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  • CGA Simulation attend International Consumer Technology Association conference, CES 2020, Las Vegas.

    CGA Simulation has been showcasing the 5G planning tool they created for the Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care project, after winning a coveted place at international tech conference CES, Las Vegas, (7-10 Jan, 2020.) The conference attracts 175,000 + global attendees and CGA faced strong competition to win their place on the Government funded…

  • 5G supported solutions at The Internet of Things Healthcare Event

    Rosemary Kay, Project Lead for Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care, and eHealth Cluster Director, gave a talk at the IET Internet of Things in Healthcare: Applications, Opportunities and Challenges event at Sensor City, this week. Her talk, ‘Adoption Readiness – Learnings from the Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care Testbed’ addressed how the cluster has worked with…

  • What is the potential role of 5G in palliative care?

    That’s the question that Sensor City CEO, Joanne Phoenix, has been trying to answer at an event discussing the role of different emerging technologies in key areas of healthcare this week. The event attracted health and technology practitioners from across the UK . Sensor City is the lead organisation in the Liverpool 5G Health and…

  • Liverpool City Council’s Ann Williams spreads the word about 5G being a ‘tech for good’

    Liverpool City Council’s digital lead, Ann Williams, has been talking about the Liverpool 5G project and consortium at a number of technology related conferences this week.   Ann was a speaker at a Telecare Standards Association conference, which attracted delegates from across the telecoms, government and technology sectors. She talked about the importance of 5G…

  • Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care community event in Kensington

    Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care invited members of the community in Kensington, Liverpool, to learn more about the project’s innovative technologies, which support people to live at home with long-term health conditions. Volunteers with manageable conditions like diabetes have been trialling the Liverpool-designed IoT devices and apps like ‘Push to Talk’, Warnhydrate, the quizzing…

  • Liverpool 5G team share learning with West Midlands 5G consortium

    As one of only six national consortia who gained funding from the government in the first phase of its 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme, Liverpool 5G already has tips to share about how to set up a successful 5G eco-system and network. This week we welcomed a team from West Midlands 5G – a public and…

  • Tech UK and Liverpool 5G’s Integrating 5G into a Health and Social Care Setting Event 

    Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care held a joint event with Tech UK at Sensor City, Liverpool, this week to explore the challenges and opportunities arising from the integration of 5G supported technologies into health and social care settings. Key speakers at the event included Rosemary Kay, Liverpool 5G project lead, and Professor Joe Spencer…

  • Liverpool 5G at IoT and Women in Tech event

    Jen Fenner, Managing Director of Defproc, a Liverpool 5G project partner, has been speaking at an event to celebrate the role of women in technology throughout the ages, and more recently in the development of socially-impactful IoT devices. The Innovation Festival event was hosted by Liverpool City Library, Defproc is currently trialling the ‘Push to…

  • Talk to us!

    We’ve been doing a number of engagement activities recently, to make sure the information people are receiving about 5G technology is relevant and easy to understand. An information afternoon took place at The Croissant of Inequality , a community café in Kensington, which was attended by the Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care team and…

  • Professor Joe Spencer talks about 5G technology and safety at Green Party event

    Joe Spencer, one of our project leads at Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care, is also Professor of Electrical Engineering at University of Liverpool and the university’s academic lead at Sensor City. Sensor City is an innovation hub that exists to promote collaboration between University of Liverpool and John Moores University. This week he used…