30th European Regional ITS Conference, Helsinki 2019

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30th European Regional ITS Conference (Helsinki 2019)
Helsinki, Finland, 16th - 19th June 2019

"Towards a Connected and Automated Society"

Digitalization is rapidly changing our society. The proliferation of easy-to-use devices and cloud-based applications is dramatically moulding our daily life, often in unpredictable and surprising ways. The underlying foundation of this evolution is the global service and connectivity infrastructure.
Many important techno-political and socio-economic questions regarding the evolution of this infrastructure centre on fibre and wireless. 5G, as the next generation mobile access technology, may play a key role in unifying the architecture and ecosystems, casting aside in the process a series of dichotomies such as fixed vs. mobile, indoors vs. outdoors, humans vs. machines, broadcasting vs. Internet, boundaries of the cloud vs. network. Notably, 5G is not only the next mobile technology generation but it is also a significant game changer in the wider communication ecosystem. 5G small cells on higher frequency bands, in particular, are creating pressure for structural changes affecting both co-operation and competition across the industry.

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 64
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2019 Hands off the Wheel: The Role of Law in the Coming Extinction of Human-Driven VehiclesHresko Pearl, Tracy
2019 Ex post regulation of NGA networks: A roadmap for calculating the cost of an efficient operator – The case of GreeceLogothetis, Vangelis; Ioannou, Nikos; Tselekounis, Markos; Katsianis, Dimitris; Chipouras, Aris; Varoutas, Dimitris
2019 Symmetric telecom regulation, competition and investmentHenten, Anders; Falch, Morten
2019 Complements and Substitutes between Chatbots and Humans: Corporate PerspectivesSudtasan, Tatcha; Pitivaranun, Pantaree
2019 Driver and Barriers of ICT Adoption in Revenue Collection in Ghana: A Case of Accra Metropolitan AssemblyTahiru, Fati; Agbesi, Samuel
2019 Determinants of Mobile Broadband Use in Developing Economies: Evidence from Sub-Saharan AfricaHasbi, Maude; Dubus, Antoine
2019 A Retrospective Study on the Regional Benefits and Spillover Effects of High-Speed Broadband Networks: Evidence from German CountiesBriglauer, Wolfgang; Dürr, Niklas; Gugler, Klaus
2019 Text mining the entrepreneurship policy agenda in the EU: From naïveté into realityArenal, Alberto; Feijoo, Claudio; Moreno, Ana; Ramos, Sergio; Armuña, Cristina
2019 Regional differences in residential demand for very high bandwidth broadband internet in 2025Strube Martins, Sonia; Wernick, Christian
2019 The Digital Cable TV Pricing Mechanism and the Consumer Preferences: the Survey in TaiwanTseng, Kuo-Feng
2019 Stakeholder analysis for digital campus development with 5G micro operatorsJurva, Risto; Matinmikko-Blue, Marja
2019 Will the data markets necessarily fail? A position paperNikander, Pekka; Elo, Tommi
2019 Estimating the impact of co-investment on fiber to the home coverage, adoption and competitionAimene, Louise; Lebourges, Marc; Liang, Julienne
2019 Analyzing continuance intention of recommendation algorithmsKim, Jiwhan; Nam, Changi
2019 Digital Advertising and Purchasing: Fun or a New Type of Deception?Julli, Kenneth
2019 Special issues have got something? An overview of research trends in Telecommunications Policy special issuesLee, So-Eun; Kim, Seongcheol; Lim, Chulmin
2019 Multisided Markets & Platform DominanceAlleman, James; Baranes, Edmond; Rappoport, Paul
2019 The impact of AI on employment: a historical account of its evolutionGarcia-Murillo, Martha; MacInnes, Ian
2019 Does the multilevel governance of state aid encourage broadband diffusion? Evidence from three European countriesGerli, Paolo; Marco, Julio Navio; Whalley, Jason
2019 The International Radio Spectrum Management: A Regime Theory AnalysisEl-Moghazi, Mohamed; Whalley, Jason
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