Growing up from childhood into adulthood, most of us not-under-the-rock-dwellers will have at least noticed some of the evolution in video games. From the introduction of real-time 3D graphics in games in the 90s, rise of multiplayer and casual games in the 00s, mobile games in the 10s, to VR and AR becoming more mature in our current decade – it has been quite the ride.Continue reading “The future of game development and game technology and the impact for telecom / datacom”
SURF is the cooperative for the Dutch universities (WO), Universities of Applied Science (HBO), Medical Universities (UMCs), Institutions for secondary vocational education (MBO) and Dutch research organisations. We will look at SURF, the education sector’s challenges as well as the future of (higher) education and the role technologies can play now and in ten year’s time.Continue reading “Future of higher education, how telecom can help the student”
Through concrete examples and technologies you’ll be shown the future of video consumption, all use cases are around sports as this is a major driver for innovation in the broadcast and streaming industry.Continue reading “The Future of the Live Sports Viewing Experience and how datacom can influence this”
Technology is currently not limited by innovation. Instead, it’s the capability to adapt fast enough.
Businesses are differentiating by the capability of adoption, most notably the agility of their customers using these innovations. We believe we can only answer the questions of tomorrow when we create a secure digital society.
In this presentation Geert Christiaansen will reflect on the changes in the delivery of healthcare, some of the drivers behind these changes and how smart hospitals will help drive the move to a decentralized and more patient-centric healthcare system. One of the key enablers for this move is the rise of “smart”, connected infrastructures in which smart hospitals not only aim to improve care delivery within the building, but become a part of a broader healthcare delivery ecosystem.Continue reading “Future of Smart Hospitals and how telecom can respond to that”
Advanced and coordinated responses in the field of cybersecurity have become increasingly necessary, as cyberattacks grow in number, scale and consequences, impacting heavily our security. All relevant actors in the EU need to be prepared to respond collectively and exchange relevant information on a ‘need to share’, rather than only ‘need to know’, basis.Continue reading “European Commission proposes to build a Joint Cyber Unit to tackle cyber incidents”
Through continuously studies of IoT use cases and their commonalities, oneM2M outlined a distributed architecture. This presentation will introduce the well defined abstraction mechanism, based on a common API, that enables a wide range of interactions between applications and the underlying technologies needed to source data from connected devices and sensors. It makes it easier for developers to handle the complexities and technology permutations involved in IoT deployments.Continue reading “oneM2M Roadmap for Data Interoperability”
The paper was created under the direction of Professor Boris Otto, Director at Fraunhofer ISST.Continue reading “GAIA-X and IDS, a position paper by International Data Spaces Association”
BREKO, Europacable and the FTTH Council Europe call on policy-makers at European, national and local level, to consider the impact of the different broadband technologies on the sustainability of the environment and the European economy when selecting amongst them.Continue reading “Use Fibre as Broadband Technology, Save energy!”
A presentation by Paul Blankers, Senior Global Clinical Consultant/ Senior Clinical Advisor, Ascom healthcare
Technology is the foundation for most of the Healthcare changes. What brings 5G and does it compare to other technology innovations? Is latency a deal breaker? What other technology innovations are connected to 5G?Continue reading “Impact of 5G on Healthcare (VIDEO)”