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Beyond 5G - influencing 6G standards

Brought to you by The Content Production & Delivery Group

This session from the CW Content Production & Delivery SIG will explore potential developments with 6G and its use with applications like Internet of Senses and immersive and environment sensing technologies.

About the event

This session will explore the future development of 6G with a particular focus on its potential application in use cases like Internet of Senses, immersive experiences and environment sensing technologies. Speakers will consider the communications requirements of such applications and how advanced wireless systems, including 6G, might meet them.

Key research and innovation challenges for these applications will be analysed during the session including:

  • End to end system issues
  • Integration needs
  • Resilience
  • Security

Join this session to understand more about the potential of developing 6G technology to address these challenges, and the opportunities available to influence future wireless standards.

This online event is delivered by the CW Content Production & Delivery SIG and is free for CW members, and £25 plus VAT for non-members. To explore the benefits of CW membership please click here.

We have limited FREE delegate places for those under 35, and for those working in start-ups and small organisations (less than 5 employees). To claim a free ticket please email clare.kettle@cambridgewireless.co.uk 

You can follow @CambWireless on Twitter and tweet about this event using #CWContent.

SIG Champions

Nadia Aziz - Innovation Consultant, Unbounded Future Ltd

Nadia is an Evangelist of emerging technologies with an expertise in AR & VR and IoT technologies. 

She has advised C-level executives in Telecom and Media organisations for digital transformation and M&A projects over more than a decade. While being a SIG Champion of Future Devices and Technologies at Cambridge Wireless, she has recently co-founded Unbounded Future, a Deeptech consulting firm based in London.

 

Previously Nadia led Emerging Technologies at NTT Data UK where she supervised R&D and innovation in Augmented (AR) & Virtual Reality (VR), AI, and IoT.  

 

Nadia is a supporter of Women in STEM initiatives and is a mentor at the University College London (UCL) IXN programme. She is an industry advisor to IoTerra, a USA-based B2B marketplace for IoT products and was a co-producer for the GIANT Health Event.

David Crawford - Visiting Professor, Computer Science & Electronic Engineering, University of Essex, Professor, Digital Media Research, Ravensbourne

David Crawford is a Professor at the University of Essex and at Ravensbourne in the UK, with interests in next generation networks and 'beyond HD' multimedia services. He is well-known in the engineering and business fraternities, having worked for over 40 years in the telecoms and broadcast industries and academia. David lectures on 'ICT', 'Networks' and 'Broadcast Technology', and is Director of a small high tech start-up in France. He also runs his own technical Consultancy Company, TTL, and chairs and presents regularly at technical and business conferences. David is a Member of the Royal Television Society, an ex-Board and Council Member of the Institute of Engineering & Technology (IET), and has been the Executive Producer for the annual IBC Multimedia Conference in Amsterdam for many years.

Tony Lavender - Managing Partner, Plum Consulting

Tony Lavender is a managing partner at Plum Consulting. He has more than 35 years experience in technology, communications regulation, policy and spectrum management. His clients include governments, equipment vendors, network operators and regulators. Tony was a specialist adviser to the UK Parliament 2016 Culture, Media and Sport Committee Inquiry into “Establishing world class connectivity throughout the UK”, he chairs the Steering Board of the UK Spectrum Policy Forum and he was a member of the UK Government’s Expert Panel, established as part of the UK Spectrum Strategy, on “Incorporating Social Value into Spectrum Allocation Decisions”. He has worked on a wide range of studies including on the 5G mmWave ecosystem, spectrum sharing, spectrum valuation and more broadly on electronic communications infrastructure strategy. Tony is a Chartered Engineer and a member of the UK Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Chris Nokes - Head of Section, BBC R&D, BBC Research & Development

Chris is Head of Distribution Core Technologies Section at BBC Research & Development. With over thirty years' experience in Broadcasting R&D, Chris has been involved in the development of digital television since 1994, including as a key contributor to the DVB-T2 technical study group, and editor of the DVB-T2 specification. He is also Chair of the RF Group of the UK Digital Television Group (DTG). The work of Distribution Core Technologies Section includes amongst others, projects investigating broadcasting to mobile devices including contributions to 4G/5G standardisation, massive MIMO technology and video compression.

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