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Understanding and Optimising Mobile Technologies for traffic and transportation applications

Birmingham - Conference Aston  13.05.2024

Course tutor: Peter Simm

Peter has been involved in the public sector since 1990 and was the first officer to let a GPRS contract in the UK. Peter joined the private sector in 2007 and is currently a member of the BSI- Smart Cities Working Group. He is an expert in mobile communications and sims to local authorities and other actors throughout the UK offering assistance and training as part of his dedicated service.

Course tutor: Lewis Harvey - Adey Electronics

Lewis is an experienced wireless and industrial communications specialist, with a focus on cellular 5G/4G routers, networking, antennas and associated connectivity solutions for transportation infrastructure and aligned industries. Having worked in this field for over 13 years, Lewis is able to share experiences and knowledge to make transportation connectivity solutions more simple, reliable and cost effective.

Course tutor: Hugo Carvalho, MsC Telecommunications Engineering

Hugo is a Channel Account Manager for Poynting Antennas, a leading antenna expert with special focus on 4/5G antennas. Hugo started his career as a Project Manager for a renowned wireless system integrator (Wavecom), overseeing networking and wireless (Wi-Fi, 4G and Radio Links) projects for Utilities, Logistics Centres, Public Transport and Universities, among others.
After 7 years, Hugo proceeded to more business-related positions, first as an account manager at Wavecom and lately, since 2020, as a Channel Account Manager for Poynting. At Poynting Antennas, Hugo has the privilege to be involved (advising and consulting) his partners, and their customers, on all sorts of 4/5G Connectivity scenarios and projects, which continues to provide him with a broad range of experience across the business needs of multiple companies (public or private) across various industries.

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