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2019-09-01 10:29:00
L30m rural 5G competition and consultation on rural mobile planning rules announced

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29 August


 
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TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   £30m rural 5G competition and consultation on rural mobile planning rules announced
 
Earlier this week, digital secretary Nicky Morgan launched the £30 million Rural Connected Communities (RCC) competition. It will select up to 10 rural locations to run trials of 5G applications for two years – with the goal of stimulating commercial investment in 5G and helping rural Britain to see benefits from the technology. ...
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   5G, drones and machine learning aid research in the Baltic Sea
 
The combination of drone gathered video footage, computer vision and 5G connections has been used in a trial by researchers from the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) to monitor real-time environmental conditions in the Baltic Sea....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   Axon adds Facebook’s head of VR hardware to its board of directors
 
Caitlin Kalinowski, the head of VR hardware for Facebook’s augmented reality (AR)/virtual reality (VR) division, has joined Axon’s board of directors....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   AGS Pest Control deploys BigChange’s mobile working system
 
AGS, provider of facilities management services to Transport for London (TfL), has finished implementing a mobile working system from BigChange....
 
 
 
 
 
TCT invests more than £2m in new kit   LiFi trial frees Graemsay residents from slow internet service
 
Residents on the island of Graemsay, an island off the Orkney mainland, Scotland, are now using a LiFi network to access the internet instead of their slow and congestion prone fixed line copper network, thanks to the 5G RuralFirst rural connectivity testbed....
 
 

 
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