When it comes to flying vehicles of the future, safety concerns set a very high bar, both literally and figuratively
Guest Interview: Roger Nichols on 6G Impact and More
Early 6G conversations predict ingenious ways for people to interact with their surroundings, including instantaneous communication, connected robotics, and wireless artificial intelligent interactions. This is the first part of an interview with Roger Nichols, Keysight’s 6G program manager, who discussed his perspective of what 6G will be and how to make the vision of 6G a reality.
Gazing Ahead to 6G, Fierce Wireless Webinar Explains Need to Research Now
“Future Gazing: Looking Ahead to a 6G Future” panelists explained the reasoning behind starting 6G research with 5G just being deployed now.
Debatable Frequencies: Where Does the Terahertz Band Start?
It’s easy to find examples of people using either 100 GHz or 300 GHz to define the Terahertz band. But is there a right answer?
Conceptualizing Security in a 6G World
The physical world of 2030 and beyond will be more networked, digitised and automated than ever before, depending on connectivity and AI to function. How do we make sure that bad actors cannot exploit this to endanger lives and economies?
Commissioned by 6GWorld, this ABI Research report maps out the interplay between security challenges and the evolution beyond 5G networks, including recommendations for action today and further reading.
Smart Networks and Services Partnership to Help Lead Europe into 6G
A follow-up to Europe’s 5G Public-Private Partnership (5G-PPP), Smart Networks and Services (SNS) is poised to pick up where its predecessor left off, with at least one major difference. Instead of innovating for 5G, SNS will focus on 6G. Last Call for 5G-PPP...
6G Gains Momentum With Initiatives Launched Across the World
So far, four recent joint projects focused on 6G development have been announced. Learn the details about each one
HAPSMobile Sunglider Set to Rise to Challenge with Loss of Partner Loon
HAPSMobile’s Ryuji Wakikawa on the potential of the SoftBank subsidiary’s High-Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) Sunglider project.
The Decline of Democratisation with the Evolution of Tech
Now that Moore’ Law technically no longer applies, the rules of the game are changing with regard to the democratisation of technology.