How NB-IoT can help rural communities gain access to reliable connectivity to enable multiple 5G use cases to operate side by side.
Over many years this has been an idea, a concept that I knew the industry needed, but perhaps the timing wasn’t right. During my time at Network Rail Telecom looking at asset commercialisation, I was able to test the thinking, technology and processes in a real-world environment, and demonstrate that the concept worked.
Earlier this week Dave Happy addressed the UK Spectrum Policy Forum and reports back here…
This blogpost approaches 5G upstream, to consider how the technology is already embedded in society via those who design, develop, and deploy 5G, and what can be done to make the sector more diverse.
IoT network systems represent an opportunity to monitor physical and environmental conditions. This report discusses the technology and methods for monitoring land stability with NBIoT.
One of the key roles of the Satellite Applications Catapult in the project has been to architect and integrate the components of the 5G network being deployed in the 5G RuralDorset project.
How do you make sense of 5G? Research, diversity, and skills.
Chief Executive of Dorset Council and Chair of the Local Government Delivery Council (LGDC), Matt Prosser explains why the council is involved in these ground-breaking 5G trials and the potential benefits.
Andy Crouch from JET Engineering describes the challenges in deploying and managing a 5G network at sea and how they’re hoping to overcome some of these hurdles by working closely with the National Physical Laboratory.
Local authorities have always played a role in the deployment of mobile technologies, but they have only recently started exploring what they could do as spectrum holders. Collaboration lead for 5G RuralDorset, Dave Happy, recently spoke to Policy Tracker about provision of mobile services in rural areas.