Spectrum Summit 2018: free entry for PolicyTracker subscribers
Apr 25, 2018 by Martin Sims


Tags5G, radio broadcasting, verticals

There is a brilliant line-up of key opinion-formers at the 23nd Annual Spectrum Summit on 4 July in Lichtenau, Germany and PolicyTracker subscribers can receive a free pass!

The Spectrum Summit is organised by LS telcom in association with PolicyTracker and promises to be a fascinating event. The theme is Future of wireless – beyond consumer broadband with the following panel discussions:

  • 5G services and use cases in transport and industry
  • Accessing and managing spectrum for industry verticals
  • The future of radio broadcasting


Last year there were 200 attendees from 33 countries including numerous spectrum regulatory authorities, network operators and other industry stakeholders. This year’s speakers include:

  • Frank Krüger, Director, German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
  • Christian Régnier, Head of Communication Solutions Department, Air France
  • Adrian Scrase, CTO, European Telecommunications Standards Institute
  • Andreas Müller, Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Sara Bertoglio, Mission Head, Mobile and Innovation Division/Spectrum, ARCEP, France
  • Stéphane Ros, Spectrum Officer, SNCF
  • Thomas Hervieu, Delegate of AGURRE association, LD Consultant
  • Meta Pavšek Taškov, Agency for Communication Networks and Services, Slovenia
  • Dr. Nigel Wallbridge, TeleRail Networks
  • Lindsay Cornell, Chair, World DAB Technical Committee
  • Walter Berner, Head of Engineering, Media Authority of Baden-Württemberg


The venue for the Spectrum Summit is the LS telcom complex near Baden-Baden in Germany. The free delegate pass is worth 99€ per person and includes lunch, coffee, other refreshments and the shuttle service from Baden-Baden to the venue in Lichtenau.

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