one6G Association and the Wireless World Research Forum join forces
On November 9, 2022, the one6G Association and the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) joined forces by signing a Memorandum of Understanding to foster the growth of joint projects and sharing knowledge and experience in the field of wireless communications.
The MoU was signed at the 48th Wireless World Research Forum between Prof. Nancy Alonistioti, one6G Association chairwoman, and Dr Nigel Jefferies, WWRF Chairman.
According to the document, the one6G Association and WWRF agree to share technical knowledge, best practices and to identify possible areas for cooperation, participate in each other’s industry events and congresses, and contribute articles in the organisations’ publications. Overall, the collaboration will facilitate the progress of the Wireless industry.
As both organisations strengthen their cooperation under this MoU, the scope of the agreement can be enhanced to other collaboration areas.
About one6G Association
one6G aims to evolve, test and promote next generation cellular and wireless technology-based communications solutions. By supporting global 6G research and standardization efforts, the goal is to accelerate its adoption and overall market penetration, while addressing societal and industry-driven needs for enhanced connected mobility. This with the ambition to speed up the development of new services and applications in domains such as advanced autonomous driving, advanced manufacturing, advanced wireless e-health, remote education etc.
WWRF’s goal is to encourage research that will achieve unbounded communications to address key societal challenges for the future. We are using the term “Wireless World” in this broad sense to address the support of innovation and business, the social inclusion and the infrastructural challenges This will be achieved by creating a range of new technological capabilities from wide-area networks to short-range communications, machine-to-machine communications, sensor networks, wireless broadband access technologies and optical networking, along with increasing intelligence and virtualization in networks This will support a dependable future Internet of people, knowledge and things and the development of a service universe.