CW International Conference: Wireless in Digital and Circular Economies

CWIC 2021

Computer Networks & Wireless Communication Sustainable Development

The annual CW International Conference (CWIC) is a must-attend conference for business leaders in the wireless industry. Each year it attracts hundreds of Founders, Directors and C-Suite Executives to network and influence the topical issues of the industry.

Wireless connectivity has become a foundation for the world economy. While the industry evolves its deployment strategies to maximise adoption across consumer and industrial sectors, government policies are working to secure its contribution to socioeconomics and environmental sustainability.

CWIC 2021: Wireless in Digital & Circular Economies will consider the value of the wireless network, exploring innovations and ideas that maximise wireless’ potential to improve the future, including:

  • The delivery of progressive services across a variety of sectors

  • Contribution to socioeconomic growth

  • The reduction of wireless’ environmental impact

  • The relationship between connectivity and the circular economy

Are existing technologies, regulations and deployment models for connectivity delivering the level of service, value and sustainability required, or is a change in approach needed? 

We're looking for engaging speakers to present on innovative technologies and use cases related to "Wireless in Digital and Circular Economies".

If you are able to speak to any of the below topics, apply to present at CWIC 2021 on Tuesday 9 November 2021. This year the conference is back in-person, at the spacious and impressive IWM Duxford.

Applying to speak is quick and easy - just fill out the online form. The deadline for applications is Monday 16 August.

  • Keynote: The real value of mobile networks

  • Media & Entertainment: Will media and entertainment be the anchor case that sustains the mobile industry? 

  • Manufacturing & Logistics: What are the business drivers for wireless in manufacturing, logistics and digital supply chains? 

  • Health & Social Care: What is the role of wireless in providing sustainable health and social care and tackling the “Digital Divide”? 

  • Satellites & Hybrid Networks: Extending the reach of mobile in a sustainable way – are satellite and hybrid networks the answer to connecting the unconnected? 

  • Infrastructure as a Service: Is there a sustainability silver lining?

  • Panel: The role of mobile networks in environmental sustainability

  • Debate: Commercial success is more important for wireless networks than public benefit