Scientific Advisor


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora
Offenburg University / Hahn-Schickard


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Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications

22. - 23. Oktober 2019, Munich, Germany


Wireless Congress 2018 l Next Generation Wireless Networks

The 15th Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications attracted wireless experts to Munich with trend topics such as 5G and LPWAN, industrial wireless networks and IoT as well as lectures on the European Radio Equipment Directive (RED). Around 340 participants came to the International Congress Center Munich (ICM), right next to the electronica Exhibition Center, to gather information, discuss with the experts on the podium and make contacts with other speakers and participants.

With 56 lectures, six keynote speeches, two panel discussions and eight tutorials, the Wireless Congress on its 15th anniversary offered the usual broad spectrum of wireless technologies - from A for antennas, to energy harvesting, IoT networks, mobile communications and WiFi to Z for Zigbee. On two days, each with four parallel sessions, wireless experts from industry and research informed about the latest developments and future trends.

Keynotes: 5G in focus

This year's keynote speeches by Wayne Lam, IHS Markit, Afif Osseiran from Ericsson, Vice Chairman of the 5G ACIA (5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation), Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fettweis, TU Dresden, Nadine Collaert, IMEC, and Dr. Joseph Eichinger, Huawei, were all dedicated to 5G. They informed about the state of development and standardization of 5G - and gave an outlook on the upcoming challenges. Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fettweis is convinced that 5G is an important and decisive step forward and will be the basis for future radio networks.