Cybersalon and Open Spectrum UK host the second event in their Wireless Utopias series – a unique debate on the future of wireless communications and the strategic prospects for utilising the radio spectrum. The context for the evening is the UK communications regulator Ofcom’s Spectrum Framework Review. We explore "wireless utopias" from the Open Market to Open Spectrum. This event is a part of the Wireless London series
Experts Roundtable – a panel of distinguished international and UK experts explore the big issues of technology, regulation and society. This is a unique opportunity to learn about the experience, vision and strategy of our wireless technologists, pioneers, and policy-makers.
John Wilson (Open Spectrum UK)
Michael Marcus (former FCC; USA)
Dewayne Hendricks (Dandin Group; California, USA)
Onno Perbo (Indonesia)
Peter Bury (Ofcom)
William Webb (Ofcom)
Gordon Adgey (Broadband4Devon)
Peter Cochrane (Concept Labs)
Q&A – exploring the strategic agenda for wireless communications, locating spectrum reform in the UK within the wider international context.
We want you to contribute ideas, raise questions and respond to the issues via an online WIKI and to bring your wireless handheld and laptop devices to the event to contribute to the ongoing discussion throughout the evening.
Thursday, 26th May, 7-9pm
Science Museum’s Dana Centre, 165 Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, London SW7 5HE
Cost: This event is free but places must be booked in advance by emailing
Nearest tubes: South Kensington/Gloucester Road
For more information visit the Cybersalon website – www.cybersalon.org – or email: email@example.com