World Day, Emporium, and more: What’s new at 5G Techritory 2021

October 21, 2021

This year 5G Techritory has prepared an outstanding program for its attendees. Besides a comprehensive line-up of 200+ speakers, we’ve added four new and exciting components to the 5G Techritory 2021 program.

Have you saved your seat for this year’s 5G Techritory yet? Register here for free!

The 5G Techritory Forum will take place on November 22-25, 2021, embracing the phygital format – a mix of in-person and online attendance. This year 5G Techritory is introducing a number of first-ever events and features to help better celebrate 5G success stories and facilitate smoother networking. Read on to find out what novelties 5G Techritory Forum has in store for 2021!

Emporium – a virtual space for 5G collaborations

5G Techritory 2021 presents a unique virtual B2B matchmaking platform, 5G Techritory Emporium. Taking place from November 1st until December 31st, the Emporium will allow Forum participants to make use of unprecedented 5G technology networking opportunities and find new projects and partners.

Emporium timeline:

  • October 1–31, 2021: registration
  • November 1st– December 31st, 2021: engaging in networking on the 5G Techritory Emporium virtual platform

Participating in the Emporium is simple. After registration, you publish your offer or collaboration call, other participants contact you in case of interest, and if it’s a match, you can begin to plan further cooperation. 

To explore in more detail what 5G Techritory Emporium is, how to apply and use the virtual platform effectively, read this article

Free registration for the Emporium is already open – apply here

Showcasing 5G trailblazers on World Day

While the number of successful 5G rollouts around the globe is growing, there are some countries that are demonstrating exceptional 5G strategy and implementations. As we observe the Global landscape we are excited to see that some countries are taking a holistic approach to 5G. For this reason, we have selected 6 countries that are showing an exceptional focus on the implementation of various 5G technologies. This year 5G Techritory looks to shed light on such excellence through a brand-new dedicated event – World Day.

On World Day, November 23, six countries will demonstrate and share their keys to success in paving the way for 5G. Each of the countries participating in 5G Techritory World Day will present and discuss:

  • National 5G strategies
  • The status, value, and direction of 5G within the country
  • Most significant real-life 5G use cases
  • Collaboration opportunities & more.

Join South Korea, the United Kingdom, Finland, Germany, Norway, and Latvia to celebrate 5G innovations. And check out the 5G Techritory agenda – more info on this event to come soon.

It must be noted that the list of countries is not exhaustive; there was no scoring mechanism used. There are several other countries that are demonstrating equal focus on 5G and we will invite them to the 5G Techritory World Day next year. 

Major European 5G projects under one roof

Another novelty to this year’s 5G Techritory is the most comprehensive list of major European 5G projects and digital technologies joined together by the Forum. 

Who else has better insight on all-things-5G, if not the most significant international 5G initiatives and projects? By joining this year’s Forum, you’ll be able to hear from such projects as

  • FUDGE-5G –  creating a new generation of world-leading 5G core network technology companies for private 5G networks based in Europe
  • 5G-VINNI – accelerating the uptake of 5G in Europe by providing an E2E facility that validates the performance of new 5G technologies by operating trials of advanced vertical sector services
  • 5GMED – designing a common roads/railways 5G infrastructure architecture, with proven sustainable business models, demonstrated investment viability and scalability potential
  • 5G-MOBIX – developing and testing automated vehicle functionalities using 5G core technological innovations along multiple cross-border corridors and urban trial sites
  • 5G-LOGINNOV – optimizing freight and traffic operations at ports and logistics hubs by using new innovative concepts, applications, and devices supported by 5G technologies
  • 5GMETA – open platform aiming to leverage car-captured data to stimulate, facilitate and feed innovative products and services
  • 5G-EVE – European 5G validation platform for extensive trials aimed to implement and test advanced 5G infrastructures in Europe
  • 5GENESIS – validating 5G KPIs for various 5G use cases, in both controlled set-ups and large-scale events via end-to-end 5G facility across Europe
  • 5G-ENCODE – aiming to develop clear business cases and value propositions for 5G applications in the manufacturing industry
  • 5G!Drones – trialing several UAV use-cases covering eMBB, URLLC, and mMTC 5G services, and validating 5G KPIs for supporting such challenging use-cases
  • 5G-INDUCE – targeting the development of an open, ETSI NFV compatible, 5G orchestration platform for the deployment of advanced 5G NetApps
  • and 5G-ROUTES – validating 5G field trials on the “Via Baltic North” 5G cross-border corridor, spanning the borders of three EU countries – Finland, Estonia, and Latvia

They cover a long list of the latest R&D within 5G-enabled digital technologies. Be there to explore it all!

Tech Day to shine a light on 5G use cases

This year’s 5G Techritory focuses on uncovering the real value of 5G and novel use case exploration plays a crucial role in this quest. Tech Day is a new event at 5G Techritory that will focus on the many applications and use cases of 5G. 

The 5G Techritory Tech Day, November 22, will showcase killer apps and case studies of 5G, as well as explore what’s new with drones, AI, XR, Autonomous Vehicles, Mission Critical & 5G, BIM, Digital Twins, Cloud Gaming, and more. 

The participants of 5G Techritory Tech Day – different organizations and companies – will represent such verticals as manufacturing, maritime, construction, enterprise, mobility, logistics, first response, defense, tourism, gaming, and others. Explore how they’re using 5G to provide real value for their users.