5G, Live Webinar -

Using Standardisation Frameworks to Drive Value Creation

Recorded: Thursday 11th July

Watch the recording of our  Complimentary Training Session Using Standardisation Frameworks to Drive Value Creation presented in partnership with UKTIN.

In this short webinar we will explore how standardisation can be strategically leveraged to underpin business success – focusing on how companies (and individuals) both contribute, and benefit, from the standardisation processes and their own position within a wider ecosystem.

We explore the commercial benefits of standardisation, how value can be built using the standardisation frameworks, and showcase a real-world case study that demonstrates the power of standardisation.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • The Evolution of Standards in Innovative Industries
  • Commercial Benefits of Standards
  • Standards and Business Strategy
  • Making Money from Standards, Patents and IPR - Examples
  • Choosing Standard vs Proprietary Solutions?
  • Impact of Standards on Individual Businesses
  • Technology Adoption Rates
  • Participation in the Standardisation Process
  • Case Study illustrating the Value of Standardisation

    Tony Wakefield

    Speaker: Tony Wakefield

    Tony is an experienced technical trainer and competency development specialist having worked with a diverse and extensive base of companies. He has spoken at global conferences and has extensive experience in facilitating programmes, specialising in 5G and the wider aspects of telecoms and connected innovation.


    About UKTIN

    UKTIN, the United Kingdom's premier innovation network for the telecoms sector, unites industry, academia, and government to advance telecoms research and development. Delivered by a consortium including Digital Catapult, Cambridge Wireless, University of Bristol, and WM5G, UKTIN is at the forefront of fostering collaboration and innovation. www.uktin.net/.

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