Liverpool 5G will have a strong presence at the Cambridge Wireless International Conference (CWIC), with Project Leads Rosemary Kay & Ann Williams speaking at the Health & Social Care session “What is the role of wireless in providing sustainable health and social care and tackling the “Digital Divide?”, and Julie Bradford, from project partners Real Wireless, chairing the conference.
CWIC 2021 will consider the value of the wireless network within digital and circular economies, exploring innovations and ideas that maximise wireless’ potential to improve the future, including the delivery of progressive services across a variety of sectors, contribution to socioeconomic growth, and the reduction of wireless’ environmental impact.
The Health and Social Care session, Track 4, will recognise the issues surrounding the ‘digital divide’ and the high socio-economic impact connectivity can bring, and will examine the role of wireless in society and in the delivery of novel health services. Julie Bradford is Chair of the Keynote Session, & Chair of the CWIC 2021 Organising Committee.
The CWIC 2021 is taking place on 9th November, and is a hybrid event with both in-person and online tickets available, here.