5G: Arcep publishes a report to share its understanding of the Issues and challenges at hand
In March 2017, Arcep published a report on the fifth generation of mobile telephony, which is currently in the process of being defined . In its report, Arcep delivers a detailed snapshot of the technologies being developed which could enable the jump in performance being promised by new 5G networks. In particular, the Internet of things appears to be a key driver for 5G adoption, either with critical applications (with high reliability or very low latency requirements) or with ever more densely deployed devices (massive machine-type communications).
” Regulators can play a key role in making Europe a leader in Tech again “
On 1 February 2017, BEREC held an expert workshop dedicated to the topic “Enabling the Internet of Things (IoT)” where approximately 100 experts and stakeholders discussed the regulatory implications and solutions that might be required to ensure a large-scale and sustainable IoT roll-out that delivers significant benefits to citizens and consumers across several industry sectors. […]
The Internet of Things: many opportunities for France to seize!
This is the main message in the Parliamentary report presented in January by French MPs, Laure de la Raudière and Corinne Erhel. A detailed snapshot of the sector, enhanced with a host of concrete examples, the report also includes 20 recommendations in support of the IoT’s development in France. One recommendation in particular caught our […]
February 1st at 9.00 : do not miss the BEREC workshop on IoT
One year after the publication of its report on the Internet of Things, the BEREC (European Regulators Group), that Arcep will preside in 2017, organize, on 1 February from 09.00 (CET) and at 17.30, an expert workshop on “Enabling the Internet of Things”. Issues of privacy, security, interoperability and connectivity will be on the agenda, […]
Arcep releases a white paper in order to prepare for the revolution of the internet of things and aiming at fostering innovation and self-organisation of the market.
On Monday, November 7th, Arcep hosted a conference on the internet of things in partnership with Agence nationale des fréquences (ANFR), Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), Agence nationale de sécurité des systèmes d’information (ANSSI), Direction générale de l’aménagement, du logement et de la nature (DGALN), Direction générale des entreprises (DGE) and France […]
Arcep IoT symposium on 7th November: « inventing pro-innovation regulation »
It is possible to both regulate AND stimulate innovation! Monday, 7 November 2016, Arcep invited the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem’s stakeholders, for a morning of dialogue over how we can build IoT regulation together. The symposium also marked the completion of a collaborative project. Since the start of the year, Arcep and several other […]
The Internet of Things : New frequency bands to support innovation
France’s National Frequency Agency (ANFR) and Arcep are publishing a summary of the public consultation on new opportunities for using the 862 – 870 MHz, 870 – 876 MHz and 915 – 921 MHz bands, to meet the growing needs of the Internet of Things. This consultation was launched on 3 June of this year, to gather feedback from […]
Arcep IoT symposium on 7 November: inventing pro-innovation regulation
To coincide with the publication of its White Paper, “Preparing for the Internet of Things Revolution: challenges and recommendations,” on 7 November, Arcep will be hosting a morning of debate and discussion on the following theme: “The Internet of Things: inventing pro-innovation regulation”. The Internet of Things is one of the 12 priorities that Arcep […]
Arcep and its partners launch a public consultation on the topic of: “Preparing for the Internet of Things Revolution”
The deployment of the Internet of Things, and the resulting proliferation of applications, stakeholders and technologies, give rise to a broad array of issues, including: – the diversification of technologies, which will constitute the wealth of the Internet of Things by making it possible to address a plethora of use cases and to satisfy increasingly […]
Launch of a public consultation with a view to opening new frequency bands
Arcep and France’s National Frequency Agency, ANFR, are launching a public consultation to gather feedback from stakeholders on “new opportunities for using the 862 – 870 MHz, 870 – 876 MHz and 915 – 921 MHz bands” to meet the growing needs of the Internet of Things. The Secretary of State for Digital Affairs, Ms […]
The IoT and the digital transition: three workshops to foster meaningful debate
To better understand the issues surrounding the development of the Internet of Things, to be able to then assist stakeholders in navigating the transition, Arcep is organising a series of meetings and discussions with the parties involved.
The Internet of Things in Europe
European institutions are engaged in fostering the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), as several recent initiatives reveals.
Spotlight on the IoT at the Mobile World Congress 2016
The 2016 Mobile World Congress (MWC) was held from 22 to 25 February 2016 in Barcelona. This annual trade show hosted by the GSMA is the largest of its kind for the mobile industry, attracting 101,000 visitors and 2,200 exhibitors.
Two main areas of focus were on display at this year’s edition: 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Arcep out in the field for the IoT: to the Cité de l’objet connecté and IoT Valley
As part of its strategic review, Arcep has included the Internet of Things as one of its 12 priorities for the coming years, to enable the emergence of these networks and new generation applications. To this end, the Authority needs to be able to strike the right balance between its roles as regulator and as an enabler of innovation.
GRACO meeting of 12 January 2016: “Smart regions: what role should the regulator play?”
Every year, the plenary meeting of GRACO, the discussion forum between Arcep and local authorities, is an opportunity for public and private sector players from the electronic communications ecosystem to discuss the latest developments in the sector. The meeting on 12 January 2016 was part of Arcep’s forward-looking process, examining the role that the regulator can play in helping to support innovation and digital development in the regions of France. The meeting was attended by more than 250 people who came to listen and discuss the key issues and challenges surrounding the development of smart regions.