Dynamic Spectrum Alliance 2017 Global Summit
Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit
May 9-11, 2017
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance returns to Africa for its Fifth Annual Global Summit. The Global Summit brings together policy makers, regulators, academia, and public and private sector representatives with first-hand experience developing and implementing a range of spectrum sharing regimes, from exclusive use licensing to unlicensed spectrum allocations to various kinds of spectrum sharing regimes across a variety of complementary spectrum bands, including those that will enable 5G to come to life. In a world with tens of billions of wirelessly connected devices, spectrum sharing is a must for any policy maker looking for innovative ways to close the digital divide and enable the Internet of Things.
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance‘s annual Summit is the premier event for policy makers and regulators to share best practices, learn about the latest spectrum sharing policies, and participate in discussions on how to maximize social and economic impact in urban cities and remote regions across the Globe.
Day 1 | May 9
Regulator Workshop on Spectrum Sharing – By Special Invite Only
Evening Welcome Reception
Day 2 & 3 | May 10 & 11
Keynote Addresses, Plenary and Panel Sessions, Seminars, Thought Leadership Presentations to cover topics such as:
- Dynamic Spectrum Access Technology Use Cases
- Establishing and Scaling Commercial Projects
- Economic Considerations for Closing the Digital Divide
- Policy Best Practices
Full Session Agenda and Speaker List coming soon!
The group room block is at the Lagoon Beach Hotel. The group reservation webpage is coming soon. The DSA group rate will be ZAR 1,600.00 (approx. USD 112.00) per night, inclusive of VAT, breakfast and guestroom internet. Reservations must be made by Monday, April 17, 2017. After the cut-off date, or after the block is full (whichever comes first), guestrooms will be available at the group rate based on availability only.
Before your visit to South Africa, please visit the Department of Home Affairs website to verify visa requirements based on your contry of citizenship.