Day 1 - 24 November 2020

10:00AM

Dr Ulrich Dropmann

Head of Standardization Bell Labs CTO

Nokia

Associated Talks:

10:00AM - Day 1

View Presentation: Standardisation – 5G for Enterprise

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Presentation: Standardisation – 5G for Enterprise

  • What current regulation and certification is in place across the connectivity space?
  • As there are varying views of standardised, how do we reach a unanimous account of what is correct? Does this need to be an industry-by-industry definition?
  • Creating pragmatic expectations and how to ensure you are following protocol in such a rapidly evolving landscape.
. Dr Ulrich Dropmann, Head of Standardization Bell Labs CTO, Nokia

10:20AM

Presentation: 5G Capabilities – Why You Need It and What You Can Gain

  • High-band spectrum and automation – Allowing for peak connectivity speeds.
  • Small cells – Increased Geographical connectivity due to more connectivity assets including antennas and cell sites.
  • Networking – How this enables devices from asset tracking and street furniture, to remote healthcare.
  • Confidentiality – Data encryption at the edge of the network thanks to local cache V’s the core.

10:40AM

Edwin Bussem

Business Builder Smart Mobility

KPN

Associated Talks:

02:20PM - Day 1

View Panel: The New World of Connectivity; 5G and the Future

10:40AM - Day 1

View Panel: Unlocking the Potential of 5G

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Panel: Unlocking the Potential of 5G

  • Talk of the full network roll-out has taken-over, but how is the lack of understanding in how to integrate this network into existing infrastructures hindering its imminent use?
  • How 5G will affect the holy quintet; capacity, reliability, latency, bandwidth and efficiency?
  • The need for MNO’s to create new products and pricing for sector adoption.
. Edwin Bussem, Business Builder Smart Mobility, KPN

11:20AM

Presentation: Defining 5G – the Software Defined Mobile Network

  • A breakdown of the key architectural pillars supporting 5G.
  • What are the key concepts, barriers and benefits to a Software Defined Mobile Network?
  • Overcoming these barriers to leverage enterprise opportunities.
  • Adopting SD-WAN; is this the next step to increased agility, process optimisation, cost reductions and cloud utilisation?

11:40AM

Presentation: A Slice for Everyone! How Network Slicing Enables Business Optimisation

  • What solutions can this network virtualization provide? Network-as-a-service capabilities and beyond.
  • Is a Standalone infrastructure the only way to leverage this potential?
  • Network Slicing – the key element to business optimisation and competitive advantage?
  • How will MNO’s approach and adapt to this level of customisation?

12:00PM

Networking Break

01:00PM

Tony Sceales

Programme Development Lead on the DCMS 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme

Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport

Associated Talks:

01:00PM - Day 1

View Fireside Chat: Building the Network – Collaboration & Innovation for 5G Acceleration

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Karen Pollitt-Cham

Professorial Lead Connected Futures

University of Brighton

Associated Talks:

01:00PM - Day 1

View Fireside Chat: Building the Network – Collaboration & Innovation for 5G Acceleration

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Fireside Chat: Building the Network – Collaboration & Innovation for 5G Acceleration

  • What government led programmes are in place for the development and deployment of 5G across Europe and the UK?
  • What barriers has the programme faced and what strategies has the team used to overcome these?
  • How collaboration is key to the current and future success of the wireless network evolution.
  • Examples of the 5G programme in action.
. Tony Sceales, Programme Development Lead on the DCMS 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
. Karen Pollitt-Cham, Professorial Lead Connected Futures, University of Brighton

01:20PM

Rowan Dias Högman

Research Leader & Head of 5G Industry Collaborations

Ericsson

Associated Talks:

01:20PM - Day 1

View Presentation: Trust the Machine – 5G Networks Role in Industrial Environments

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Presentation: Trust the Machine – 5G Networks Role in Industrial Environments

  • Does 5G hold the greatest potential for supporting industrial wireless architecture?
  • Which one do we need? Local Vs Private Networks for industrial environments.
  • MPN’s (mobile private networks) built-for-purpose advantage for industry 4.0 and beyond.
  • Efficiency and remote management – how 5G differs from other disruptive technologies in this space.
. Rowan Dias Högman, Research Leader & Head of 5G Industry Collaborations, Ericsson

01:40PM

Presentation: Monitoring and Monetizing 5G for the Enterprise

  • How the layered connectivity of 5G enables real-time monitoring of assets, data and AI insights for actionable outcomes and in turn, peak efficiency.
  • What this means for predictive maintenance and pro-active rather than reactive solutions.
  • The new revenue streams open to suppliers and operators including, Enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), Ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) and Massive machine-type communications (mMTC).
  • How do we start of essential process of creating 5G focused business models?

02:00PM

Senior Representative, UK5G

Associated Talks:

02:00PM - Day 1

View Presentation: 5G for Creative Industries

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Presentation: 5G for Creative Industries

  • How 5G is radically disrupting creative industries.
  • A closer look at effects on the production, distribution and consumption models, as well as content that is made.
  • What are the predicted trends and activities to change the way creative industries including, TV, film, music, advertising, theatre, the arts and digital creative areas will develop?
. Senior Representative, UK5G, ,

02:20PM

Edwin Bussem

Business Builder Smart Mobility

KPN

Associated Talks:

02:20PM - Day 1

View Panel: The New World of Connectivity; 5G and the Future

10:40AM - Day 1

View Panel: Unlocking the Potential of 5G

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Panel: The New World of Connectivity; 5G and the Future

  • How fast will it evolve and is the key to future 5G success gaining the confidence of the public?
  • Shutting down old networks, how will this impact industries?
  • How do we adopt the key technologies needed now? E.g. MIMO (Multiple-input multiple-output)
  • 5G in five years’ time, where will we be?
  • Moving beyond sectors; how this enables a sustainable future?
. Edwin Bussem, Business Builder Smart Mobility, KPN