On Tuesday 10 July, Kumardev Chatterjee, CEO and cofounder of Unmanned Life, will be speaking on the role of Autonomy-as-a-Service and the future of 5G at the prestigious and exclusive IEEE summit in California.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. IEEE is the trusted “voice” for engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe.
IEEE 5G is a unique event, the first of its kind, and was brought about to established to address the enormous implications of the technology at the vanguard of modern society: 5G.
Uniting experts from industry, academia and research to exchange ideas and share their vision for 5G, the goal of the summit is to encourage innovative collaboration by leaders to benefit all of society. 5G is the next generation of wireless networks, which will be the future foundation of the emerging cutting edge technologies, including autonomous vehicles, virtual reality, and the internet of things.
This is where Unmanned Life will come in, with the AI powered software platform offering Autonomy-as-a-Service, connecting exactly these: the bridge between the autonomous economy, the IoT and 5G. Kumardev Chatterjee will be one of the distinguished speakers offering his vision on the future of this revolutionary technology, and how our Autonomy-as-a-Service architecture can enable that. He will join speakers from Facebook, China Mobile, Volkswagen, Stanford University and more. The 2018 IEEE 5G World Forum will offer engaging vertical and topical sessions. Keynote speakers will be live streamed here, so audiences around the world can see the advancements and associated challenges of 5G related to each topic.
Telecommunications companies hope to debut the first commercial 5G in the 2020s, and this global technological race is opening up a plethora of questions on how to handle the unprecedented increases in traffic, data and need for bandwidth. Industry experts around the world are working together to find solutions, and talking about millimetre waves, small cells, massive MIMO, full duplex and beamforming.
The implications of such a fast connection are radical. Instant communication, downloads in seconds and telemedicine, and most importantly, speeds fast enough to enable the autonomous economy, including driverless cars, which can be controlled through the Unmanned Life Autonomy-as-a-Service platform.
The dawn of 5G could change the landscape of society, and forums like the IEEE 5G World will be at the forefront of building the architecture of the 5G wireless society ahead.