The "Defining 5G" Session on day 1 will provide operators multiple opportunities to interact with key innovators from the entire wireless ecosystem, including players and contributors from telecom operators and 5G industry organizations, and business innovators. During this session, the C-level representatives from GSMA, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technologies, NTT DoCoMo, Tele 2, APG, and CEPT will join hands with Huawei to discuss on the following topics:
• The use of spectrum at the age of 5G
• Cutting-edge 5G technologies
• 5G application to Internet of Things
The auto industry is probably the most exciting sector in M2M.
By 2020, 90% of all vehicles manufactured will be connected, up from 10% today, with revenue reaching USD282 billion by 2022 (according to the GSMA).
Putting mobile broadband on the road involves numerous industries, all very different in terms of development, innovation, and lifecycle, including consumer electronics, TLC/mobile broadband, transportation/road operators, telematics service providers (including insurance), applications developers, and car manufacturing. With 2G/3G/4G technologies now available, and the next generation now being defined, how will all these technologies and industries intertwine?
New business models and payment structures are sure to emerge, with flexibility the key. Forward-thinking mobile operators see the car as the “ultimate mobile device,” leveraging it to into fields as diverse as insurance telematics and big data.
The Connected Vehicle panel at Huawei’s MBB World Forum (Nov 20th in Shanghai) will give auto value chain members a chance to make their voices heard. C-level representatives from BMW, Volvo, Audi, Telefonica, and Analysis Mason will discuss opportunities, requirements, and the realities of connected cars, including:
• Value chain cooperation and how it fosters telematics and infotainment development & success.
• New business models.
• Monetization of data and other assets.
• Car industry requirements for current and future networks.
• Cooperation between the car industry, TLC, and road infrastructure managers to improve road safety and efficiency.
• The next steps in the connected car industry and how MNOs can prepare for them.
Topics regarding 4.5G will be discussed in the LTE Summit on the afternoon of Thursday, Nov 20th from 14:00-17:30. The LTE Summit brings together executives, industry experts and associates to share the latest and best LTE deployment practices, explore and experience the potential of eMBMS, and to discuss and realize the very real benefits and the need of 4.5G radio technology solutions and capabilities as an essential step in the path to 5G. This will include:
• 4.5G Vision and Key Technologies Introduction
• 4.5G New Product Prototype Release
• 4.5G Joint Innovation Research Launch Ceremony
1.Gain insights, experience and new ideas from the world’s industry leaders.
2.Network and join an elite gathering of industry executives.
3.Experience the world’s most impressive LTE deployments in China.
4.Explore new MBB business opportunities and strategies.
5.Discover the future of MBB.