The 6G vision is starting to take shape, following a huge investment of time, research and money from numerous organisations all over the world.
The release of the ITU Recommendation Framework for IMT-2030 has provided a big step forward in helping to identify the key drivers, design principles and usage scenarios that are going to be fundamental in creating the 6G vision. What is emerging is a vision of near-instant and ubiquitous connectivity that not only transforms how the human, physical, and digital worlds interact, but also delivers positive environmental and social change.
As work now begins towards the implementations of this vision and framework, WWRF’s Huddle will once again provide a collaborative platform to bring together leading policymakers, connectivity and service providers, researchers and other key stakeholders from around the world to discuss the work that lies ahead.
Moving on from discussions that focus on the opportunities that 6G can provide in areas of security, sustainability, inclusivity and digital transformation, this year’s Huddle will look in more concrete terms about how objectives in these key areas can be delivered.
Delivering on the 6G vision is going to require a collaborative approach at each step. Join us for the WWRF Huddle and make sure that you are part of the debate and this journey.
A series of presentations showcasing some of the new connectivity technologies that may become part of the 6G ecosystem. After the presentations there will be a short Q&A, and then the audience will vote on whether they consider each technology as ‘science fiction or 6G reality’?
14:25 – 14:35 Visible Light Communication
14:35 – 14:45 Terahertz connectivity technologies
14:45 – 14:55 Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RIS)
14:55 – 15:05 Drones and Non Terrestrial Networks
15:05 – 15:25 Q&A and Audience Vote
The breakout huddles this year will be based around the 4 overarching aspects that have been identified in the ITU’s 6G Vision as essential design principles that are applicable to all areas of 6G development and future usage scenarios.
Delegates will have the opportunity to choose one of four interactive discussions to participate in:
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Please kindly note that this is a fully in-person event, taking place in Berlin, Germany. There will be no virtual element to this event, so please only register if you are able to physically participate in Berlin.
Applies to: Corporate Organisations, Not for Profit / NGO, Academics / Students, Consultants, Trade Associations and Media.
Applies to: National Government / Regulators, Permanent Representations, Diplomatic Missions & European Institutions.
Applies to: verified WWRF members.
The Huddle is hosted annually by the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF). Since its inception in 2014, it has brought key 5G & 6G stakeholders together in various locations across the globe including the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, South Africa, Japan, India and, most recently, Singapore with each edition addressing the next step of the 5G & 6G ‘journeys’.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems FOKUS
Address: Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31, 10589 Berlin, Germany