Themed “Wireless in digital and circular economy”, this year the conference will return in a hybrid format on Tuesday 9 November.
Choose whether to attend in-person at the impressive Imperial War Museum Duxford – an expansive conferencing and networking space which leaves plenty of scope for social distancing – or to attend online, where you'll be able to watch the amazing sessions we’re lining up from your home.
Last year’s event saw over 300 wireless leaders and 36 speakers come together to debate the impact of edge computing on a variety of industries.
This year we’re questioning what the real value is of the mobile networks.
Wireless connectivity has become a foundation for the world economy. While the industry evolves its deployment strategies to maximise adoption across consumer and industrial sectors, government policies are working to secure its contribution to socioeconomics and environmental sustainability. CWIC 2021 will explore the value of the wireless network across four plenaries and four tracks:
- Opening Keynote: The real value of mobile networks
- Infrastructure as a Service, is there a sustainability silver lining?
- Panel: The role of mobile networks in environmental sustainability
- Debate – Commercial success is more important for wireless networks than public benefit
- Will media and entertainment be the anchor case that sustains the mobile industry?
- What are the business drivers for wireless in manufacturing, logistics and digital supply chains?
- What is the role of wireless in providing sustainable health and social care and tackling the “Digital Divide”?
- Extending the reach of mobile in a sustainable way – are satellite and hybrid networks the answer to connecting the unconnected?
Are existing technologies, regulations and deployment models for connectivity delivering the level of service, value and sustainability required, or is a change in approach needed? Find out at CWIC 2021: Wireless in Digital and Circular Economies.
The winners of the CW Technology & Innovation Awards will be announced at CWIC 2021. Nominations are open until Friday 10 September.