Partner Event: Smart and Secure Cities and Communities Challenge Expo
The Smart and Secure Cities and Communities Challenge Expo brings together municipal and corporate partners from around the world the Department of Commerce/NIST lead event hosts a series of presentations and discussions in support of the development of smart cities.
PARTNER EVENT: Smart Buildings: What is Possible?
Stantec is hosting focus group sessions with the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) to explore the Smart Building ecosystem and how we can collaborate to economically and efficiently develop these facilities from the ground up.
The FCC Gets It – Investing in Infrastructure is Investing in Our Future
The FCC continues to lead on 5G, the next generation of wireless service, taking commonsense steps to provide consumers and businesses access to high quality, high speed broadband across the country, from major cities to suburban and rural communities.
TIA Policy Forum to Explore Public Safety Benefits of 5G and Next-Generation Technologies
The Honorable Susan W. Brooks to deliver keynote address; executives from the NG9-1-1 Institute, Verizon, Nokia, and the District of Columbia Office of Unified Communications to discuss public safety benefits…
TIA Policy Forum: Harnessing the Benefits of 5G, IoT and Next-Generation Networks for Public Safety
Emerging wireless and IoT technologies are providing more innovative solutions for public safety every day. To ensure reliable and consistent connectivity for these new solutions, robust public safety communications networks…
TIA Sets the Foundation for Smart Buildings at MWC Barcelona
This year MWC Barcelona was full of the usual bustle, but TIA stood out among the conversations about next-gen networks by leading the discussion around one of 5G’s most essential components – Smart Buildings.
TIA’s Network of the Future Underscores Cross-Industry Cooperation as Key Factor to Accelerating Connectivity
Recap of this year’s keynotes, panel discussions and presentations.
TR-50 M2M – Smart Device Communications
The TR-50 Engineering Committee is responsible for the development and maintenance of access agnostic interface standards for the monitoring and bi-directional communication of events and information between machine-to-machine (M2M) systems and smart devices, applications or networks.