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26 September 17:30 - 21:00THINGS

This September 26th, 17:30-21:00, we will bring together the startup community and Ericsson experts to discuss the future of 5G and how your startup can benefit from Ericsson’s global network.

You will get a chance to know more about the potential of 5G in a relaxed and down-to-earth setting and how you can use it as a platform to build growth.  Come meet us to learn how to connect to the Ericsson Garage – an in-house technology incubator.

AGENDA

  • Welcome speech by Magnus Melander, Evangelist THINGS®, CEO Wbird AB and Founder SMSE
  • Fire-side chat with Sandor Albrecht, Founder of the Ericsson Garage, Emma Gabrielsson, Director Business Development at Ericsson and Peter Öhlén, Principal Researcher at Ericsson
  • Mingle, food and networking with 5G & business experts from Ericsson


5G - A FUTURE PLATFORM 

There is a lot of press and interest around 5G. Yes, speeds will be higher, but 5G will also be a platform for advanced services like remote surgery, autonomous vehicles and smart connected cities. These new services will take advantage of 5G and distributed cloud capabilities at the network edge.

Here interesting opportunities arise, and complex challenges need to be solved. We see a mix of small and large companies developing building blocks to create new services and manage the underlying platform. Different IoT applications will be increasingly important, including e.g. manufacturing & transportation.

There is a range of different technologies needed and some key examples are:

  • Machine learning and AI
  • Visualization
  • Data mining
  • Software components for new services – IoT & people

Read more about Ericsson in-house incubator here.

Read more about the different use cases of 5G here.

Read more about Ericsson Research Technology Insights here.

Tickets: This event is free of charge and first come first serve. 

Metro: Tekniska Högskolan

THINGS is the number one hub for hardware oriented individuals and companies in Sweden. It is a 2000 m2 co-working space at KTH Campus down-town Stockholm for selected start-ups with hardware as part of their solution and global ambitions. They work in areas like Internet of Things, wearables, 3D scanning/printing, sensors, automation and robotics. What makes THINGS unique is that we are independent from investors and manufacturers, our members have access to unparalleled prototyping and testing capabilities and last but not least, our partnerships with a number of the most successful and innovative export companies in Sweden. For more information please visit: www.thingstockholm.com

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