23 Jun 5 sessions to hear about Unmanned Life at MWC2021
Mobile World Congress Barcelona attracts some of the most influential decision makers in the world. It is where 2,400 leading companies and trailblazers share the latest topics relevant to the future and the best place for networking opportunities with mobile and tech industry influencers.
After a challenging year, we are happy to be back to face-to-face business meetings. During this year we have not stopped doing business. We have continued to push our business, technology and partnerships to the next level, consolidating a strong position in the Telco industry as a reference in 5G-enabled autonomous robotics solutions. This year we are honoured to share our voice in 5 different sessions along with behemoths like Telefonica, Thales, Airbus, Bosch, Orange, Saudi Telecom, Red Hat and many other global companies. We will share our vision for a more integrated autonomous robotics ecosystem where seamless orchestration will play a fundamental role.
Unmanned Life is much more than the sum of individuals. Our team will be represented by our leadership team including our CEO Nicholas Zylberglajt, CTO Kim Clement and Business & Marketing Director Jorge Muñoz who will be taking part in the event, delivering multiple keynotes and interventions.
Presenting our Autonomy-as-a-Service platform in a Congress with the magnitude of the Mobile World Congress will enable us to showcase our know-how and expertise in the field by concretely deploying autonomous robotics solutions this be drones, AMRs or other type of robots.
Don´t miss the panels where you will hear the latest developments in this space and how the autonomous future is taking shape step by step:
CEO – Nicholas Zylberglajt. Monday, 28 June: 13:00 – 14:00. Auditorium B, Hall 2
Speaking with: Angus Ward (CEO, Beyond by BearingPoint), Philippe Lucas (EVP Orange Innovation Devices & Partnerships), Sultan H. Binsaeed (Business Development VP, Saudi Telecom Company) and Elmar Pritsch (President Bosch Connected Mobility Solutions, Robert Bosch GmbH).
The IoT industry has progressed in leaps and bounds over the past decade and is becoming an embedded partner in verticals and sectors around the globe. The significant investment and outlay carried out in R&D for such a diverse set of scenarios (mining, agriculture, aeronautics, supply chain, to mention but a few), means that it has been difficult for the industry to create scalable, easily deployed solutions without having to go down a heavily customised, and costly, R&D and deployment process.
CMO – Jorge Muñoz. Tuesday, 29 June: 11:30 – 12:00. Telefonica Stand 3K31
Speaking with: Marta Antúnez (Director of Wayra Barcelona) and Lorena Senador-Gómez Lázaro (Global Sales Director of Telefonica – TIS).
The panel discussion will be about the joint opportunities that Unmanned Life has achieved with Telefónica and how they are supporting us to reach the market. By joining forces with Telefonica, together we have been able to provide a pioneering product called “Telefonica Unmmaned Security Systems” (TUSS).
Read more: https://www.telefonica.com/en/web/mwc/agora
CEO – Nicholas Zylberglajt. Tuesday, 29 June: 16:00 – 17:00. Auditorium B, Hall 2
Speaking with: Toby Townrow (Business Development Director, Drone Evolution), Philippe Vallée (EVP, Digital Identity & Security, Thales), Marc Beltran (COO & Partner, BCN Drone Center), Patrick Castagnino (Connectivity Business Development, Digital Aviation, Airbus) and Hendrik Bödecker (CFO & Founder, Drone Industry Insights).
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) market is one of the fastest growing and innovative sectors of IoT and presents a huge future commercial and strategic opportunity for operators and their technology partners. This session will focus on the benefits of using mobile networks for secure drone identification, beyond line-of-sight navigation and communication to realise the potential of using drones for a range of applications including remote delivery, aerial reconnaissance, asset inspection, emergency response, agricultural automation, manufacturing and even personal transport.
CTO – Kim Clement. Wednesday, 30 June: 13:30 – 14:30. My Mobile World Congress Online, Hall Virtual
Speaking with: Alex Harmand (Telefonica), Shamik Mishra (Vice President & CTO Connectivity, Capgemini Engineering) and Faisal Zia (Operator Platform Group Lead, GSMA).
There are many potential advantages if enterprise and consumer solution providers push aspects of their services to edge clouds closer to their customer endpoints. This move can lead to improved latency, resiliency, security, privacy, data thinning, transport efficiency as well as being able to take advantage of bespoke 5G performance and features like network slicing. A barrier innovative Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) face in unlocking these benefits can be the different approaches taken by operators who are hosting clouds at the edge of their 5G access networks and on-network customer premises.
CTO – Kim Clement. Wednesday, 30 June: 15:00 – 15:45. Auditorium A, Hall 3
Speaking with: Sergio Parolari (RAN WG2 Vice-Chairman, ZTE), Keith Errey (CEO & Co-Founder, Isansys), Vince Lynch (CEO, IV.AI), Azhar Sayeed (Chief Technologist, Telecoms, Red Hat), Bill Wong (AI & Data Analytics Practice Leader, Dell Technologies) and Josep Corrigan (Head of intelligent Healtcare, Cambridge Consultants).
The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted all aspects of the healthcare industry in a very short amount of time. AI, machine learning and high-quality data has played a key role in the delivery of connected health care. This session sponsored by Nvidia will highlight successful use cases and breakthroughs showing how AI has saved lives and reshaped the healthcare industry. We will explore the key trends driving digital transformation and focus on what to expect in 2021 and beyond.
This year we will have a strong presence at MWC with a Company record-breaking 5 sessions. This is also a recognition to the whole Unmanned Life team who have continued throughout the pandemic to continue pushing the boundaries of technology and making the autonomous future every day closer.
See you at the #MWC21!
About Unmanned Life: Unmanned Life is changing the way robots are being deployed by providing seamless orchestration of autonomous robotics with its Autonomy-as-a-Service software platform. Unmanned Life integrates different technologies. Such as AI, 5G, and Edge computing with multiple robots, like drones and/or autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and a variety of capabilities to enable autonomous robotics operations across multiple industries in particular, Industry 4.0 and Smart Cities.