, The Future of Wireless International Conference attracts over 400 influencers and innovators in the wireless sector for international business opportunities, networking and insight into trends that underscore disruptive innovation in our connected world.
The Internet of Things is not only advancing technological innovation, but transforming all industries. Billions of “things” will be connected using next generation networks beyond current technologies, changing the way we access and apply technology, and bringing about disruptive change. This unstoppable trajectory of wireless connectivity is causing fundamental shifts, both impacting upon our lives, business and global economy and, in turn, changing wireless as we know it.
The Future of Wireless International Conference will explore the opportunities these shifts create in areas such as connected devices, next generation of wireless standards, semiconductors, urban design, smart cities, automotive and big data. Expanding upon the overarching topic Wireless is Dead, Long Live Wireless, keynote speakers from CSR, MediaTek, u-blox, Accenture, The KTN, Aricent, Ansys and more will conduct a comprehensive analysis of the nature and impact of innovation.
With a core focus on demonstrating the role that disruptive technologies play in reshaping wireless, sessions will explore the burgeoning opportunities for wireless, the constraints – especially the allocation of spectrum, and the implications for urban design and network infrastructure. The two day event then culminates in the Cambridge Debate on the motion: Do we need 5G?
Combining leading research, expert insights, interactive panel debates, and invaluable networking opportunities, The Future of Wireless International Conference now enters its 7th and most ambitious year yet. Be sure to join us on the 23-24 June 2015, at the Emirates Stadium London, to harness the disruptive technology delivering new opportunities for businesses, and shaping the Future of Wireless.
If you are part of the next generation of technologists under 35, win a ticket to this year’s Conference – tell us what tech innovation you are interested in and why it’s disruptive. Send your entry, along with your job title, organisation and DOB to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th June.
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