5G & IoT UK test beds and trials

13 September 2016, 10.00 AM - 13 September 2016, 4.00 PM

Merchant Venturer’s Building Communications Systems and Networks Lab Room 1.11

The 5G & IoT test bed and trials partners invite you to attend this free event to share latest updates and activities with respect to 5G & IoT research, test beds and trials. The partners will share latest updates on their activities. During the event, attendees will investigate potential areas for collaboration, innovation and common approaches to further enhance the UK proposition. This event is kindly being hosted by Smart Internet Lab at the University of Bristol. Please register to attend. 

About the organisers:

Members of the ICT Community were initially brought together under Innovate UK's Knowledge Tranfer Network (KTN) to foster collaboration across academic and industrial communities. Subsequently, the group was briefly supported by techUK, as well as, the Wireless Test and Innovation Centre (Wireless TIC). In recognition of the value of collaboration, members since retained contact and regularly host free and open events for industry and academia in an effort to share knowledge and continue to develop a stronger joined-up UK proposition for 5G & IoT. The founding members of this group are:


King's College London
University of Bristol - Smart Internet Lab
University of Sheffield
University of Surrey - 5G Innovation Centre

Other organisations and industry

BRE (formerly known as Building Research Establishment) 
Cambridge Wireless
Digital Catapult
Digital Greenwich
HW CommunicationsPublic Safety Communication Europe (PSCE)
National Physical Laboratory (NPL)
Network Rail
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
Wireless Test and Innovation Centre (WTIC)DTG Testing

Contact information

For any queries, please do not hesitate contacting Maria Korea, our Smart Internet Lab Manager.  

Smart Internet Lab,
University of Bristol,
Merchant Venturers Building,
Faculty of Engineering,
Woodland Road, Clifton,
Bristol, BS8 1UB, 
United Kingdom.  

T: +44 (0) 117 33 14788 
W: www.bristol.ac.uk/smart 

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