GIC Mexico was present at the CERCE
Dr José Alberto Ramírez, representative of the GIC of Mexico, was present at the CERCE (in its spanish acronym), the second Colloquium of the Radio Spectrum: its scientific and experimental use in space.
Dr José Alberto Ramírez, representative of the GIC of Mexico, together with other panellists from Latin America discussed the impact and benefits of 5G, IoT and GNSS technologies in Latin America to measure how these technologies will impact Latin America to make Latin America more competitive.
According to the panellist, the implementation of the fifth generation mobile network will change the way we communicate because it will multiply the capacity of the information highways and will enable massive connectivity of devices (with us and among themselves) in real time, what is called the Internet of Things (IoT). At the same time, global navigation satellites systems (GNSS) have become involved in our daily lives and are present in a large number of applications that already depend on this technology.
These emerging technologies are complementary and enable new use scenarios: smart cities, self driving cars, etc.
The 2nd Colloquium on the Radioelectric Spectrum, its Scientific and Experimental Use in Space aims to promote links and socialization of knowledge in the field of radioelectric spectrum in Mexico, it is organized by the Mexican Space Agency and the collaboration of both national and international panellists from Latin America.
The panellist were: Dr. Viktor Iván Rodriguez (UAZ, Mexico), Ing. Genaro Grajeda López (Eutelsat Americas, Mexico), Dr. José Alberto Ramirez (GIC, Mexico), Mr. Alejandro Cordero (Innova Space, Argentina) and Dr. Cesar Augusto Azurdia (UChile, Chile).
You can access the colloquium from the following link: