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Speakers at our recent events included:
Chair of the IMCO Committee, European Parliament
Deputy Director General, DG Connect, European Commission
President, UPS Europe
Senior Trade Representative, USEU/USTR
Director of Smart City Programmes, Barcelona City Council
Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Federal Government
Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology, FCC
Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
spoke at NATO: a Credible Security Provider?
Chairman, CITEL Working Group for the Preparation for WRC-15
Director General of the Engineering, Planning and Standards Branch, Industry Canada
Vice President, Head of Standardization and Industry, Ericsson
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Services, United States Department of Commerce
Deputy Director, International Policy Division, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan
Acting Head of Unit, Radio Spectrum Policy, European Commission
Secretary General, ITU *
Chair, Committee on International Trade, European Parliament
President of the Romanian Senate, Leader of the, Romanian National Liberal Party (PNL)
Following the success of the European, Americas and the Asia-Pacific Spectrum Management Conferences, the Middle East and North Africa edition will bring together key stakeholders and policymakers in the region.
Now in its 5th year, this annual conference will once again bring together 350+ delegates from industry, EU institutions, national government bodies and other key stakeholders to discuss progress in creating a new framework for data protection in Europe.
The movement towards a connected world will drive more traffic over both fixed and mobile networks - most of this traffic will be video content, in ever-increasing quality. No single technology can sustainably meet this demand - and trying to do so would have severe technical and economic consequences. This event will flag the issues the new European Commission needs to address to ensure that users all over Europe can access these services, affordably and no matter where they live.
Bringing together over 250 high-level speakers and delegates from industry, the EU institutions, member state governments, NGOs and academia, this year’s conference will focus its attention on what direction policymaking should take during the next 5 years in the field of e-commerce.
The leading meeting place of the year for key senior stakeholders and policymakers across the region, this event provides a regular interactive platform for discussion on the most pertinent issues and developments affecting spectrum management policies.
On October 27-28, Washington, D.C. will once again host this year's edition of our IoT Global Summit. The 2-day event will bring together leading industry stakeholders together with key IoT decision makers to explore the current IoT ecosystem and the main regulatory challenges that need to be addressed in order to move this exciting sector forward.
Hosted by the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) in conjunction with techUK, 'The 5G Huddle - Towards a global 5G vision', will provide a platform for interactive discussion aimed at bringing together senior industry and Government leaders from North America, Europe and Asia.
Timed to directly precede September's NATO Summit in Wales, this half-day debate will assess Europe's policies and capabilities in security and defence in the context of the NATO Alliance. Discussions will focus on existing and emerging security threats, protecting defence budgets and European strategic autonomy.
Against the backdrop of the European Commission's recent Green Paper on mHealth, this conference brought together top level stakeholders for an interactive cross-sectoral debate on the way forward in developing a European strategy to unlock the potential of mHealth, and the challenges and opportunities that it brings.
The 9th Annual Spectrum Management European Conference brought together representatives from all the major stakeholders for a detailed and interactive discussion on key issues and developments relating to spectrum management policy in Europe. This edition looked at the UHF band, spectrum for 5G, priorities ahead of WRC-15 and promoting the use of WiFi, small cells and other offloading technologies.
The 2014 Cloud Computing Policy Conference USA brought together over 100 delegates from the digital industries, the public sector, civil society and policymaking communities to debate the priorities facing the US cloud computing sector. It explored market developments in cloud computing and how businesses and government administrations can best exploit the opportunities offered by the technology.
Part of the Global Spectrum Series 2014, this event provided a meeting point for stakeholders in the Latin American region and beyond to come together and discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region.
The European Cloud Computing conference is established as a leading forum for debate on issues related to Cloud Computing. This edition of the conference, which brought together over 250 policy-makers and stakeholders from industry, government, academia and the press, focused on the development of a Single Cloud Computing Market.
Moving towards the final negotiation and eventual implementation stages of the Directive on Network and Information Security, this conference brought together industry stakeholders and key decision-makers to discuss the key issues surrounding cyber security in Europe. Topics discussed included next steps for businesses and governments in developing a European cyber security strategy, global co-operation and standards, the role of R&D and how an “EU brand” for resilience against cybercrime can be built.
This roundtable discussion provided an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss with eu-LISA Executive Director Krum Garkov what developments were on the horizon and how the agency aimed to grow its competencies in partnership with both the public and private sectors and its role in the post-Stockholm discussions.
Bringing together leading IoT industry stakeholders and key European decision makers, the 5th Annual Internet of Things European Summit focused on the societal impact that IoT is having in Europe now and in the future, as well as exploring ways to ensure that the EU takes the lead in IoT innovation and adoption ahead of regions such as North America and Asia-Pacific. The event also explored Europe’s policy objectives for the Future Internet and ‘Connected Continent’, and examined how the Internet of Things is helping to realise these objectives.
Hosted by Assonime, Barclays and Kreab Gavin Anderson, the European Financial Services Conference is the premier event of its kind attracting some 400 senior bankers and financial policy-makers to discuss issues affecting both European and global financial markets.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has been described as the most significant bilateral trade negotiation ever to take place. With global competitors emerging, particularly from Asia, it is argued that a successful agreement would boost jobs and economic growth on both sides of the Atlantic, at a time when the two economic powers need to increase their competitiveness most.
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