Agenda

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  • Day 1 - 9th September


  • - Opportunities and challenges of 5G
    1 - LIVE STAGE

  • - The GLA’s role in supporting its deployment and use
    - Open data and applying that to service delivery and economic growth
    - How 5G can help accelerate plans for the next generation of London life
    - London as a Smart City
    1 - LIVE STAGE

  • MATT IS INTERVIEWED BY ROS SINGLETON
    - Industrial roll out vs. mobile broadband
    - DCMS - next steps
    - The critical role of 5G in levelling up the UK
    - Update on testbeds and trials programme
    - European leading progress made in the UK
    1 - LIVE STAGE

  • - The emergence of 5G technology and its impact on communication services
    - Encouraging innovative technology
    1 - LIVE STAGE

  • - Where will 5G make the biggest impact in the Sport, Media & Entertainment Industry
    - Growing interest in using 5G for remote broadcasting
    - How far away are the realisation of 5G use‐cases
    2 - LIVE STAGE

  • - 5G as an enabler of good content
    - 5G bandwidth cost and quality models
    - Production, distribution and consumption impacts
    2 - LIVE STAGE

  • - 5G leadership and connectivity targets
    - 5G rollout
    2 - LIVE STAGE

  • - Communications and connectivity around aircraft
    - Improving inter-business communication
    - First private LTE implementation in an airport
    - 5G use cases - cargo, engineering
    2 - LIVE STAGE

  • 3 x 10 minute presentations followed by discussion
    - What are the key economic drivers that will fuel investment in 5G?
    - Who are different operators finding to be early adopters?
    - How does each operator see 5G evolving? Business/industrial clusters or urban/consumer led
    - Understanding the language gaps between industry and the end user
    - Creating the environment for 5G to thrive
    - Ensuring the right economic balance of risk and reward
    3 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • - Virtualisation, automation and AI are key to deliver a service driven network
    - IoT, 5G, edge and the partner ecosystem are key to delivering transformation for businesses and society
    3 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • - The 5G revolution
    - 5G use cases in Italy
    3 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • MODERATED BY BRENDAN LOGAN, GLOBAL VICE PRESIDENT, ORACLE
    3 x 10 minute presentations followed by discussion
    - What are the key barriers to early rollout
    - What are the next key milestones?
    - Lessons learned
    - Priority sectors to focus on
    4 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • MODERATED BY CLAIRE CAMINADE, COMMERCIAL PRODUCT LEAD 5G, DIGITAL CATAPULT
    - AR/VR
    - Cloud based streaming
    - Gaming
    - eSports
    - Streaming TV over 5G
    - Rural 5G applications
    4 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • Day 2 - 10th September


  • - 2020 will be a crucial year for IoT deployments and developments as we move into the era of 5G
    - Collaboration and partnerships
    5 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • - West Midlands - the UK’s first ‘5G multi-city’
    - Launching the technology in a variety of industry use cases
    - Partner case studies
    5 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • MODERATED BY DEAN BUBLEY, FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR, DISRUPTIVE ANALYSIS
    - Industry 4.0 will use AR/VR, maturity will be the key
    - Driving enhanced productivity through smart automation
    - Large scale IoT for real-time predictive maintenance of machines/robots, monitoring & control
    - Identification and tracking of goods in the end-to-end value chain
    - Remote quality inspection/diagnostics with high-resolution/3D video or haptic feedback, thermal and other sensors
    - Private/enterprise networks
    6 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • MODERATED BY DEREK LONG, HEAD OF TELECOMS AND MOBILE, WIRELESS AND DIGITAL SERVICES, CAMBRIDGE CONSULTANTS
    3 x 10 minute presentations followed by discussion
    - Internet on wheels, self-driving connected vehicles
    - Significantly enhanced safety through vehicle-vehicle-central information/control
    - AR/VR based enhancements
    - Fleet & traffic management
    - Smart public transport
    - Asset tracking, container management & logistics
    6 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • MODERATED BY CHRIS LEWIS, FOUNDING DIRECTOR, LEWIS INSIGHT
    - Remote GP services, patient monitoring & surgery
    - Enhanced in-home social care
    - Ambulance drones
    - Smart objects, such as syringes, cabinets and beds
    - Wearables monitors and active devices
    7 - VIRTUAL STAGE

  • MODERATED BY TONY SCEALES, HEAD OF PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT, 5G PROGRAMME, DEPARTMENT FOR DIGITAL, CULTURE, MEDIA & SPORT (DCMS) - UK GOVERNMENT
    - Bigger policy discussions - rural networks, supply chain review
    - Network sharing, shared rural networks
    - Urban connected communities
    - Busting barriers e.g. planning, costs, skills availability, health and safety
    - Harnessing government procurement to accelerate 5G applications and service evolution
    8 - LIVE STAGE

  • MODERATED BY DEAN BUBLEY, FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR, DISRUPTIVE ANALYSIS
    - Monetisation & capacity issues
    - What is the capability of 5G for IoT?
    - 5G in the home, 5G in the city
    - Security
    - AI’s role in 5G - complexity of network operations
    - Coverage - the role of satellites, non terrestrial systems
    - Regulatory considerations
    8 - LIVE STAGE