Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

Safety First at the “Fully” Smart Driving Car Summit*

It is important to distinguish between those features that enhance safety versus those that provide safety and convenience is how Princeton’s Dr. Alain Kornhauser set the stage for the Smart Driving Car Summit session, Incentivizing Through Regulation. Regulations must ensure that the comfort features, such as Automatic Cruise Control (ACC), do not degrade safety. He […]

Regulatory Wireless

TIA Spectrum Policy Forum Part I: NTIA Chief Redl Cites “Creative Collaboration” Between Industry & Government As Key To Efficient Use of Spectrum for 5G

“The days of redeploying spectrum from one use to another are over, for the most part,” according to David Redl, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information. “There are no more easy and relatively painless relocations we can do.” Instead, Redl, who heads Commerce’s National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA), pointed to the development of […]

Alan Weissberger Wireless

Highlights of Telecom Council TC3 Panel on 5G Telecom Regulation

Introduction: A spirited discussion of telecom regulation issues took place September 28, 2016 at the Telecom Council’s TC3 summit in Mt. View, CA.  Most of it was related to making 5G a reality. We present key messages from the panelists and critical open issues in this article. Moderator: John Feland, Founder & CEO of Argus […]

Alan Weissberger Broadband Regulatory Wireless

All-IP Network Transition Plan at FCC’s Jan 30th Open Commission Meeting

Introduction: During his January 8th speech at the Computer History Museum (CHM) , FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler told the CHM audience that the U.S. was in a transition to a “4th Network Revolution” that would be led by a transition to an “all-IP” network.   The 4th Network is actually a multi-faceted revolution based on  IP based packet […]

Viodi View

Viodi View – 01/03/14

An Indestructible Wireless Broadband Network for All – Part 1 With spectrum auctions delayed and actions regarding broadcast retransmission consent sure to be discussed in 2014 and First Net struggling how to build an affordable network, now would be a good time for policy makers to take a closer look at the best way to manage […]