Brad McGuire, AWTG’s Director of Programme Innovation, presented at the event and discussed the works that AWTG had done in the city in partnership with Scotland 5G Centre, Dundee City Council and Abertay University and how it was underpinned by industry leader Nokia. He also highlighted how 5G can enable digital transformation in the Tay Cities Region, transform how we do business and support organisations to futureproof their workplace.
Mark Flynn, Convener of Dundee City Council’s City Development Committee, also announced The Tay 5G Challenge Fund, open from the 7th December until 31st January to companies across the UK who can demonstrate impactful projects for products, services or solutions which use 5G.
The event was hosted by Kirsty Scott, Business Engagement Manager for S5GConnect Dundee, who highlighted the role that the hub will play and Professor Gregor White, Dean of Abertay University’s School of Design and Informatics who highlighted the vital role that the University plays as an anchor institution in Scotland tech industries sector.
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