Track 1 - Plenary: UK 5G Innovations (09:30 to 12:45)

(Chair: Bob Stewart, University of Strathclyde)

09:00

Registration Opens, Coffee + Exhibition Time

09:45

Welcome to University of Strathclyde
Sir Jim McDonald, (Principal, University of Strathclyde)

09:50

Glasgow 5G Summit Overview: Plenary, IoT and Rural Tracks
IEEE 5G Summit Chair: James Irvine, University of Strathclyde

10:00

5G Connectivity – Embracing the New Business Opportunities
Tony Gribben, Head of Cisco (Scotland) & Dez  O’Connor, Bus. Dev Manager Cisco Systems

10:15

5G New Radio (NR) Standards  – What are the Technologies?
Iain Stirling, Principal Communications Engineer, MathWorks Ltd

10:30

New Technologies, New Applications and 5G Future
Rahim Tafazolli, Director, 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC), Univ of Surrey

10:45

Slicing the 5G Businesses Case
Mansoor Hanif, 5GUK Advisory Board Member

11:00

5G : Maximising use of Licensed, Unlicensed and Shared Specturm
Dean Brenner, Senior Vice President, Qualcomm Inc

11:15

Break and Exhibits/Networking & Posters

11:45

UK DCMS 5G Trials and Testbed
Tony Sceales, 5G Sector Coordination Lead, DCMS (UK Govt)

12:00

Panel Session: What are the Barriers to Deployment?    Moderator – Ian Birleson, WHP

12:30

Lunch and Networking and Exhibit / Displays / Demonstrations & Posters

Track 2: 5G IoT (14:00 to 17:00)

(Chair – Federico Coffele, PNDC)

14:00

NBIoT and Service Provision for Utility Sector
Andy Haig, Vodafone

14:10

5G for Monitoring Energy Distribution Networks
Alan Dunn, Power Networks Demonstration Centre

14:20

The Global IoT Service Provision Opportunity
Noel Kirkaldy, Nokia (TBC)

14:30

5G Applications, Infrastructure and Spectrum
Raj Sivalingam, Julian Stafford, WHP Telecoms

1440

IoT and Connectivity Monitoring Requirements for Health and Wellbeing
Andy Todman, Chief Executive, Age UK West Cumbria 

14:50

5G Security and Trust for IoT in Mission Critical Systems
Greig Paul, University of Strathclyde/PNDC

15:00

How might 5G and IoT contribute to Scotland’s Connectivity Vision
Andrew Muir, FarrPoint Ltd

15:30

Break and Exhibits / Networking & Posters

15:50

Panel Sessions on 5G IoT and Utility Sector:   Moderator James Irvine  

Track 3: 5G Rural (14:00 to 17:00)

(Chair – Stephen Speirs, Cisco Systems)

14:00

5GRuralFirst Project: Shared and Dynamic Spectrum for Rural Connectivity
David Crawford, Centre for White Space Communication

14:10

Agritech – The need for 5G for Agricultural Technologies: Drones, V2X, 4k Video and IoT  Dave Ross, Agri-Epi Centre

14:20

Next Generation Media Broadcast for Radio & TV Rural Broadcast
David Hemingway, BBC R&D

14:30

Remote Rural – Don’t leave us to last again!!
Donnie Morrison, MBE, Highands and Islands Enterprise

14:40

The Real-5G vision for Rural & Remote Areas
Zahid Ghadialy, Parallel Wireless (IUK) Ltd

14:50

Self Organising Networks for Coverage in Events, Disaster Areas and Rural Areas    Muhammad Imran, University of Glasgow

1500

Lifi for 5G and Beyond
Harald Haas, pureLiFi Ltd

15:10

5G Rural Integrated Testbed Project
Michael Armitage, Broadway Partners Ltd

15:30

Break and Exhibits / Networking

16:00

Panel Sessions on 5G Rural Opportunities:   Moderator Ivan Andonovic

Close

16:45

5G Summit Key Takeaways and Close: Moderator  Bob Stewart

17:00

Sponsored Reception in the Technology and Innovation Centre

19:00

(Optional) Networking Dinner in Glasgow City Centre

A copy of the Agenda can be downloaded here:

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