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    Vehicles are increasingly home to advanced connectivity technologies, compute power and sensors enabling the next wave of vehicular innovations. How will these vehicles connect to networks and the world around them to provide new services and increase safety? Durga Malladi, SVP of Engineering at Qualcomm, speaks about cellular V2X and connectivity solutions in the future.

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  • What is the status of autonomous vehicles? What are the barriers to full AV deployment and how will the transition to 5G impact development? Experts from the automotive and technology sectors discuss the future of AV, and the next steps in development of this multi-industry disruptor.

  • IoT holds the promise to transform nearly every aspect of modern business, and bring efficiencies to our everyday lives. This TIA lunch and learn featuring policy leaders from AT&T, Nokia, Qualcomm, NTIA and more explore policies that reduce challenges to wireless broadband infrastructure deployment - and how public-private sector partnerships and other regulatory and legislative initiatives can help spur investment in IoT technologies and applications to enable smarter, safer and more efficient connected communities.

  • Vehicles are increasingly home to advanced connectivity technologies, compute power and sensors enabling the next wave of vehicular innovations. How will these vehicles connect to networks and the world around them to provide new services and increase safety? Durga Malladi, SVP of Engineering at Qualcomm, speaks about cellular V2X and connectivity solutions in the future.

  • Delivering connectivity for 50 billion devices by 2020 and 100 billion devices by 2025 requires intelligence at the edge, ubiquity, low latency and zero fault for automotive and healthcare connectivity networks, among other requirements. This panel discussion explores the requirements from the technological, policy and business perspectives for IoT, and how future wireless networks will deploy and develop over the next decade.

  • Yes, a global organization does exist that has developed an interoperable standard for Machine-to-Machine Communications and the Internet of Things. oneM2M was founded by leading ICT standards bodies and companies from a variety of industry sectors.

  • Qualcomm’s Program Manager for the telehealth space, Vickie Smith talked to TIA NOW about their expanding footprint in the telehealth sector. This segment was filmed at TIA’s telehealth event focusing on the policy implications in the health vertical.

  • M2M and IoT solutions are getting to market faster and with less cost, but who’s involved in the value chain to get a product from proof of concept, to trial and then to market? From Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, we spoke with Telit, Qualcomm, SAP and Tech Mahindra.