L5G project lead Ann Williams spoke at the S5GConnect event ‘Unlocking the power of 5G in our urban areas’. The S5GConnect programme aims to raise awareness of the possibilities of 5G, stimulating demand and encouraging the use of 5G to innovate new products, services and applications. The event aimed to explore the progress of 5G in urban areas of Scotland, and illustrate how 5G can help sustain urban development.
The panel consisted of Robert Franks from West Midlands 5G, Lynsey Brydson from Construction Scotland Innovation Centre, Graham Thrower of Urban Foresight, as well as L5G’s Ann Williams from Liverpool City Council.
The virtual event is available to watch here.