Beyond 2030, 6G is expected to bring a new era of seamless and unrestricted connectivity between the internet and everyday life. Billions of connected humans and ‘things’ – robots, vehicles, drones and other devices – will generate zettabytes of digital information.
If harnessed in the right way, 6G has the potential to positively impact almost all areas of society – how we live, how we work and how we take care of our planet.
With early visions of 6G now emerging, WWRF’s 2023 Huddle will look at the drivers and goals that are going to be instrumental in ensuring these visions are realised, and the key challenges that are ahead in order for these to be delivered to the connected and unconnected society. It will look at the way in which 6G will start to merge the physical and the digital world and explore the ways in which existing and new technologies can come together to enable exciting new use cases and applications. By focusing on key themes such as security, sustainability, inclusivity and digital transformation, it will look at the opportunities that 6G provides in making a positive impact on businesses and communities all over the world.
As we start out on the path towards 6G, there is a need for policymakers, connectivity providers, researchers and other key stakeholders to come together and define the roles that need to be played in order to ensure that this is also a path towards a better tomorrow. The WWRF Huddle will provide the opportunity to do this.
The mini huddles will offer the opportunity to focus specifically on the benefits that 6G can bring across a number of specific vertical sectors.
This session will focus on the security and privacy challenges of 6G. With an unprecedented level of network security, trustworthiness, and privacy measures expected to be necessary in order to fully realize the potential of 6G, how can it be ensured that these are delivered?
This session will bring together key stakeholders who are involved in the early research and standards work relating to 6G to discuss the work being done and to look forward to the extent to which a common 6G global standard is a realistic objective.
The audience will be split into 3 groups (each led by a WWRF representative). Each group will be given 3 questions to address which will be related to a specific emerging technology and its role in driving forward 6G and in helping to manage the numerous complex processes, services, and functions that will be required in order to deliver the potential of 6G networks.
The 3 WWRF leaders from the Breakout Huddles will form a panel and report back the findings of their group. This will lead into a room-wide discussion focussing on these different emerging technologies, on their integration with 6G and on the challenges and opportunities that it will create.
For further information on speaking, sponsorship or visibility opportunities, and to discuss how you can maximize the value of involvement, please contact Lorena Rodriguez: [email protected] / +44 (0) 2922 338 311
The 5G Huddle is hosted annually by the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF). Since its inception in 2014, it has brought key 5G stakeholders together in various locations across the globe including the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, South Africa, Japan and India, with each edition addressing the next step of the 5G ‘journey’. Discussions around ‘What is 5G?’; the development of the 5G ecosystem and infrastructure; making the 5G vision a reality; the transition from 4G to 5G; how to deliver ‘5G For All’ ; whether 5G can deliver on its promises and 5G as a catalyst for digital transformation, have all pathed the way to this year’s focus on 5G and Beyond: The wireless world in 2030.
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