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Special Interest Groups are at the heart of our community

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    The Academic & Industry Group

    The academic community has always been known for a stream of innovative, pioneering and exciting products, discoveries and inventions which have helped in paving the way for the wireless era. Ultimately, this forum aims to: Promote further research through...

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    The Artificial Intelligence Group

    The AI SIG has been created to inform and support the CW member community in the opportunities and challenges raised by AI. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is enjoying a renaissance, as improved compute capability, availability of massive quantities of data,...

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    The Automotive & Transport Group

    The automotive and transport industries face exciting near-term opportunities to deliver the first generation of fully connected vehicles, autonomous transport systems and supporting infrastructure. Technologies exist and are emerging to deliver the required and predicted capabilities. However, they will...

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    The Business Group

    Bringing companies together to increase collaboration and build greater business success. The Business Special Interest Group (SIG) has been constructed to help wireless technology companies identify customer needs and develop strategies that can generate revenue and profit. The main purpose...

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    The Connected Devices Group

    The Cambridge Wireless Connected Devices Special Interest Group focuses on applications, systems and underlying technologies of wireless communication where the end device is a machine or other device that’s not a handset. The group's scope encompasses the concepts of...

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    The Digital Delivery & Content Group

    The aim of the Digital Delivery & Content SIG is to address the challenges and technologies enabling the digital delivery of content. In particular, this SIG focuses on the challenge of delivering content to an array of connected devices...

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    The Future Devices & Technologies Group

    Over six billion people own or use some form of connected device as an everyday part of their lives, and the pace of innovation and market adoption of new products and services continues to accelerate relentlessly. We trend towards...

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    The Healthcare Group

    The Wireless Healthcare SIG provides opportunities to bring together Cambridge Wireless members and others, nationally or internationally, who have an interest in the use of wireless technologies in healthcare related applications. We organise events and encourage networking. The SIG...

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    The Industrial IoT Group

    The Industrial Internet of Things (Industrial IoT) can be defined in many ways and is already making an impact on how products are manufactured and services consumed. The introduction of automation and data exchange into manufacturing, infrastructure, logistics and...

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    The Legal Group

    The purpose of the Legal SIG is to promote best practice on a range of legal issues for the benefit of a broad range of wireless and technology companies. Meetings will be convened four times a year. Many participants...

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    The Location Group

    The purpose of the SIG is to promote and further the adoption of location as a value-added facility for a range of applications. Location Based Services are not about position – they are primarily about the use of location...

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    The Mobile Broadband Group

    The aim of the Mobile Broadband SIG is to bring together industry players and other interested parties to understand how to optimise the future of Mobile Broadband. This is still a relatively new market so it is imperative that...

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    The Radio Technology Group

    The whole wireless business depends on our ability to design, build and operate large-scale radio networks, and therefore on understanding the basic science, engineering and economic realities that govern them. Successful radio systems rely on a complicated mixture of...

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    The Security Group

    Information and Communications Security technology is a growth industry in a rapidly changing environment - we help people to come together and develop new solutions to meet these challenges. We arrange regular meetings that take the lead in identifying...

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    The Small Cell Group

    The explosion in popularity of Mobile Broadband is causing congestion on the mobile networks resulting in a less than optimal customer experience. Bringing the mobile network capacity as close as possible to the user (using small-cell technology) while also...

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    The Smart & Intelligent Cities Group

    Smart and Intelligent Cities can be defined in many ways and their importance for us all and our quality of life now and in the future, is unquestionable. Technology will play the crucial role in delivering Smart and Intelligent...

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    The Software / Open Source Group

    Software plays a key and ever expanding role in the development of products and applications across the wireless sector. Within this, open source is playing an increasingly important role by allowing the sector to concentrate on differentiating technology and...

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    The User Experience Group

    The Cambridge Wireless User Experience Special Interest Group (UX SIG) focuses on how we can drive progress in the wireless value chain by emphasising ways of bringing direct value to end users through techniques, technologies and processes that ensure...

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    The Virtual Networks Group

    The tagline “IT meets Telecom” captures the increasing trend in building and operating of networks to separate functions from their underlying hardware. This separation allows network operators to move from specialised, proprietary hardware to general off-the-shelf computing systems, which...

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    The Wireless Heritage Group

    The Wireless Heritage Special Interest Group (SIG) has been established to develop existing contacts with museums and organisations with an interest in telecoms and wireless history. The objective is to organise events that reference past experience in a contemporary...

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