The Scotland 5G Centre is supporting the UK Government’s Department for International Trade (DIT) with Innovation IntrodUKtions – a 2-day virtual trade mission with 20 UK based companies pitching to the telecom innovation ecosystem on the 15th and 16th July 2020.
The two-day event will include pitching sessions to hardware and telco scouts from the Telecom Council, Silicon Valley’s leading telecom network. Attendees will have access to digital demos and a matchmaking platform for arranging one-on-one meetings with innovation scouts.
The Scotland 5G Centre’s Chair, Julie Snell, will be hosting a fireside chat along with Ros Singleton, Chair of the UK5G Advisory Board, Mohammad Lari, Head of Cross-Government and International Coordination 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme at DCMS, and Michel Sabatier, Business Development Director at WM5G. Julie will be addressing innovation in 5G, mobility, and immersive tech. The Scotland 5G Centre will also be supporting two Scottish based companies who will be pitching:
- QIoT – an end to end IoT company who specialise in remote access in healthcare sector by connecting medical devices such as inhalers and EpiPen’s with IoT technology to allow monitoring and reporting of real time usage (www.qiot.co.uk); and
- DDK Positioning – providers of high accuracy GNSS corrections service, currently working with American Partners Iridium Communications LLC to deliver this over their satellite network. (https://www.ddkpositioning.com/)
Attendance to this event is free of charge. To find out more and register go click here .