Title:Workshops
 
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:10:00–16:00
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
 
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:10:00–11:00
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:This panel focuses on a participatory model to extend broadband to Indigenous communities using low-cost fixed wireless broadband. The panel will present a case study of a broadband network in Pu‘uhonua o Waimanalo on Oahu. Panel members will summarize the planning, training, installation and research approach, and network use during the pandemic, as well as planning and policy initiatives by the State of Hawaii and other stakeholders in a “broadband hui.” Although delayed by COVID-19, research is planned to document impacts of network usage and examine network sustainability. The presentation includes preliminary lessons learned relevant for Indigenous and other rural regions including the Pacific islands.
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:11:15–12:15
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:Presenters offer current, diverse multi-national data-based research perspectives on issues facing the future of mobile communications, including: 5G and unlicensed spectrum; coping with accelerating demand; competition; spectrum planning and “cord cutting”. Speakers are from New Zealand, Japan, Bangladesh and the U.S. Attention is strongly drawn to the data in the presentations and, where available, the accompanying papers, which are both timely and unique, based on extensive original research. Panel is of interest to marketers, researchers, policy makers and financial and banking institutions.
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:12:30–13:30
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:This session explores how new technologies can be incorporated into the traditional delivery of health and other services to enhance efficiency. Specifically this session will examine how artificial intelligence potentially can generate new applications that will support the elderly living independently and how blockchain can be deployed in the supply chains to support social sustainability.
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:13:45–14:45
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:This session provides an overview of digital transformation in Europe presenting the Di² Whitepaper. One part focuses on the process of digitalization taking place in Europe. Another part explores the demand and supply side effects of these developments on digital infrastructure and bandwidth and changes in the market structure.
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:15:00–16:00
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:The panel will discuss the strengths, weaknesses & opportunities of telehealth services, with a transition approach to fit the indigenous healthcare landscape. It will encompass digital health strategies & policies, governance structures, digital literacy, capacity building for digital health, and alignment and harmonization efforts among partners & donors in digital health investments. The findings may contribute to important considerations that may be codified into policy & research trends to inform future health roadmaps in the U.S., Australia, & Asia as we transition out of a public health emergency into a new reality for health care delivery and use of technology.
 
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