We’re entering economy 4.0. For some, it’s a revolution, for others a natural turn of events resulting from the development of the Polish market. It’s certainly an opportunity to create new fields of economy related to process automation, autonomous vehicles or virtual reality. Current transformation creates new business opportunities and drives growth. These changes must be accompanied by the development of telecommunications infrastructure which is the pillar of industry 4.0. To be up to date and keep up with the transformations taking place, you have to take part in the 18th ICT and Infrastructure World Symposium which will be taking place on 3rd-4th of April 2019 in Warsaw.
Revolution in the world of wireless connections
5G is an increasingly popular term used in the context of mobile internet development. IoT, autonomous cars and machine digitalisation are just some of the innovative solutions that would not have been available were it not for the new generation of the internet that we are all waiting for. Added to this are issues related to Smart City or virtual reality. What will our streets look like in the perspective of 10 or 20 years? Are we ready for transformation? 5G is not only high hopes, but also lots of preparation from Polish businesses. Implementation requires changes in the regulations governing issues related to the construction of appropriate infrastructure. The 18th ICT and Infrastructure World Symposium will be a place in which we will see the fifth generation of connectivity from various perspectives. Are we ready for these changes, looking at the Polish economy, suppliers, production companies or the final user? How do we rate the attempts of implementing this network in Łódź, or the center of Warsaw?
50% is the percentage of enterprises using cloud services in the most technologically advanced countries. To compare, it is only 10% in Poland. This may change soon. In 2020, the National Cloud is planned for both Polish administration and business. This will start a completely new phase in the digital development of domestic enterprises. For some time now, the trend of promoting cloud solutions has become very visible, both in the private and public sectors throughout Europe. It’s a modern and effective solution which can’t be missing from the agenda of the 18th ICT and Infrastructure World Symposium. It’s here that the presidents of the largest Polish companies, representatives of public administration and government will meet to jointly discuss the current state and the future of the National Cloud. Many large, private companies have decided to migrate to the cloud. What reflections do they have? What are their comments about the idea of a shared economy model for all governmental institutions and councils?
Earlier editions of this project took place under the name of the Telecommunications and Media World Symposium. The rebranding which is taking place is a reflection of the changes in the market towards the digital industry. – The ICT and Infrastructure World Symposium will be devoted to the development of very important fields of the economy, such as telecommunications and IT, in the context of the developing Polish economy. We will talk about what the economy need from operators today and what challenges telecom operators or IT service providers face. Teleinformatics and infrastructure are areas of knowledge and development that are already becoming the driving force of economy 4.0, which is the foundation of the strategy for the balanced development of the government of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki – says Piotr Muszyński, Chairman of the Advisory Board, Founder & President, FixMap.
The first day of the 18th ICT and Infrastructure World Symposium will be concluded with the Golden Antenna Grand Gala.
Zwieńczeniem pierwszego dnia 18. edycji Sympozjum Świata Teleinformatyki i Infrastruktury będzie Wielka Gala Złotych Anten. During its duration, the independent Competition Jury, consisting of renowned authorities of the industry, will award the winners of the Golden Antenna Competition in four categories:
- Person of the Year
- Innovator of the Year
- Leader of Economy 4.0
- Corporate Social Responsibility
People and companies who have contributed to the development of the telecommunications market, ICT and the transformation of the economy to phase 4.0 will be distinguished.
The congress is realized within the MMC Poland Group, organising prestigious congresses, conferences, workshops and business training sessions in Poland dedicated to specialists, managerial staff and company boards.