2016 State of the Net Wireless

By Renee Dopplick, ACM Director of Public Policy
April 18, 2016

Join top government officials and private sector experts this afternoon for this year’s State of the Net Wireless. Beginning at 2 pm ET, the forum provides a lively discussion of trends and public policies shaping the mobile landscape, including the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile data consumption, voluntary and regulatory consumer protections, emergent wireless technologies, and wireless broadband. Speakers include White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Senior Advisor for Innovation Policy Daniel Correa and NTIA Policy Analyst Travis Hall.

Panel sessions include:

  • Making Cities Smarter Through Wireless
  • How Can We Make the Internet of Things the Innovation of Things?
  • The Mobile Glass Ceiling
  • Mobile Broadband – Keeping Up With Consumption

Onsite registration is free for government and media. The event will take place at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center, 555 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20001.

Watch the live webcast at: stateofthenet.org/wireless/