An event designed for people interested in being part of the change for health, wellbeing and technology organisations | Webinar and Q&A
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5G will be leveraged to realise new opportunities for regional businesses, academic researchers, University staff and students. Warwick is the first University campus that has proactively been given 5G activation by BT.
Hear from expert speakers:
- Wendy Coy – Director of Operations, Innovation Group, and Facilitator
- David Plumb – Chief Innovation Officer, Innovation Group, University of Warwick
- Lucy Baker – Service Technology Director, CTIO, BT Enterprise
- Darren Farmer – Business Development Director, BT
- Professor Theodoros N. Arvanitis holds the Chair of Digital Health Innovation and he is the Director of The Institute of Digital Healthcare, WMG, at University of Warwick.
- Dr Leandro Pecchia – Associate Professor (reader) of Biomedical Engineering. Director of the Applied Biomedical Signal Processing and Intelligent eHealth Lab
- Robert Franks – Managing Director of West Midlands 5G Limited
About this event:
Together BT, the University of Warwick and Warwickshire County Council are hosting this event, one of three, to help businesses develop fresh thinking and consider new possibilities with 5G. This follows the recent launch of 5G on the University of Warwick campus and imminent extension of the 5G network coverage to the University’s Creative Futures Incubator in Leamington to support creative and digital companies. See us in the news here
- Connect with experts and innovators from the Warwick Innovation District to learn more about how the University of Warwick ecosystem can accelerate growth opportunities for motivated innovators and companies
- Debate and discuss opportunities for large and small businesses to leverage 5G to improve the nation’s health
- Using AI to track and improve the nation’s health
- C3 Cloud to enable people to stay in their own homes for longer with personalised, digitised care plans
- Increased hospital productivity and efficiency using autonomous robots, IoT and video analytics
The value of 5G for consumers:
- More resilient network
- Faster download speed – 5G is up to ten times faster than 4G
- Capacity for more connected devices
- Future possibilities: smart cities, autonomous vehicles, capacity to support IoT, gaming and virtual network capabilities