Wireless industry pundits have dubbed 2017 the year of 5G, as ultra-high-speed networks begin to move out of the proof of concept stage and into the field. Designed to support the growing demand from IoT devices and users for high-speed, low-latency connectivity for a growing multitude of use cases across industries, 5G networks need to be able to scale quickly to support demand, with the flexibility to accommodate different spectrum requirements and use cases as they emerge.
5G demands best-in-class solutions from a quality and performance perspective, and antennas are the critical link. The 5G communications hardware market needs precision, quality and even more engineering support than ever before. Like in the race to 4G LTE, Taoglas is the first antenna vendor on the device side to provide 5G antenna solutions and options.
Scott Schwalbe, CEO, NimbeLink, chaired a panel at Sensors Expo to discuss NimbeLink’s approach to partnership in the IoT market and the process by which the company transitioned from a component to a solutions company.
Bohdan Yaremenko Chairman of the Board, Foreign policy and security expert. The Maidan of Foreign Affairs was created during the 2013-2014 Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity by the Ukrainian diplomats who openly denounced the actions of the Yanukovych government and the change of Ukraine’s foreign policy vector.They organized opposition they called “Ukrainian Maidan”. The movement was initially peaceful but the Oligarchs such as Petro Petroshenko backed the Maidan Movement that eventually became violent. Also, the Right Sector became involved and attacked the police drawing in the peaceful protesters.
Richard Kusiolek, Managing Editor of GMCstream Incorporated meets with Christopher Richins, co-founder and CEO of RBC Signals. RBC Signals is a multi-national company enabling an improved commercial-focused model for the delivery and processing of real-time data from satellites in Low Earth Orbit. Richins stated that RBC Signals is “the first and only provider in our sector using a shared economy model to leverage existing ground station infrastructure to deliver and process real-time data. Our competitive pricing is critical for commercial satellite operators to make their own business plans financially feasible as the global space sector continues to commercialize.” Richins closed a seed round of funding. This is notable because the company, which is led by space industry veterans and is doing something very entrepreneurial, is the only real-time satellite date delivery provider capitalizing on the sharing economy (much like Uber or AirBnB) to meet the needs of its commercial satellite operator customers.
Richard Kusiolek, Managing Director, GMCstream has an on-site conversation with Roboteam, Inc. Director, Ground Robotics, Al Rebara. Roboteam provides top ground robotics to the DoD and was just nominated as a Best for Vets: Employer. Roboteam designs and manufactures leading global technology and robotic solutions for the U.S. Military, Special Forces, EOD units and SWAT, and has changed how the armed forces and law enforcement use robotics. These multi-purpose unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) provide tactical and ISR support to a variety of coordinated missions and improve the overall safety conditions, especially to the soldiers and law-enforcement officers that are in harm’s way.