June 2016: 5G World, London
Panel speaker on “The standards roadmap to 5G”.
April 2016: Global Standards Coordination, New Delhi
Presenter on “The ATIS Cybersecurity Initiative” and panel speaker on “Privacy and Security”.
February 2015: WebRTC Barcelona in conjunction with the Mobile World Congress
Panel speaker on “WebRTC for Telcos: Use Cases and Associated Requirements”
June 2014: LTE Standards for Public Safety – an independent analysis
Slides as presented at the LTE World Summit 2014 in Amsterdam. A year of progress in standards development for Public Safety and Critical Communications has given a much clearer view on the release content and timelines. These slides look at Release 12 and beyond to assess how the adaptation of LTE for public safety is progressing.
August 2013: Delivering Public Safety Communications with LTE (Updated)
Revised white paper produced for 3GPP on Release 12 work to support LTE for public safety and critical communication applications. This paper reflects the current state of standardization in 3GPP.
June 2013: 3GPP’s progress in delivering interoperable LTE Public Safety Standards
Slides as presented at the LTE World Summit 2013 in Amsterdam. This presentation was done on behalf of 3GPP and describes the progress towards interoperable broadband public safety standards based on LTE.
June 2013: LTE for Critical Communications in Rail
Slides as presented at BWCS Train Communications Systems 2013 in London. This presentation introduces the standards activity in support of LTE for public safety applications and discusses the consequences for the rail industry and the evolution of GSM-R.
January 2013: Delivering Public Safety Communications with LTE
White paper produced for 3GPP on the standards work to enhance LTE for public safety and critical communications applications.
June 2012: LTE – service opportunities, threats and challenges for the rail industry
Slides with notes as presented at BWCS Train Communications Systems 2012 in London. Very quick introduction to some of the ways LTE could be applied to rail communications.