On 26-28 June, a logos communication team travelled across the globe to represent the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai.
For the past decades, space conquest has fueled many exciting technological breakthroughs. Up until recently, only a handful of governments and public companies could enjoy the massive benefits that space can provide. Today, however, these times have elapsed.
On 20 June, Logos went to Valencia to visit Lanzadera, an accelerator and incubator of private capital companies. The start-up accelerator, launched in 2013, has backed so far more than 300 companies, which have generated around 600 jobs.
On 28-29 May, logos took part in the GSMA Security for 5G event in The Hague. The conference focused on security for 5G and gathered for two days the 5G cybersecurity ecosystem, consisting of telecom operators, infrastructure providers, European and national regulators, to foster the debate and facilitate best-practice exchange.
On 20-24 May 2019, logos facilitated a special meeting of the 5G Automotive Association in Berlin. It convened representatives of all its members to foster discussions on the evolution of the ‘Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything’ (C-V2X) technology, both in terms of commercial readiness and technical specificities.
On 14 May, logos brought Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Denis Mukwege, RTL-TVI journalist Sandrine Corman and the Belgian singers Axelle Red and Typh Barrow together with 400 high-school students and teachers to launch a social media campaign to raise awareness about the needs of 75 million out-of-school children in the world.
With the European elections fast approaching, anticipating the likely policy consequences of electoral results is essential. That is why logos has developed an insightful 2019 EU Elections tracker.
On 9-11 April, logos’ communication team travelled to Detroit (US) to represent 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) at SAE WCX™ World Congress Experience.