EuroSciCon Conference on

Wireless & Telecommunication

Theme:

Journey of Wireless & TeleCommunication Technology Towards the Smart World

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Lisbon, Portugal

16 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Wireless Communication 2018

ABOUT CONFERENCE

ThemeJourney of Wireless & TeleCommunication Technology Towards the Smart World 2018

International Conference on Wireless Communication 2018 is hosted by EuroSciCon and this conference is to learn and share knowledge on Wireless, Telecommunication & IoT. This is of great concern as the survival of future generation is at stake. We invite Scientists,Business Professionals, Professor, Directors, Delegates, Industrialists, Researchers and Students in the field of Wireless & Telecommunication to exchange information on their latest research progress and with a theme “Journey of Wireless & Telecommunication Technology Towards the Smart World” to cover almost all aspects and fields of Wireless, Telecommunication and Internet of Things (IoT) to give the world a better solution to the problem. The conference will be a platform to globalize one research, to share scientific experiences, to gain knowledge on new technologies and regulations.  The conference is scheduled on September 17-18, 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal.  We invite sponsors and exhibitor to showcase your products to our participants and make it reach the public through them. We request you to make use of this opportunity to make the world a better place to live in. 

WHAT IS NEW?

Wireless-2018 includes international attendee workshops, lectures and symposia, including a designated registration area, a refreshment break and gala lunch. The Wireless events cover a wide range of topics related to innovative Wireless and Telecommunication applications while focusing on IoT and Cloud Information. Wireless Communication and IOT (Internet Of Things) can join the EuroSciCon as an international member to receive discounts on registration. So come and join leading experts and allied professionals from September 17-18, 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal to keep up with the rapidly accelerating pace of change that is already having an impact on the field of Wireless Communication.

WHY TO ATTEND?

Wireless-2018 provides a striking opportunity of being connected and gaining contacts with delegates who are active in the concerned field. Networking enables sharpening skills, spark inspiration and uncover new ideas during break-out sessions providing tea and lunch for the delegates. The important subjects are addressed by the expertise key note speakers with global recognition thus conferring knowledge on the new technologies and latest drift in the domain. The international Wireless conference accents the prominent key note speakers, plenary speeches, young research forum, poster presentations, technical workshops and career guidance sessions.

ABOUT LISBON

The most crowded district Lisbon is the capital of the Portugal. Lisbon has a population of 552,700 individuals. The city is situated in the region of North Holland in the west of the nation yet isn't its capital, which is Haarlem. The city square territory includes a piece of the Randstad, one of the bigger conurbations in Europe, with a populace of around 7 million. Beginning as a little angling town in the late twelfth century, Lisbon wound up a standout amongst the most vital ports on the planet amid the Dutch Golden Age, a consequence of its inventive improvements in exchange.

As the business capital of the Lisbon and one of the best money related focuses in Europe, Lisbon is viewed as an alpha world city by the Globalization and World Cities (GaWC) consider gathering. The city is additionally the social capital of the Portugal. Numerous expansive Dutch establishments have their central station there, and seven of the world's 500 biggest organizations, including Philips and ING, are situated in the city. Lisbon was positioned second best city to live in by the Economist Intelligence Unit and the twelfth on nature of living for condition and foundation by Mercer. The city was positioned third in development by Australian advancement organization 2thinknow in their Innovation Cities Index 2009.The Lisbon seaport right up 'til today remains the second in the nation, and the fifth biggest seaport in Europe. Celebrated people groups of the Lisbon are the diarist Anne Frank, craftsmen Rembrandt van Rijn and Vincent van Gogh, and savant Baruch Spinoza.

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Telecommunication

Telecommunications also known as telecom refers to the exchange of information by electronic and electrical means over a significant distance. A complete telecommunication arrangement is made up of two or more stations equipped with transmitter and receiver devices. A single co-arrangement of transmitters and receivers, called a transceiver, may also be used in many telecommunication stations. Telecommunications devices include telephones, telegraph, radio, microwave communication arrangements, fibre optics, satellites and the Internet.

  • Telecommunication equipments
  • Telecommunication and integrated applications
  • Latest trends in telecommunication industry
  • Types of telecommunication networks

Track 2: Wireless communication and technologies

Wireless communication involves the transmission of information over a distance without the help of wires, cables or any other forms of electrical conductors. Wireless communication is a broad term that incorporates all procedures and forms of connecting and communicating between two or more devices using a wireless signal through wireless communication technologies and devices.

  •   Wireless LANs
  •   Satellite Networks
  •   Bluetooth and Zigbee
  •   Ultrawideband radio

Track 3: Fifth Generation (5G) of wireless networks

5G (5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems) denotes the next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards. 5G has speeds beyond what the current 4G can offer. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

  •     Fifth Generation (5G) and beyond
  •     New Technologies & Revolution
  •    Base Station Subsystem
  •    Cellular repeater
  •    Advantages and disadvantages of 5g
  •    FemtocellSSs

Track 4: Internet Of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. IoT has evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), microservices and the internet. The convergence has helped tear down the silo walls between operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT), allowing unstructured machine-generated data to be analyzed for insights that will drive improvements.

  •   Greening IoT
  •    Internet Of Robotic Things (IoRT)

Track 05: Satellite Communication

Communication satellite is artificial satellites that transmits and receive and amplifies radio tele communication signals. This process is performing at different location on earth. These communication satellites are used for television, telephone, radio, internet, and military applications. A group of satellites working in concert is known as a satellite constellation.

  •  Remote Sensing Satellites and GIS
  •  Earth Observation Satellites
  •  Space explorations
  •  Satellite Radiance
  •  Rocket Propulsion
  •  Satellite models and applications

Track 06: Aerospace

Aerospace is the human effort in science and engineering to fly in the atmosphere of Earth and surrounding space. Aerospace organizations research, design, manufacture, operate, or maintain aircraft and or spacecraft. Aerospace activity is very diverse, with a multitude of commercial, industrial and military applications. Aerospace is not the same as airspace, which is the physical air space directly above a location on the ground.

  • Avionics
  • Aerodynamics
  • Applications of Aerospace Technology
  • Astronautics
  • Aeronautics

Track 07: Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems

A mixed-signal integrated circuit is any integrated circuit that has both analog circuits and digital circuits on a single semiconductor die. In real-life applications mixed-signal designs are everywhere, for example, a smart mobile phone. However, it is more accurate to call them mixed-signal systems. Mixed-signal ICs also process both analog and digital signals together. For example, an analog-to-digital converter is a mixed-signal circuit. Mixed-signal circuits or systems are typically cost-effective solutions for building any modern consumer electronics applications.

  • Amplifiers
  • Analog Filtering
  • RF Circuits
  • Data Converters
  • Interface Circuits
  • Regulators & References
  • Analog Signal Processing
  • Testing and Verification
  •  Design Tools
  •  Millimeter-wave Circuits
  •  Oscillators and Phase-locked loops
  •  Other Areas in Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits and Systems

Track 08: Digital Integrated Circuits and Systems

This includes analog and digital integrated circuits, memory technologies and circuits, wireless and wireline communications circuits, and emerging circuits and systems. ... The scope is broad as it covers a range of topics from core technology and circuit techniques to system integration approaches.

  • Datapath & Arithmetic Circuits and Systems
  • Low-Power Logic and Architectures
  • Conventional and Emerging Memory Circuits, Architectures, & Interconnect Technologies
  • Ultra-High Frequency Systems and Applications
  • System on Chip, Network on Chip, and Multi-Core Systems
  •  Programmable, Reconfigurable & Array Architectures
  •  3D Integrated Circuits and Systems
  •  Timing Analysis, Clock Distribution, and Thermal Management of High Density ICs
  •  Integrated Circuit and System Design & Testing for Reliability and Manufacturability
  •  Signal Integrity and Noise of IC Systems
  •  Physical design
  • Formal verification and validation
  • Electronic Design Automation methods and tools
  •  Hardware Security
  • Other Areas in Digital Integrated Circuits and Systems

Track 09: Communications Circuits and Systems

The Communications, Circuits, and Sensing-Systems (CCSS) Program is intended to spur visionary systems-oriented activities in collaborative, multidisciplinary, and integrative engineering research. CCSS supports systems research in hardware, signal processing techniques, and architectures to enable the next generation of cyber-physical systems (CPS) that leverage computation, communication, and algorithms integrated with physical domains. CCSS supports innovative research and integrated educational activities in micro- and nano- electromechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS), communications and sensing systems, and cyber-physical systems. The goal is to design, develop, and implement new complex and hybrid systems at all scales, including nano and macro, that lead to innovative engineering principles and solutions for a variety of application domains including, but not limited to, healthcare, medicine, environmental and biological monitoring, communications, disaster mitigation, homeland security, intelligent transportation, manufacturing, energy, and smart buildings. CCSS also supports integration technologies at both intra- and inter- chip levels, new and advanced radio frequency (RF), millimeter wave and optical wireless and hybrid communications systems architectures, and sensing and imaging at terahertz (THz) frequencies.

  • Wireline Communications
  • Wireless Communications
  • Optical Communications
  • Broadband Communication Systems
  • MIMO & Massive MIMO
  • Modeling and Analysis of Communications Systems
  • Software Defined and Cognitive Radio Systems
  • Error Correcting Codes
  • Cryptography and CyberSecurity
  • Sensor Networks
  • Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics to Communications
  • Other Areas in Communications Circuits and Systems

Track 10: Power and Energy Circuits and Systems

Electrical power systems are facing new technical challenges due to growth in renewable generation and use of power electronic devices throughout the system, which changes the characteristics of sources and loads. Many new issues will arise with wide-spread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles. Integration of the alternative and renewable energy sources also represents new circuit-theoretic challenges in terms of the power-electronic interfaces, their topologies and control methodologies.

  • Integrated Power Circuits and Charge Pumps
  • DC-AC and AC-DC Converter Circuits
  • Modeling, Dynamics and Control of Power Converters
  • High Efficiency Converters and Drive Circuits for Specialized Applications
  • Circuits & Systems for Energy Harvesting
  • Circuits & Systems for Renewable Power Sources
  • Computer-Aided Tools and Analysis of Power & Energy Systems
  •  Modeling, Dynamics and Control of Energy Grids and Systems
  •  Network Theory for Modern Smart Grids
  • Power Management for Embedded Systems
  • Other Areas in Power and Energy Circuits and Systems

Track 11: Biomedical Circuits and Systems

Innovative circuits and systems techniques are required to build advanced smart medical devices

 (SMD). The high reliability and very low power consumption are among the main criteria that must

 be given priority to implement such implantable and wirelessly controlled microsystems. In

addition, in order to improve controllability and observability, bidirectional full-duplex

communication canal between external controllers and implants is required. Regarding the spinal

cord injured patients at the T12 level or higher can lose the control of their urinary bladder.

  •  Biosignal Amplifiers
  •  Wireless and Implantable/Injectable Technology, Circuits & Systems
  • Circuits and Systems for Human Machine Interfaces / Brain Machine Interfaces
  • Integrated Biomedical Systems, BioMEMS, and Bio-Sensors/Actuators
  •  Lab-on-CMOS and Lab-on-Chip
  • Wearable Sensors, Circuits and Systems
  •  Point of Care Biomedical Diagnostics
  •  Biometrics and Biomedical Signal/Image Processing, Circuits & Systems
  • Brain and Innovative NeuroTechnologies
  • Other Areas in Biomedical Circuits and Systems

Track 12: Sensory Circuits and Systems

The broad aim of the project is to develop novel analogue and mixed signal circuits for bio-inspired

sensing  systems. Our recent projects in this area include neuromorphic olfactory systems, wind

sensing mechanisms to mimic those found in the cricket and bio-mimetic active cochlea. We are

interested in developing novel interface circuits and sensor signal processing circuits for a variety of

sensors used in neuromorphic systems. Examples include chemical sensors used for olfactory sensing,

cantilever MEMS structures for bio-morphic wind sensing systems and active MEMS/CMOS based

resonant  gate transistor (RGT) microphone for cochlea.

  • Imagers and Vision Sensors
  • Acoustic Sensing
  • Chemical, Organic, and MEMS Sensing
  • Neuromorphic and Bioinspired Sensing
  • Autonomous and Self-powered Sensors
  •  Other Areas in Sensory Circuits and Systems

Track 13: Digital Signal Processing

Digital signal processing (DSP) is the use of digital processing, such as by computers or more specialized digital signal processors, to perform a wide variety of signal processing operations. The signals processed in this manner are a sequence of numbers that represent samples of a continuous variable in a domain such as time, space, or frequency.

Digital signal processing and analog signal processing are subfields of signal processing. DSP applications include audio and speech processing, sonar, radar and other sensor array processing, spectral density estimation, statistical signal processing, digital image processing, signal processing for telecommunications, control systems, biomedical engineering, seismology, among others.

DSP can involve linear or nonlinear operations. Nonlinear signal processing is closely related to nonlinear system identification and can be implemented in the time, frequency, and spatio-temporal domains.

The application of digital computation to signal processing allows for many advantages over analog processing in many applications, such as error detection and correction in transmission as well as data compression. DSP is applicable to both streaming data and static (stored) data.

  • Design and Implementation of Digital Filters
  • Multirate Signal Processing, Filter Banks, Discrete Transforms, and Wavelets
  • Adaptive and Nonlinear Signal Processing
  • Compressive Sensing and Sparse Signal Processing
  • Statistical Signal Processing
  • Speech Processing (Synthesis, Coding, Analysis, Recognition, Enhancement)
  • Image Processing (Segmentation, Compression, Restoration, Registration, Enhancement)
  • DSP Theory and Algorithms for Biosignals
  • Other Areas in Digital Signal Processing

Track 14: Multi-hop Routing

Multi-hop routing is a type of communication in radio networks in which network coverage area is larger than radio range of single nodes. Therefore, to reach some destination a node can use other nodes as relays. Since the transceiver is the major source of power consumption in a radio node and long distance transmission requires high power, in some cases multi-hop routing can be more energy efficient than single-hop routing.

  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Wireless mesh networks
  •  Mobile Ad-Hoc networks
  • Smart phone and Ad-Hoc networks
  • Vehicular Ad-Hoc networks

Track 15: Cloud computing

Cloud computing is a method for delivering information technology (IT) services in which resources are retrieved from the Internet through web-based tools and applications, as opposed to a direct connection to a server. Rather than keeping files on a proprietary hard drive or local storage device, cloud-based storage makes it possible to save them to a remote database.  This type of system allows employees to work remotely. Companies providing cloud services enable users to store files and applications on remote servers, and then access all the data via the internet.

  • Service Models
  • Cloud computing Vs mobile computing

Track 16: Emergency communication systems

An emergency communication system (ECS) is any system (typically, computer-based) that is organized for the primary purpose of supporting one-way and two-way communication of emergency messages between both individuals and groups of individuals. These systems are commonly designed to integrate the cross-communication of messages between a variety of communication technologies, forming a unified communication system intended to optimize communications during emergencies. Emergency communication systems often provide or integrate those same notification services but will also include two-way communications typically to facilitate communications between emergency communications staff, affected people and first responders in the field.

  • Modes of communication
  •  Broadcast Technologies

Track 17: Space Communication & Navigation

The Space Communications and Navigation program puts the three prime space interchanges systems, Space Network (SN), Near Earth Network (NEN) (already known as the Ground Network or GN), and the Deep Space Network (DSN), under one Management and Systems Engineering umbrella. The information is sent in the form of sound waves. To send the information, electromagnetic wave with high frequency is used as a carrier.

  • SCAN Test Bed
  • NGN Communication & Navigation trends
  • Software defined radio in space communication

Track 18: Wireless technology in e-health

In healthcare the importance of obtaining the right information, at the right time, irrespective of time and location dependency is very critical. Healthcare personnel need to access real-time medical data such as patient clinical histories, laboratory results, treatments, chronic diseases, medication, and insurance information. Therefore, healthcare is the most apt domain for the application of ubiquitous technologies. Ubiquitous healthcare aims at creating an environment where healthcare is available to everyone, everywhere via technologies that would not only be pervasive but also be assimilated flawlessly in the daily lives.

  • Digital Innovations
  •  Factors for deploying wireless technology in healthcare
  •  Advancements and Benefits

Track 19: Game Theory in communication networks

Game theory has recently become a useful tool for modeling and studying interactions between cognitive radios envisioned to operate in future communications systems. Such terminals will have the capability to adapt to the context they operate in, through possibly power and rate control as well as channel selection. Software agents embedded in these terminals will potentially be selfish, meaning they will only try to maximize the throughput/connectivity of the terminal they function for, as opposed to maximizing the welfare (total capacity) of the system they operate in. Thus, the potential interactions among them can be modeled through non-cooperative games. The researchers in this field often strive to determine the stable operating points of systems composed of such selfish terminals, and try to come up with a minimum set of rules (etiquette) so as to make sure that the optimality loss compared to a cooperative – centrally controlled setting – is kept at a minimum.

  •  Cooperative & Non-cooperative game theory
  •  Applications

Track 20: Telecommunications Industry

Telecommunications industry is a huge industry that make hardware, software and provide services Hardware includes enable communication across the entire planet which includes video broadcasting satellite, telephone handsets and fiber-optic transmission cables and so on Software makes it all work, from sending and receiving e-mail to relaying satellite data

  • Wireless and Satellite equipment Manufactures
  • Reach out and Touch someone
  • Point person
  •  Modernizing operations.

Track 21: Exoplanet

For centuries scientists, philosophers, and science fiction writers suspected that extra solar planets existed but there was no way of detecting them. Exoplanet or Extra solar planet is a planet outside of the solar system that orbit a star. In 1917 the first exoplanet was noticed but it was recognized as such the first confirmed detection was in 1992 The discovery of exoplanets has intensified interest in the search for extraterrestrial life

  • Exocomet
  • Brown dwarf
  • Extragalactic Planets
  • Circumbinary planets
  • Sun-like stars
  • Extra-terrestrial life

Track 22: Telecommunication CRISIS (Crisis communication)

Communication crisis is a sub-specialty of the public relations profession that is designed to protect and defend an individual, company, or organization facing a public challenge to its reputation it also refers to the perception of an unpredictable event that threatens important expectancies of stakeholders and can seriously impact an organization's performance and generate negative outcomes and crisis communication as "the collection, processing, and dissemination of information required to address a crisis situation.

  • Theories in crisis communication research
  • Categories of crisis management
  • Integrated crisis mapping (ICM) model
  •  Image repair theory (IRT)
  • Crisis response strategy

Track 23: Spacecraft System

A spacecraft is a vehicle manufactured to fly in outer space. They are used in various purposes, including communications, earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exploration, and transportation of humans. Spacecraft enters space and then returns to the surface, without having gone into an orbit. For orbital spaceflights, spacecraft enter closed orbits around the Earth or around other celestial bodies.

  • Space Missions
  • Aerospace Design Engineering
  •  Space Flight Mechanics
  • Materials Science in Space
  • Aircraft Stability and Control
  • Airship Design and Development

Track 24: Satellite Subsystems

A launch vehicle is a rocket that throws a satellite into orbit. ... Satellites are usually semi-independent computer-controlled systems. Satellite subsystems attend many tasks, such aspower generation, thermal control, telemetry, attitude control and orbit control.

  • Attitude and orbit control system
  • Structural subsystem
  • Communication system
  • Telemetry, tracking and command system
  • Thermal control subsystem
  • Power supply system

Track 25: Astronomical Instrumentation

Astronomical instrumentation are the tools used to observe objects and phenomena that occur in space. These can include both terrestrial and satellite-borne telescopes. High precision optical components such as mirrors and lenses at all wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum are crucial to the development of these devices.

  • Astrophysics Data System
  • Emerging Sources Citation Index
  •  3j-gate

Track 26: Space craft Design

Spacecraft design was born in the 50s and 60s with the advent of American and Russian space exploration programs. The design of spacecraft covers a vast area which includes both the design such as robotic space craft and space craft for human

  • Space craft software
  • Magnetometer
  • Automated cargo spacecraft
  • Reusable launch system
  • Sun sensors

Track 27: Radio Astronomy

Radio astronomy is a subject of space science that tell about divine articles at radio frequencies. The main discovery of radio waves from a galactic protest was in 1932, when Karl Jansky at Bell Telephone Laboratories watched radiation originating from the Milky Way. Radio stargazing is led utilizing vast radio recieving wires alluded to as radio telescopes, that are either utilized uniquely, or with numerous connected telescopes using the procedures of radio interferometry and opening union.

  • Gamma-ray astronomy
  •  Infrared astronomy
  •  Radar astronomy
  • X-ray astronomy
  • Atacama Large Millimeter Array

Track 28: Satellite Operation

A satellite is an object in space that orbits or circles around a bigger object. There are two kinds of satellites Natural such as the moon orbiting the Earth another is artificial. It transfer the Signals from one side of Earth to the other .The word satellite refers to a machine that is launched into space and moves around Earth or another body in space. Earth and the moon are examples of natural satellites. Thousands of artificial, or man-made, satellites orbit Earth.

  • Satellite crop monitoring
  •  Mission assurance manager
  • Satellite Internet access

Track 29: Space Climate

Space climate is an investigation of room material science and aeronomy worried about the time changing conditions inside the Solar System, including the sun oriented breeze, underlining the space encompassing the Earth, incorporating conditions in the magnetosphere, ionosphere and thermosphere. Space climate is particular from the earthbound climate of the Earth's air. What's more, it is additionally allude to the natural conditions in Earth's magnetosphere

  •  Plasma physics
  • Geomagnetic storm
  • Atmospheric physics
  • Solar energetic particles
  • Sudden ionospheric disturbance

Track 30: Beyond CMOS: Nanoelectronics and Hybrid Systems Integration

We define nanoarchitecture as the organization of basic computational structures composed of nanoscale devices assembled into a system that computes something useful. Nanoarchitecture will enable radically different computational models, and, due to its potential for large capacity, might also provide superior capabilities in some areas. Since architecture is rarely created in a vacuum, these issues will greatly affect nanoarchitecture development.

 

  • Nano Devices, Circuits, and Systems
  •  MEMS
  • Reliability and Manufacturing Issues
  • Non-Silicon and Flexible (Plastic, Organic) Electronics
  • Electronics for Extreme Environments
  • Spintronic-based Technology
  • Emerging Memory and Memristor Technology and Applications
  • Quantum Computing
  • Hybrid and Heterogeneous Computing, Circuits, and Systems
  • Other Areas in Beyond CMOS: Nanoelectronics and Hybrid Systems Integration

 

MARKET ANALYSIS

Wireless Communication Market Analysis Market Size, Application Analysis

Wireless communication market is expected to witness considerable growth over the forecast period owing to increasing smart device usage to access real-time data. Evolving consumer needs and rapid technological advancements have led to the development of new operating systems and high performance smartphones, and is also expected to be the key factor driving wireless communication market growth. Increasing social media awareness has led to increased adoption of wireless communication media, and provides several market growth opportunities. Growing trends towards internet marketing and advertising is also expected to fuel market growth over the next few years.

Wireless communication technologies have revolutionized the means of communication, data exchange and transactions giving way to new digital economy. Technological proliferation and the increasing array of digital devices, improved interfaces for real-time web surfing and applications have significantly increased data usage over wireless networks. Therefore, consumers are more prone to use wireless digital devices against personal computers to access real-time data. Based on current market trends and future needs, smartphones are expected to be a necessary utility over the next few years. Furthermore, wide-spread use of unified communication platforms by several organizations to save time and recede distance barriers through seamless mobile connectivity helps create avenues for the wireless communication market. However, technical issues related to connectivity and network may pose a challenge to the wireless communication market growth. In addition, lack of infrastructure in rural areas is also expected to negatively impact market growth.

 Key market participants include Softbank, Deutsche Telekom, Nippon Telegraph & Tel, Telstra, Telefonica, America Movil, Vodafone, Verizon Communications, AT&T and China Mobile.

Research Methodology

Grand View Research employs comprehensive and iterative research methodology focused on minimizing deviance in order to provide the most accurate estimates and forecast possible. The company utilizes a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches for segmenting and estimating quantitative aspects of the market. In Addition, a recurring theme prevalent across all our research reports is data triangulation that looks market from three different perspectives. Critical elements of methodology employed for all our studies include:

Preliminary data mining

Raw market data is obtained and collated on a broad front. Data is continuously filtered to ensure that only validated and authenticated sources are considered. In addition, data is also mined from a host of reports in our repository, as well as a number of reputed paid databases. For comprehensive understanding of the market, it is essential to understand the complete value chain and in order to facilitate this; we collect data from raw material suppliers, distributors as well as buyers.Technical issues and trends are obtained from surveys, technical symposia and trade journals. Technical data is also gathered from intellectual property perspective, focusing on white space and freedom of movement. Industry dynamics with respect to drivers, restraints, pricing trends are also gathered. As a result, the material developed contains a wide range of original data that is then further cross-validated and authenticated with published sources.

Statistical model

Our market estimates and forecasts are derived through simulation models. A unique model is created customized for each study. Gathered information for market dynamics, technology landscape, application development and pricing trends is fed into the model and analyzed simultaneously. These factors are studied on a comparative basis, and their impact over the forecast period is quantified with the help of correlation, regression and time series analysis. Market forecasting is performed via a combination of economic tools, technological analysis, and industry experience and domain expertise.

Econometric models are generally used for short-term forecasting, while technological market models are used for long-term forecasting. These are based on an amalgamation of technology landscape, regulatory frameworks, economic outlook and business principles. A bottom-up approach to market estimation is preferred, with key regional markets analyzed as separate entities and integration of data to obtain global estimates. This is critical for a deep understanding of the industry as well as ensuring minimal errors. Some of the parameters considered for forecasting include:

  •     Market drivers and restrains, along with their current and expected impact
  •     Raw material scenario and supply v/s price trends
  •     Regulatory scenario and expected developments
  •     Current capacity and expected capacity additions up to 2020

Primary validation

This is the final step in estimating and forecasting for our reports. Exhaustive primary interviews are conducted, on face to face as well as over the phone to validate our findings and assumptions used to obtain them. Interviewees are approached from leading companies across the value chain including suppliers, technology providers, domain experts and buyers so as to ensure a holistic and unbiased picture of the market. These interviews are conducted across the globe, with language barriers overcome with the aid of local staff and interpreters. Primary interviews not only help in data validation, but also provide critical insights into the market, current business scenario and future expectations and enhance the quality of our reports. All our estimates and forecast are verified through exhaustive primary research with Key Industry Participants (KIPs) which typically include:

  • Market leading companies
  • Raw material suppliers
  • Product distributors
  • Buyers

The key objectives of primary research are as follows:

  • To validate our data in terms of accuracy and acceptability
  •  To gain an insight in to the current market and future expectations

 

 

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UNIVERSITIES OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE

Tampere University of Technology | University of Westminster | Cardiff Metropolitan University | Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Fau | Lund University | Aalto University | Aalborg University | Lancaster University - Faculty of Science And Technology | University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria | Politehnica University Timisoara | University of Hamburg | Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria | Esiee Amiens | Universidad Pontificia De Salamanca | European Polytechnical University | Harvard University | University of Oxford  | The University of Manchester
 

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION UNIVERSITIES IN ASIA

National Central University | Nanyang Technological University | National University of Singapore | The Hong Kong University of Science And Technology | Kaist University | University of Hong Kong | Tsinghua University | Fudan University | City University of Hong Kong | Peking University | The Chinese University of Hong Kong | Open University of Cyprus | Help University

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION UNIVERSITIES IN USA

Stanford University | California Institute of Technology – Caltech | Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) | Harvard University | Princeton University | University of Chicago | University of Pennsylvania | Yale University | Johns Hopkins University | Columbia University | University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) | Duke University | University of California, Berkeley | Cornell University | Northwestern University | University of Michigan | Carnegie Mellon University | University of Washington | New York University | University of California, San Diego | Georgia Institute of Technology | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign | University of Wisconsin Madison

JOURNALS FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

Journal of Telecommunications System & Management | Geophysics & Remote Sensing Journals | Electrical & Electronic Systems Journals | Information Technology & Software Engineering Journals | Sensor Networks And Data Communications Journals | Telecommunication Systems | Telecommunications Policy | Wireless Technology | Wireless Sensor Networks

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN EUROPE

Royal Dutch Shell | International Airlines Group | Allianz | Siemens | Banco Santander | Assicurazioni Generali | Bosch | Deutsche Telekom | Deutsche Post | Deutsche Bank | Vodafone | Unilever | The Royal Bank of Scotland Group | Rio Tinto Group | Prudential | Zurich Insurance Group | Randstad Holding | Standard Chartered | Telefónica | BT Group

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN ASIA

Mojo Mobile Co., Ltd. | SatImage Southeast Asia Co.,Ltd. | TAC Finance Co. B.V. | ThaiAudioText Service Co., Ltd.| True Group | Tata Communications | NTT Communications | SK Telecom | Singtel | Grameenphone | Airtel | BSNL | Special Communications Organization |           Dialog | Mobitel

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN USA

Crown Castle | American Tower | SBA Communications | United States Cellular Co. | Vertical Bridge | Insite Towers | Phoenix Tower International | Union Pacific Railroad Company | Subcarrier Communications | Charter Communications | SkyWay Towers | Shenandoah Mobile Company | Hemphill Corporation |            Bluegrass Wireless

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN EUROPE

The Cambridge Advertising and Marketing Society | Cambridge Afghan Society | African Society of Cambridge University | The Albanian Society | Cambridge Cheerleading Society | University of Cambridge Cyber Security Society | Cambridge Eastern African Society | The Cambridge Experimental Society | Cambridge Food Security Forum | CU Hong Kong and China Affairs Society| The Cambridge Humanities Review Society | CU Hungarian Society | The Medical Education Society

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN ASIA

Advanced Television Systems Committee | African Telecommunications Union | African Telecommunication Regulators Network | Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions | Asia Pacific Telecommunity | Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union | Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council | Asian Info-Communication Council | Asian and Pacific Centre for the Transfer of Technology

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN USA

Telecommunications Association of the Southeast | California Communications Association | Carolina-Virginia Telephone Membership Association | Colorado Telecommunications Association | New York State Telecommunications Association | Virginia Telecommunications Industry Association | Washington Independent Telephone Association | Wisconsin State Telecommunications Association | Oregon Telecommunications Association

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN EUROPE

Royal Dutch Shell | International Airlines Group | Allianz | Siemens | Banco Santander | Assicurazioni Generali | Bosch | Deutsche Telekom | Deutsche Post | Deutsche Bank | Vodafone | Unilever | The Royal Bank of Scotland Group | Rio Tinto Group | Prudential | Zurich Insurance Group | Randstad Holding | Standard Chartered | Telefónica | BT Group

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN ASIA

Mojo Mobile Co., Ltd. | SatImage Southeast Asia Co.,Ltd. | TAC Finance Co. B.V. | ThaiAudioText Service Co., Ltd.| True Group | Tata Communications | NTT Communications | SK Telecom | Singtel | Grameenphone | Airtel | BSNL | Special Communications Organization |           Dialog | Mobitel

COMPANIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN USA

Crown Castle | American Tower | SBA Communications | United States Cellular Co. | Vertical Bridge | Insite Towers | Phoenix Tower International | Union Pacific Railroad Company | Subcarrier Communications | Charter Communications | SkyWay Towers | Shenandoah Mobile Company | Hemphill Corporation |            Bluegrass Wireless

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN EUROPE

The Cambridge Advertising and Marketing Society | Cambridge Afghan Society | African Society of Cambridge University | The Albanian Society | Cambridge Cheerleading Society | University of Cambridge Cyber Security Society | Cambridge Eastern African Society | The Cambridge Experimental Society | Cambridge Food Security Forum | CU Hong Kong and China Affairs Society| The Cambridge Humanities Review Society | CU Hungarian Society | The Medical Education Society

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN ASIA

Advanced Television Systems Committee | African Telecommunications Union | African Telecommunication Regulators Network | Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions | Asia Pacific Telecommunity | Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union | Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council | Asian Info-Communication Council | Asian and Pacific Centre for the Transfer of Technology

SOCIETIES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN USA

Telecommunications Association of the Southeast | California Communications Association | Carolina-Virginia Telephone Membership Association | Colorado Telecommunications Association | New York State Telecommunications Association | Virginia Telecommunications Industry Association | Washington Independent Telephone Association | Wisconsin State Telecommunications Association | Oregon Telecommunications Association

 

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