Rural Connectivity

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Resource | 21 Nov 2023

Dorset: From 5G testbed to innovation ecosystem

Dorset's vision is to be the UK’s leading rural location for digital innovation, showing how more remote locations can support innovation, tackle society’s grand challenges and turbocharge the UK economy.

Download to learn more about the advanced connectivity opportunities in Dorset.

Event | 25 Oct 2023

5G Private Networks - A One Day Primer

Introduction

In this 1-day short course we present the key know-how and operational information on Private 5G Networks, considering key topics from radio frequency spectrum to radio units (RU), from user equipment to use cases, and from 5G core to the cloud and the edge.

Project | 26 Sep 2023

Dorset Open Networks Ecosystem (DONE)

The aim of the project is to further define the blueprint for rural connectivity by advancing development of open-source Radio Access Networks (RANs) and examining the use of technology alternatives to standard network equipment.

Event | 13 Sep 2023

5G Techritory Forum

The 5G Techritory platform is an initiative to bring together the key players in 5G development with the goal of developing a robust and aligned 5G Ecosystem in Europe and beyond.

Event | 12 Sep 2023

The Future of Investment in the UK's Digital Infrastructure

This will be an event exclusively for our members and supporters to attend in the Terrace Pavilion at the House of Commons.

The event is kindly hosted by the Rt. Hon. Mark Tami MP.

Panel members confirmed are;

• Rob Kenny-Co- founder of Communication chambers

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

The future of farming, with 5G: Agritech lessons from 5G RuralDorset

Against the backdrop of massive industry change, including ambitions to meet net zero, worldwide food production pressures and increasing UK food security concerns due to Ukraine’s ongoing invasion, our farming communities are in a challenging period.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

Telecoms Trailblazers: A day in the life of Ian Smith

Hello, my name is Ian Smith and I am the Chief Technology Officer at Quickline Communications. I am responsible for our technological-related decisions across our customer-facing network and internal IT systems.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

MEC (Multi-Access Edge Computing) Commonly called “Mobile Edge Computing”

MEC is an idea for network architectures that brings what are normally described as cloud computing services to the “edge” of a mobile network – generally at the base station, or at a point of aggregation of several base stations.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

Innovation Briefing Issue 6 | Looking to 2025

Unlike the move from 3G to 4G, the transition to 5G has been fairly seamless. It is expected that 5G coverage will have reached 60 per cent of the world’s population by 2026, making it the fastest ever mobile network deployment.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

Dumfries and Galloway to host Scotland’s first rural 5G connectivity hub

Farming and rural healthcare are amongst the sectors set to benefit

The Crichton, a business and academic campus in Dumfries, will host Scotland’s first rural 5G connectivity hub.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

Dorset LEP invests £194k in rural skills support

Dorset Local Enterprise is committed to supporting the local rural and natural economy, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, and has invested £194,000 towards improving rural further education.

Local Growth Fund investment has been provided to enable two new infrastructure upgrades at Kingston Maurward College, a l

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

Digital connectivity will empower people to restore our planet

Comment piece by Paul Coffey, CEO, The Scotland 5G Centre

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

Catapult Brings Hybrid Satellite Connectivity to 5G Network Trials in Rural Dorset

Enhanced connectivity for rural areas

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

British Geological Survey & 5G RuralDorset partner to develop new coastal landslide monitoring system

5G RuralDorset today announced a new project expansion to monitor land stability and cliff movement at key points along the Jurassic Coast. The extension to this DCMS-backed project takes its funding to £8 million and sees the British Geological Survey (BGS) join the project to work on this research area.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

5G RuralDorset project to deliver first 5G-ready agri-robot

Small Robot Company, Wessex Internet, Telint and Dorset Council partner to deliver step-change in rural connectivity and agricultural productivity AND £7 million DCMS government grant-funded project will be launch pad for cost-effective farm robotic systems into the future.

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

5G Rural First: phase 1

Announcing the 5G RuralFirst Orkney Test Locations – Part 1 | 5GRuralFirst

Resource | 14 Aug 2023

5G changing the world

There’s a lot more to fifth-generation networks (5G) than the ability to download movies in a blink of an eye or shuttle gigabytes to and from your smartphone faster. The technology will spawn an intelligent ecosystem of connected devices, harvesting massive amounts of data that will change the way we live and work.

Resource | 11 Aug 2023

MANY project provides new opportunity for WISDM software upgrades

WISDM software – owned and developed by Mobile Access North Yorkshire partners Wireless Coverage – has been benefiting the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) project by identifying the best locations for masts to give the

Resource | 11 Aug 2023

Mobile Access North Yorkshire (MANY) Engagement Toolkit

This toolkit shares social science research insights from the MANY (Mobile Access North Yorkshire) project: working to put 5G connectivity infrastructures in place for very rural communities.

Resource | 09 Aug 2023

Mobile UK: Local Authority Guide

Many people are unaware of the benefits of 5G or misunderstand what it is. This is often because the information publicly available about 5G uses technical jargon, which makes it difficult to understand and explain to others.

Resource | 09 Aug 2023

Mobile Telecoms Masts - A Guide

A simple guide to mobile telecoms masts

Covering everything that local authorities, consumers and citizens may want to know about mobile telecoms masts: what they are for, the different types of masts, their component parts and why we need them

Resource | 09 Aug 2023

Mobile UK Report | How will 5G help the environment?

5G will benefit our economy and society. It will be better at doing the things that 4G does already, but significantly it will offer faster and more reliable mobile internet. It will also do things that 4G cannot.

Resource | 13 Jul 2023

A Report from West Mercia 5G

The following information is the High Level Summary Report (October 2022) on the outcomes and findings from the West Mercia Rural 5G Project.

News | 27 Jun 2023

EE bolsters network with temporary masts for summer events

Written by Andrew Wooden for Telecoms.com