Smart Cities Week Global

The speaker lineup at Smart Cities Week Global is heating up! We have added a tremendous amount of talent to our roster and  can't wait to share their expertise with you. Your free education from a global cohort of experts begins October 19 and runs through November 10. 

Join us as we connect crisis into opportunity. 

  • Some highlights include:
    Discover how the city of Chattanooga, TN is championing a digital transformation of the planning and operations of the city. Engage with city officials, Oak Ridge National Laboratory scientists, university researchers and Siemens Mobility as they share the transformative work benefiting the city's electric grid, transportation/mobility, building energy efficiency and cybersecurity systems.
  • Cities are made up of smart buildings. Smart building management will be needed to help cities meet 2030 climate goals. Retrofit and integration of technology is just the start. Smart building and campus technology can transform community engagement, improve quality of life, and make residents safer. Hear from experts bringing their communities into the future.

Connect (X) 2021

Join the Wireless Infrastructure Association in Boston for Connectivity Expo 2021. Visit https://www.connectivityexpo.com/ for more information.

Connectivity (X): All Access

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WIA is canceling Connect (X) 2020 and going virtual!

Connect (X) All Access has added content that you can review at your leisure from the comfort of your home. All keynotes and panel sessions will be available until the end of August but time is running short so start viewing today. 

People interested in HetNets and the in-building space may be particularly interested in the following panel:

In-Building & Venue Solutions: CRAN/DRAN/iDAS/ODAS vs Wi-Fi vs CBRS for Coverage & Capacity

Moderator - Tim Downs, Executive Producer, Wireless Infrastructure Association

Greg Najjar, Vice President, ADRF

Steven Morris, Vice President, Connectivity Wireless

Art King, Director of Enterprise Service, Corning

The in-building wireless segment is undergoing a significant change – in both technology choice and business model. This session surveys the current thinking of each solution as it relates to the in-building market, and the advantages and disadvantages of each solution for the commercial landlord; the tenant; and the neutral host provider.

Click the button below to learn more and register for FREE.

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