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ITP Partner Lecture: Drones - expanding operations through cellular connectivity

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Event Description

By 2030, nearly a million drones could be operating in the UK’s skies, contributing £45bn to the UK economy. Having an ‘eye in the sky’ is attractive across diverse industry sectors including construction, farming and emergency services. Existing cellular networks are well placed to support such missions by providing reliable long-range communication between drone and pilot.

Tim Rawling, Principal Architect for 5G Network Applications – BT

If you would like a sneak preview of Tim Rawling’s upcoming article on this fascinating topic to be published in Vol 18 (1) of the ITP Journal, why not come along to the IET to listen to the author talk in more detail about his work. Roger Ward, ITP Journal Sourcing Manager will host this event which will be held in the Turing Lecture Theatre at the IET’s London Savoy Place HQ.

The lecture itself is free but it will be preceded by an optional lunch at a cost of £23.60 (including wine).

If you wish to attend this lecture please book a place directly on the IET website.