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Edge Computing & 5G – Opportunities in our future cities
What new business models and opportunities will the combination of 5G and Edge Computing create? And what challenges will arise related to security, dependability and performance? Watch the talk here!
The fifth generation (5G) of mobile network is going to revolutionise the future wireless communications! Not only by providing a faster Internet connectivity, but by enabling a new generation of applications, services, and businesses that will exploit the 5G ability of connecting billions of devices with low latency and ultra reliability. One of the technologies that will make this possible is the Edge Computing, which consists in the deployment of storage and computing platforms at the edge of the 5G Radio Access Network.
- Gianfranco Nencioni, Associate Professor, University of Stavanger
- Henri Harmia, Head of strategy – Product Area IT Services, Telia
- Ingvar Didrik Haukland, Manager, Ring Digital
- Moderated by Anders Riel Müller, Project Manager of the Smart City Research Network at the University of Stavanger
Is the building industry stuck in the past?
When: March 9, 2021
What: How can building organizations move forward with cutting edge, scalable innovation?
Is it time to put out the fire in wood burners?
When: February 9, 2021
What: How dangerous is the wood burner for our local environment? The debate is raging.
Nudging – the Art of Positive Manipulation
When: January 12, 2021
What: Can we influence people to behave more sustainable without their knowing, and should we do it? Hear the science and practice of nudging from the University of Stavanger, Risk Management AS, Ducky and Footprint.
The Smart and Vulnerable City
When: 08. December. Recording coming soon.
What can smart cities learn from Tour de France and Surfboards?
When: 20 October, 2020
What: How can we use simulations and deep learning to enhance the livability in cities? Can city planners learn from Tour de France teams?
Will smart cities make us sustainable?
When: 18 August, 2020
What: Since the smart city emerged as an approach to urban development in the 1990s, it has become highly popular throughout the world. This first science talk will explore the concept of smart cities and take issue with the idea that smart city development is driven by techno-optimistic ideas and policies. Drawing on field work from three EU Lighthouse projects – Stavanger, Nottingham and Stockholm – we examine how smart city initiatives have affected urban energy sustainability.