ETNO and Capacity Media are continuing their joint work on events taking place in Europe and beyond.
The latest Metro Connect Europe 2019 will be taking place in Amsterdam between 17-18 September 2019. More than 50 companies will be represented at the event, with 80% of participants having a Director-Level and above.
ETNO will be represented by Maarit Palovirta, Director of Regulatory Affairs, who will be part of the panel discussion on “How is regulation incentivising investment in fibre?”. Maarit joins the following panelists:
- Alejandra de Iturriaga, Director of Telecommunications and Audiovisual Sector, AUDIOVISUAL SECTOR SPANISH NATIONAL AUTHORITY FOR MARKETS AND COMPETITION (CNMC)
- Annemarie Sipkes, Director of Telecommunications, Transport and Postal Services Department, AUTHORITY FOR CONSUMERS AND MARKETS (ACM)
- Vincenzo Lobianco, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, AUTORITA PER LE GARANZIE NELLE COMMUNICAZIONI (AGCOM)
- Anthony Whelan, Director for Electronic Communications Networks & Services, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
As a supporting association of Metro Connect Europe, we are delighted to offer our Members and Observers a 15% discount off the full ticket price when purchasing 1 pass. To make use of this discount, please register at this link and enter the code ETNOMC15.
The latest information on speakers and agenda is available at this link.
As the world prepares for a 5G future, the internet of things is about to become a reality. And with that comes a huge opportunity for the European Union, where advanced industries will be the first to make the leap toward fully automated factories, AI-controlled processes, complex supply chain management and hyper-fast product delivery.
- Is the digital transformation a way for Europe’s industry to boost its competitiveness and lead on the global stage?
- How can companies that have invested to develop world-beating manufacturing tools protect their highly connected networks from penetration and industrial espionage?
- How can Europe’s industrial champions ensure that the networks to which they connect their factories of the future are secure from spying by corporate rivals or state-backed entities?
All of these questions are clear and present as Europe prepares for the rollout of the high-speed 5G networks that will make IoT possible. This event will bring together top industry executives and policymakers to examine how Europe should lay the groundwork for an IoT future and how IoT is changing industry and manufacturing as we know it.
Time: 3 September, from 12:15PM
Venue: The Office (Rue d'Arlon 80, 1000 Bruxelles)
- 12:15 PM Registration and Networking Lunch
- 1:00 PM Welcome Remarks by POLITICO’s moderator
- 1:05 PM Introductory Remarks by Lise Fuhr, ETNO Director General
- 1:10 PM Panel Discussion
- Angelika Niebler, Member of the European Parliament (EPP, Germany)
- Pearse O’Donohue, Director for Future Networks, DG CNECT, European Commission
- Henri Korpi, Executive Vice President, Elisa
- Malte Lohan, Director General, Orgalim
The panel discussion will be moderated by Laurens Cerulus, POLITICO's Senior Policy Reporter
- 2:00 PM Closing Remarks followed by Networking Reception
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The GSMA, ETNO and DIGITALEUROPE, invite you to save the date for a welcome reception where we hope to meet and greet all MEPs and European Parliament’s staff who are passionate about all things digital.
Mark your calendars for an evening of networking, exploring tech innovation and the power of connectivity. We look forward to working with you in building the EU digital agenda 2019-2024!
Date: 2 July 2019
Time: 18:00 - 21:00
Venue: Pavillon Joséphine, Parc de l’Orangerie, Strasbourg, France
What does digital innovation look like? What are the new products and services that European consumers can expect? At our Digital Reception, guests will be able to interact with the teams of leading global companies and experience innovation as diverse as connected and automated mobility, Smart Cargo, Artificial Intelligence, smart cities and 5G VR collaboration. Demos will be powered by T-Mobile, Orange, A1 Telekom Austria Group, GSMA, Nokia, Qualcomm and Huawei.
For any questions, contact us at email@example.com
ETNO is having a media partnership for the Battery Tech 2019 Exhibition and Conference.
The world's fleet of electric vehicles grew to over 4 million units in 2018. In just over a decade, there will be enough electric cars on the road for every person in Germany, as electric vehicle ownership is estimated to reach 100 million units by 2030. Europe and China posted the largest electric vehicle growth rates in 2018, with electric vehicle sales more than doubling from the previous year.
Key topics on this year’s agenda include:
- Electric vehicles economic outlook and industry forecasts
- Exploring new battery technologies and battery management systems
- Latest research in extending battery life for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles
- New manufacturing processes and technical know-how to achieve economies of scale
- Upcoming regulations and safety standards for the electric vehicle market
- End-user and manufacturer case studies and adapting to Industry 4.0
More information and registrations are avialable here.