IoT WebTalk: Reaching New Heights – The Future Role of Mobile Networks in Aviation and Drones

IoT WebTalk: Reaching New Heights – The Future Role of Mobile Networks in Aviation and Drones

Start: Tuesday 15 December 2020 15:00

End: Tuesday 15 December 2020 16:00

Venue: Online

In the latest GSMA IoT WebTalk, senior industry speakers will outline their vision for the future of aviation and drones. We will first look at emerging drone use cases and what the benefits are. Then we will explore how mobile connectivity helps support these.

Join this webinar to:

•    Discover emerging new use cases for mobile-enabled drones
•    Learn about the significant role of the mobile industry
•    Find out how MNOs will work with key aviation and drone partners

The IoT WebTalk will include a panel session, where you will have the opportunity to submit your questions to the experts.

Speakers

Greg Belaus

Network Infrastructure, Uber Elevate

Greg Belaus

Greg joined the Elevate team to build the communications foundation for Uber’s air mobility services, including the transportation of goods via Unmanned Aerial Systems and the transportation of people via Urban Air Mobility aerial ridesharing. He regularly contributes to related industry organizations, including the Commercial Drone Alliance and CTIA’s UAS/UAV working group, and was a member of the FAA’s UAS Identification and Tracking ARC.

Prior, Greg joined AT&T’s in 2010 and most recently was responsible for commercial UAS in IoT Smart Cities. After graduating MIT with a B.S E.E., Greg’s career began at Adobe where he worked on PostScript products. He then was Senior Director of Business Development at Immersion Corporation, a leader in haptics technology. Greg currently lives in Silicon Valley.

Hendrik Bödecker

Founder and CFO, DRONEII

Hendrik Bödecker

Hendrik is an expert in aviation law and UAV with over 10 years of experience in the field. At Lufthansa Technik he was the single point of contact to Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) of Germany, Middle East and Asia. He used this experience to form the backbone of regulatory expertise at Drone Industry Insights. Not only has he built up a portfolio in assisting clients in regulatory matters, but he also authors DRONEII’s yearly drone investment report.

Andreas Perotti

Chief Marketing Officer, Europe , EHang

Andreas Perotti

Andreas Perotti is Chief Marketing Officer, Europe for EHang. The Nasdaq listed company is the world’s leading autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) technology platform company. EHang provides customers in various industries with AAV products and commercial solutions: air mobility, including passenger transportation and logistics, smart city management, and aerial media solutions. Andreas has over a decade of extensive international marketing and communications experience with senior marketing roles in the aerospace industry, government and telecom sectors, including the European Parliament, Telekom Austria Group or FACC. For more information, please visit www.ehang.com.

Daan van Dijk

Innovation Consultant, KPN

Daan van Dijk

Daan van Dijk (28 years – Rotterdam, The Netherlands) started his career with KPN in 2017 after finishing his master in Innovation Management at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He works within KPN’s innovation department and pays specific attention to drones and aviation.

Barbara Pareglio

Senior Director, IoT Technology, GSMA

Barbara Pareglio

Barbara has over 20 years of experience in the mobile industry. She has been part of the GSMA Internet of Things Programme since 2014, working on several aspects of the IoT such as the development of the Mobile IoT Technologies (LTE-M, NB-IoT), GSMA IoT Security Guidelines, GSMA Drone Interest Group and looking at a variety of emerging technologies, like machine learning/AI and edge computing, for helping the mobile industry to create trusted solutions for the IoT. Before joining the GSMA Barbara worked in R&D in several areas of telecommunications, including Intelligent Networks, IMS, Service Enabling and M2M/IoT. She also participate in and actively contributed to several standards.

The GSMA Internet of Things Programme help operators to fully realise the opportunity in the IoT, operators must deliver secure IoT networks as well as scalable value added data services for the world’s industry and machines beyond connectivity. This is to be achieved by industry collaboration, appropriate regulation, optimising networks as well as developing key enablers to support the growth of IoT.

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