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  • L5G Project Lead Ann Williams speaking at Digital Leaders Week 2021

    Liverpool 5G Create Project Lead Ann Williams will be speaking at Digital Leaders Week, the national initiative promoting digital transformation, leadership and innovation

  • Be Better Connected Conference Highlights

    In March 2021, UK5G & DCMS hosted a 2-day collaboration conference to bring together all of the 5G Testbeds & Trials projects for the first time. The conference featured speakers from UK5G and DCMS, and enabled topic-focused networking at virtual tables for cross-project discussions. Liverpool 5G project leads Rosemary Kay & Ann Williams hosted tables…

  • Can 5G Help Defuse the UK’s Health and Social Care Time Bomb?

    On 29th April, Liverpool 5G Director Rosemary Kay will be joining the NHS, DCMS, and Dorset Council at a UK5G working group seminar to discuss how 5G can help solve the health and social care issues encountered by the increase in digital services and growing digital exclusion. The NHS’s Long Term Plan is underpinned by…

  • A woman’s perspective for International Women’s Day

    Today is International Women’s Day, a celebration of talented and vital women across the globe. Here, Liverpool 5G’s Health and Social Care Authority, Ann Williams (from Liverpool City Council), tells us about the great work she’s been involved in , improving social care outcomes and reducing the digital divide in Liverpool.  I am a Commissioner…

  • Blueprint to delivering smart cities published

    Liverpool 5G partner, Blu Wireless, has published a highlight report, The definitive blueprint to delivering smart cities, that explores the importance of 5G and Smart Cities, as a means of improving city resilience and responsiveness. Liverpool 5G Lead, Professor Joe Spencer provides the introduction, whilst Jon Wetheral, Managing Director of CGA Simulation (also partners) is…

  • Liverpool 5G featured in UK5G Innovation Briefing

    UK5G’s Innovation Briefing magazine put the spotlight on Liverpool 5G in its first edition of 2021, looking at the real-world needs the project is addressing and the role of project partners.

  • Technology and gaming could help children feel less anxious after a year of ‘Blue Mondays’

    18th January, Blue Monday, is supposedly the most depressing day of the year. The riot of Christmas decorations has gone, your bank account is jaded, and dark evenings begin shortly after breakfast. You’d be forgiven for thinking the whole of 2020 was a Blue Monday and 2021’s not been much fun so far. The third…

  • Join our 5G trailbazers at UK5G event

    Liverpool 5G Create’s 5G trailblazers, Rosemary Kay and Ann Williams are joining a UK5G panel discussion at the 5G in Digital Healthcare online event below (December 9th at 10.30), to talk about the benefits of 5G technology to the health and social care sector. Why not join them to find out more? You can still…

  • Liverpool 5G team win award at national 5G Realised Conference  

    The team behind the Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care project has won a national award at the prestigious 5G Realised event in London. Liverpool 5G partners, Blu Wireless and Broadway Partners, were awarded The most significant vertical sector deployment by a vendor for their involvement in Liverpool 5G Health and Social Care Project.  Supported…