About this event
Recent years have seen significant advancements in future generation wireless networks, that enable the delivery of cost effective and spectrum efficient solutions, to a multitude of land based, airborne and ocean going platforms, providing video, data, audio and internet for both operational and consumer applications.
Genuine, ubiquitous connectivity, will require topologies featuring a hybrid mix of complimentary access technologies, from both Terrestrial and NewSpace sources, in order to provide mobile users and connected vehicles, vessels, aircraft and trains, with robust connectivity across a wide range of networking environments… including the most remote, hardest to reach locations.
The Connected Transport and Infrastructure video conference will ask;
Mauro Cordani, Future Programmes Officer, European Space Agency
Roberta Mugellesi Dow, Head Connected Transport Business Applications, European Space Agency
Rob Furlong, Manager Transport Systems, Knowledge Transfer Network (Innovate UK)
Jags Burhm, Senior Vice President Global Aero Mobility, Eutelsat
Reza Rasoulian, Vice President Broadband Satellite Services, Hughes Network Systems
Javier Santos, International Business Development, Inster
Robert Gardner, Senior Innovation Engineer, Network Rail
Thomas Jennequin, Programme Train Autonome, SNCF S.A.
David Burr, Vice President Satellite Operators & Mobility, Comtech EF Data
Nick Chubb, Founder & Managing Director, Thetius
Nick Chubb is the founder of maritime innovation research consultancy Thetius. Nick founded Thetius in 2019 to serve as a source of intelligence, analysis, and research on emerging technologies within the ocean supply chain, and help industry leaders to understand and prepare for the future.
Experienced in project management with a demonstrated history of working in the rail transportation industry. Skilled in Telecom and Automous vehicles, Safety, 5G, GPRS/GSM-R and ERTMS. Strong product management in international context for commercial purposes and EU standardization.
Century 21 Communications (C21) was launched in 2002, to develop and manage a niche portfolio of highly specialised conferences and roundtable meetings.
Our focus remains on providing cutting edge communications solutions, applied to the requirements of major corporate and government end-users.
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