5G Saves Lives
BeWhere are working on a 5G Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology trial and collaboration with Bell Canada and Western University to reduce accidents and fatalities at intersections for campus bike-share users. Vehicles communicate with each other and with infrastructure via a 5G network using standard and low power connectivity devices. This Foundry project aims to focus on the critical user experience during an incident and demonstrate the value of the technology in the pre-trial phase.
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Wednesday 11 October, 2023 | 5G | 5G Saves Lives | Connecting the Unconnected with Aerostats | News | Nokia Network as Code | Non-Terrestrial Networks | UAV Commercial Network Field Test
MWC Las Vegas always provides key insights into the industry’s regional priorities and commercial opportunities. The GSMA Foundry exhibition at this year’s show was a microcosm of these trends, featuring demonstrations on C-V2X, simplified 5G application development, ...
Monday 6 Nov 2023 | 5G Saves Lives | Interview | Project Spotlights |
Margaux Berry, VP of Growth and Strategy, from BeWhere discusses the power of partnership and 5G in their CV2X GSMA Foundry project - 5G Saves Lives
Monday 6 Nov 2023 | 5G Saves Lives | Interview | Video |
Meet GSMA Foundry partner BeWhere! At MWC Las Vegas 2023, Margaux Berry, VP of Growth and Strategy, demonstrates cool #IoT technology, as well as introducing CV2X and data solutions.