Hogan Lovells is excited to offer a series of briefings throughout 2017 on various Internet of Things (IoT) issues.
Join us on March 29 12:00 p.m. EDT/6:00 p.m. CEST for the first installment of our IoT Webinar Series as we launch with an overview of global IoT applications and related policy issues, featuring insights and developments from the 2017 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Hogan Lovells’ partners Michele Farquhar, Ari Fitzgerald, Trey Hanbury and Senior Advisor, Tom Peters will be joined by Brett Tarnutzer, Head of Spectrum, GSMA and Reed Peterson, Head of Mobile World Congress Americas, GSMA to highlight new IoT applications and regulatory issues showcased at the MWC; Travis Hall, PhD, Telecommunications Policy Analyst at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) regarding NTIA’s ongoing IoT proceeding; and Hilary Cain, Director of Technology and Innovation Policy, Toyota to discuss industry’s need to coordinate with multiple agencies on smart cars and other IoT applications.
To register for this first session, Introduction to IoT, please click here.
Future sessions of this webinar series will focus on the increasingly complex IoT environment, including its communication and technology functions, features, and methodologies, highlighting discussions on:
- Emerging intellectual property and patent law issues
- Connected vehicles and smart cars
- Spectrum and infrastructure
- Commercial and M&A
Information on future sessions to follow. We hope you are able to join us!