Our Italian FITCE partners, AICT and CNIT, focus this year's congress on the themes Infrastructure and Sustainability. Beside these Scientific Tracks, there will also be an Industrial Technology Track.
In near future, great part of worldwide data will be produced by machines for other machines, supported by proper networks able to guarantee specific requests ranging from ultrabroadband up to massive connections and ultrareliable links requests. Artificial intelligence is expected to process such data, also to limit Human control and management on these systems.
5G is now a reality and 6G is already in front of us, providing chances to let the wireless signal propagating mainly towards the receiver with the cooperative support of environments equipped with intelligent devices and surfaces. This smart management of the electromagnetic issues can help also to observe emission limitation regulations. Space applications are becoming easily accessible, but their set up may introduce unexpected risks. Intentional data degradation by unauthorized actors must be contrasted. Electronic chips and devices should be produced out of monopolistic advantages. Quantum computers and quantum communications will disclose further opportunities, but also possible threats. Precise international regulations and recommendations are expected to give clear frameworks in which permitted operations are possible.
In this scenario, Covid 19 pandemic added new challenges. All the countries in the world are devoting large funds to favor recovery and resilience against the economic and social effects of pandemic. Next Generation EU represents the most important facility of this type in European nations. In UK a similar government recovery strategy is on the point of starting.
All these aspects of future telecommunications would impact on the concept of technologic, economic and green sustainability, at either local or global level.
The Congress aims to give proper hints for facing these fundamental questions, and to suggest possible long-term solutions.
We refer to the event website for the schedule.
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We bring together industry professionals and academics to exchange views and gain new insights into the developments and challenges related to the technical, regulatory, societal, and economic aspects of broadband – both fixed and mobile.
During our in-person and virtual events, we explore important trends in the field and discuss evolutions on the international stage, and how they translate to the Belgian content.
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