People are not machines, and they have this curious tendency to continue to invent and create more problems. It is this divine interference in the Smart City’s matrix that makes this challenge so exciting.
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This year’s Expo will highlight the most innovative advancements in technologies which are affecting IoT. There will be cases and dedicated tracks covering the entire Internet of Things ecosystem including Smart Cities, Connected Living, Developing for the Internet of Things, Connected Industry and Data & Security.
Interact with policymakers and participate in interactive sessions, connecting with more than 300 leaders in key industries of American society (architects, government officials, sustainability, construction and development, transportation, non-profit organizations, technology, marketing and communication, education, retail companies and industry, etc.).
The LTE World Series is delighted to bring back the very successful 5G World Summit for the 3rd year! This dedicated event will bring together professionals representing the operators, vendors, enterprises, devices and academic communities, to discuss the future of the 5G network. Join us and hear the latest updates in standards & legislation along with operator case studies from leading global operators and learn about the key challenges and issues 5G networks come with, in addition with exploring new services that the network will enable.
LTE World Summit is the LTE World Series flagship event. Now in its 11th year, it provides a unique opportunity to meet and network with leaders in the global LTE community and is recognised by the entire industry as THE place to learn from and meet key decision-makers and thought-leaders. The event continues to attract senior executives from around the globe, bringing together 3,500+ attendees, 150+ exhibitors and 300+ speakers this year. For further information please go to http://ws.lteconference.com/.
As extensively rumoured Google has finally unveiled its MVNO play, called Project Fi. The name appears to be derived from a heavy emphasis on switching between wifi and mobile depending on which offers the best coverage at a given location. This is driven by new technology Google claims to have developed itself.