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Connected Healthcare can improve lives
7 September 2017
In a new white paper, Vodafone – supported by Bernard Vrijens, Professor in public health at the University of Liege, Belgium – claims that new connected solutions based around the Internet of Things will help people to follow their medical treatment programmes more closely. This latest development could improve millions of lives and save billions of dollars.
Call to young Europeans: your views on the future of Europe
1 September 2017
“Why Europe Matters” is a campaign based on a combination of innovation workshops across different countries and a survey exploring young Europeans’ views about Europe, their education and employment, and their hopes and expectations for the future. The project is supported by the European Round Table of Industrialists and JA Europe.
Follow the discussions at #EuropeMatters or share your views in this survey.
Applications open for the next F-LANE class
06 April 2017
Competition at the heart of the Gigabit Society
Markus Reinisch, Vodafone Group Public Policy Director, discusses the importance of competition as the main driver for investment in infrastructure for digital societies
22 March 2017
The role of 5G in the Gigabit Society
A new report commissioned by Vodafone looks at how businesses and consumers will benefit from 5G.
Watch the video for highlights of the launch event in Brussels or read more to download the "Creating a Gigabit Society - the role of 5G" report.
7 February 2017
Robots and I: how will automation shape the Gigabit age
Are robots a friend or foe? The Vodafone Institute, Vodafone’s European think tank, hosted “Robots and I: how will automation shape the Gigabit Age?” in Brussels to explore the issue.
20 October 2016
Broadband World Forum 2016
Speaking at the Broadband World Forum in London, Vodafone Group Public Policy Director Markus Reinisch summarised how the right policy environment can enable connectivity.