5G: From Myth to Reality takes place on 21 April in Sophia Antipolis. The event is free to attend but places are limited.
5G is intended to support a very wide range of innovative services, but there are three specific classes of use cases emerging as candidates for early prioritisation: enhanced mobile broadband, massive machine type communications and ultra-reliable/low latency communications.
This 1-day workshop focuses on six key questions:
Motivations and business models behind the use cases?
Potential socio-economic consequences of 5G?
Real requirements and expectations of the stakeholders and how can they influence the discussion?
How the 5G roadmap departs from planned LTE roadmaps?
Do we have a harmonized view, across different regions, or at least in Europe?
Why is 2020 important? What can realistically be achieved by that date?
Who should attend
Decision-makers in technology strategy, standardisation management and product planning.
Representatives of public authorities, local/regional and national governments, European institutions and the European Commission.
Professionals and experts
More information and registration: http://www.etsi.org/news-events/events/1025-2016-04-5g-from-myth-to-reality