New speakers announced for CWIC 2021

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The CW International Conference: Wireless in Digital and Circular Economies is returning face-to-face at the spacious IWM Duxford on 9 November, and online. Join hundreds of wireless industry business leaders to discuss the sustainability of our networks from £75 (in-person at IWM Duxford) or £25 (watch talks online).

More details on CWIC 2021

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PwC, Liverpool 5G, Perform Green and Weaver Labs are now lined up to speak alongside OneWeb, aql, Intelsat, CGI, Digital Catapult, King's College London and more. They will work with delegates to consider whether existing technologies, regulations and deployment models are sufficient for wireless networks to maximise their social, economic and environmental potential.

CHECK OUT THE DRAFT AGENDA (MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON)

Welcome & Keynote

The real value of mobile networks

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Welcome: Raj Gawera, VP & Managing Director, Samsung Cambridge and Samsung Aalborg

Chair: Julie Bradford, Managing Consultant, Real Wireless

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Conference Platinum Sponsors: Huawei

Manufacturing & Logistics

What are the business drivers for wireless in manufacturing, logistics and digital supply chains?

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Chair: Abhi Naha, CCO, CW

Matthew Napleton, Chief Commercial Officer, Zizo

Dr David Pugh, Manufacturing Market Lead, Digital Catapult

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Sponsored by Zizo

Media & Entertainment

Will media and entertainment be the anchor case that sustains the mobile industry?

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Chair: Caroline Gabriel, Co-founder and Research Director, Rethink Technology Research

Satellite & Hybrid Networks

Extending the reach of mobile in a sustainable way – are satellite and hybrid networks the answer to connecting the unconnected?

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Andy Marr, Director Consulting Services, 5G/SatComs Hybrid Network Programme, CGI

Ruth Pritchard-Kelly, Senior Advisor, Regulatory & Space Policy, OneWeb

Rhys Morgan, Regional Vice President, Europe & MENA, Intelsat

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Sponsored by CGI

LUNCH

Shared Infrastructure, the Sustainability Silver Lining

The move towards shared infrastructure models in mobile network provision - is there a sustainability silver lining?

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Maria Lema, Founder, Weaver Labs

Health & Social Care

What is the role of wireless in providing sustainable health and social care and tackling the “Digital Divide”?

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Chair: Noelle Godfrey, Programme Director Connecting Cambridgeshire & Smart Cambridge. Cambridgeshire County Council

Rosemary Kay/ Ann Williams, Project Leads, Liverpool 5G Create

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Sponsored by CPI

Panel: The role of mobile networks in environmental sustainability

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Chair: Professor Adam Beaumont, Founder and Chairman, aql

Rolf Meakin, Strategy & Partner, PwC LLP

Becki Clark, Senior Consultant, Perform Green

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Sponsored by PwC

Debate – Commercial success is more important for wireless networks than public benefit

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Chair: Simon Saunders, Visiting Professor, King's College London

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