Session Description

The global deployment of the Internet of Things is accelerating at a fast pace driven by the increasing need for efficiency, quality and convenience demanded by customers in ever more competitive markets. Connected industries are benefiting from more powerful and flexible 5G mobile networks, massive growth in cost effective, connected devices and cloud based intelligent platforms turning data into valuable information.

The IoT Sessions cover three key vertical industries manufacturing, automotive/mobility and aviation all of which are being transformed by mobile enabled IoT solutions. Each session will focus on the latest business experiences, live case studies and future opportunities brought to you by leading industry experts and their partners in the mobile world. 


5G IoT and Private Networks for Industry 4.0
11:45 - 13:00 (GMT+8)

Manufacturing is undergoing a major generational shift. Industry 4.0, the digitisation and advancement of the manufacturing processes and ecosystem, is set to create far more flexible, efficient and sustainable production lines. 5G for IoT underpins this transformation by enabling manufacturing companies and their supply chain partners the opportunity to utilise emerging technologies such as AI and machine vision to give vastly improved visibility over all aspects of their business. This session will focus on how modern 5G networks are able to provide a tailored, capable and intelligent solutions to enhance the end to end manufacturing process.


Virtual Networking
13:00 -  14:00 (GMT+8)

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Transforming Automotive and Mobility with 5G
14:00 - 15:15 (GMT+8)

More than 500 million connected cars will be on the road by 2025 and connected vehicle services will be worth US$ 81 billion by 2030 making the connected vehicle market one of the highest growth areas in the IoT. This session will focus on the progress and opportunity created by C-V2X (Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything), an enhanced 3GPP LTE standard that enables communication between vehicles, infrastructure and people. Its uses and benefits include enhanced safety, more efficient driving, reduced traffic congestion and pollution, and value-added services for end customers.


Virtual Networking
15:15 -  16:15 (GMT+8)

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Future Opportunities for Mobile-Enabled Drones
16:15 - 17:30 (GMT+8)

The Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) market is one of the most quickly growing and innovative sectors of the IoT and presents a huge future commercial and strategic opportunity for operators and their technology partners. This session will focus on the benefits of using mobile networks for secure drone identification, beyond line of sight navigation and communication to realise the potential of using drones for a range of applications including remote delivery, aerial reconnaissance, asset inspection, emergency response, agricultural automation, manufacturing and even personal transport.

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