Encouraging worldwide collaboration at DSA Summit

Our annual Global Summit is fast approaching, and we are looking forward to welcoming industry representatives from around the world to participate in discussions surrounding spectrum sharing.

As of last week, the authorities and regulators that will attend the Global Summit in Washington D.C. will join us from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Ecuador Germany, Ghana, Mexico, Mozambique, Nigeria, Peru, South Korea, Uganda, the United Kingdom and the US!

Also joining us will be Mario Maniewicz from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and Allan Ruiz from COMTELCA.

It is a core value of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance that worldwide collaboration and discussion is vital for the progression of the industry, especially when the goal is to bring broadband connectivity to those in the world’s most hard to reach locations.

By regularly coming together to explore use cases, successes and approaches, our objectives become much more attainable.

Global Summit Awards

As we have done in previous years, we will be presenting awards to individuals, spectrum regulators, companies, projects or universities who have demonstrated a commitment to spectrum sharing, connecting the unconnected and academic research in this area. The award categories are as follows:

  • Award for Innovation in Dynamic Spectrum Access Policies
  • Award for Increasing Digital Inclusion
  • Award for Internet of Things Innovation
  • Award for University Research on New Opportunities for Dynamic Spectrum Access
  • Award for University Initiative on New Opportunities for Dynamic Spectrum Access

There have been a lot of nominations this year and there are a number of strong candidates. We look forward to presenting the winners at the Global Summit at the end of this month and celebrating the ongoing hard work that is being undertaken with the ultimate goal of worldwide connectivity for everyone through the promotion of dynamic spectrum access.

We are ready to host a very exciting Global Summit in Washington D.C. With only a week to go, we invite you to not miss this exciting event that will look to the future of dynamic spectrum sharing.