5G Techritory program to focus on making Europe a 5G producer

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The agenda for '5G Techritory', the third annual Baltic Sea Region 5G ecosystem forum, was revealed October 12. It is extremely extensive, including more than 120 speakers who will offer their insight across more than 60 keynote speeches and panel discussions.

This year’s event will take place virtually, on November 11 and 12, gathering 5G industry leaders, policymakers, and tech innovators in one platform for exchange. 

The panels will address pressing issues like 5G deployment and innovation, 5G liability ownership, smart cities, 5G vs Wifi, mission-critical networks, and 5G data privacy. Several panels will look into the future - the advance of edge computing, 5G laptops and wearables, 5G-enabled internet of the future, and even the latest findings on 6G.

Neils Kalnins, the Director of 5G Techritory said: “Our aim is to establish Europe’s role as the producer of high-end technologies, rather than to become simply consumers of technologies created elsewhere. Without the collaboration of various industries and sectors, we will be unable to fully harness the potential of 5G. 5G Techritory is the forum to do just that, and to significantly accelerate the pace of the Baltic Sea Region's technological development.”

Like many other events, this year 5G Techritory has taken on a digital format with a custom-built platform enabling high-quality live streaming and interaction between speakers and participants. The event will be held on four virtual stages, hosting keynote speeches, panel discussions, and fireside chats. In addition, the digital conference will feature networking opportunities, side event “rooms”, sponsor scavenger hunts, and more. 

Only registered and confirmed attendees will be granted access to the platform. The event itself is free of charge. To register for 5G Techritory click here

The forum is organised by the Electronic Communication Office of Latvia in co-operation with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)  and the Nordic Council of Ministers. It is also backed by the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia, Latvian Mobile Telephone (LMT), European Commission and DG Connect.

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