Smart Buildings Show looks at how 5G will affect buildings

October 02, 2019 by John Hatcher
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Smart Buildings Show looks at how 5G will affect buildings

5G is beginning its UK rollout, and Smart Buildings Show (Olympia London, 9-10 October) will be highlighting the business benefits and implications for smart commercial buildings.

Craig Birchenough, chief operating officer at Wireless Infrastructure Group, who are a gold sponsor of Smart Buildings Show, will explore the increasing importance of mobile communications and discusses how poor coverage affects both workplace productivity and the bottom line in revenue and asset value. Leaning on years of experience in delivering mobile connectivity solutions across a wide range of client sectors, Craig will be introducing an innovative solution to ensuring reliable and consistent mobile coverage in the truly smart building. He will be speaking on the 9th October at 12.15pm in the connected spaces theatre.

Colin Eddison, technical director at Herbert In-Building Wireless, will be looking at 'The Future of 5G inside buildings' on day two of the show. He states,  "The four UK mobile network operators, BT/EE, O2, Vodafone & Three have started rolling out 5G coverage across numerous UK cities this year and it’s claimed 5G will revolutionize business and provide significant growth in the UK economy by changing the way we do things, but how will this be achieved?  I’ll outline why an in-building mobile phone coverage solution may be required for your building and how implementing it is a long and not inexpensive business which requires both relevant technical expertise and the cooperation of the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs)."

To see the full conference programme go to www.smartbuildingsshow.com/sessions

To register for the show go to www.smartbuildingsshow.com

 

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