New Event | Ultra Reliable Low Latency Wireless Networks

URLLC 2017 is THE event for network operators, verticals, solution providers and standards bodies to come together and explore the drivers, challenges and performance parameters required to deliver competitive, low latency, high reliability wireless connectivity.

Event date: November 14th, London

Welcome note from the Founders of the URLLC Conference

At a time when mobile networks must meet the new demands of human communication and vertical industries go through key technological transformations, transmission reliability is critical for safety in many up and coming verticals including Health, Automotive, Industrial, Energy and Entertainment. Equally, low latency is crucial to ensure applications are usable and interactive whether human-to-human, human-to-machine or machine-to-machine communication. There are significant design, standardisation, cost implication and engineering challenges to deliver a network that is both reliable and low latency.

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The purpose of the URLLC conference is to open the dialogue between vertical industries, mobile network operators and solution providers in order to give practical insights into what are essential and also realistic reliability and latency parameters for the various verticals and then explore the means by which these can be delivered across part or all of the wireless network infrastructure and with what cost and engineering premium.

Highlights:

  • Supported by an esteemed Steering Committee and multiple standards organisations including BT, Orange, Three, Bell Canada, Telecom Italia, NGMN, ETSI, 5G Infrastructure Association and 3GPP
  • Vertical Industries can benefit from both strategic plenary sessions and practical use cases
  • A variety of interactive formats and networking designed to give you refreshing access to content and connections

We look forward to welcoming you to the URLLC Conference in November.

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