AMTA recently attended the annual week-long meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society in Portoroz in Slovenia. The meeting brings together all the leading scientists, regulators and professional societies in the area of radiofrequency electromagnetic energy (EME) and health effects from all over the world.
AMTA's Leading product stewardship program MobileMuster has launched an Australian first educational program, Mobile Connections, which focuses on the interconnections students have with mobile phones and empowers them to make sustainable decisions.
As the deployment of 5G accelerates it will deliver enhanced mobile technologies whilst maintaining low levels of electromagnetic fields (EMF) exposure.
With use of smartphones and tablets likely to ramp up with the launch of 5G; people can be concerned about the potential health effects. ABC News has recently explore and while 5G is new, the science around health effects discussed in the article remains the same.
5G Explained looks at how 5G actually works and the impact it will have on communities.
The Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast have provided mobile network operators with an opportunity to showcase 5G mobile technology.
AMTA sees a complementary relationship between the mobile ecosystem including 5G and NBN.
Chris Althaus, AMTA CEO attended Mobile World Congress, 2018 in Barcelona - here are his insights and takeaways from the world's largest exhibition and annual event for the mobile industry.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) welcomes the announcement today from the Minister for Communications and the Arts, Mitch Fifield, regarding the progression of 10 reforms to the regulations governing the deployment of wireless and mobile networks in Australia; as well as further consultation on 11 other proposed reforms. In welcoming the announcement, AMTA Chief Executive, Chris Althaus noted the Government’s reform package will go some way towards enabling the deployment of the next generation 5G mobile networks which are expected to bring significant improvements in speed, quality and capacity for Australia’s data hungry consumers. But he also noted there was still more to do. “This is a welcome and very important first step - in what we hope will be an ongoing engagement with government and stakeholders to develop a dynamic regulatory framework to meet the deployment challenges of next generation networks.
5G, AI and IoT take centre stage at the Mobile World Congress.
AMTA is confident that the Government's 5G priorities will add momentum to our ongoing efforts to engage with industry verticals and the respective government departments outside of the communications portfolio with regard to the broader economic and social benefits of 5G.
AMTA launches app designed to help building maintenance staff, height workers, and facility managers with safe access around radio communications and mobile base station antennas.
Smart cities will rely on connectivity provided by 5G to improve daily life.
Just like previous generations of mobile technology, 5G will have a significant impact on Australia’s economy. Australia has one of the highest adoption rates in the world when it comes to mobile technology. 5G will fuel economic growth by boosting productivity and workforce participation. In addition to economic benefits, 5G has the potential to improve accessibility to healthcare with telemedicine applications and even improve public safety with smart city applications such as smart lighting in public places. For more information about 5G read our latest report from Deloitte Access Economics. Download the complete report.
While the technical standards for 5G are still being developed, experts agree that 5G will offer: Latency of less than 1ms; Ability to deliver speeds of up to 10 Gbps and beyond; Energy efficiency in running 1000s of devices; and Improved network capacity by enabling millions of low bandwidth devices to connect simultaneously. Where 4G focussed on providing improved speed and capacity for individual mobile phone users, 5G will enable more industrial applications, and could be a major technological driver in industrial digitalisation. For more information about 5G read our latest report from Deloitte Access Economics. Download the complete report.
Our latest report on 5G Mobile by Deloitte Access Economics explains 5G and the benefits it will bring businesses and economic growth.
The report from Deloitte Access Economics commissioned by AMTA details that 5G is expected to further drive Australia’s digital economy.
IEC experts meet in Melbourne this week at the cutting edge of the new wireless technology and leading the global development of the 5G EMF compliance testing standards.
GARI helps consumers find a device with the accessibility features that work best for their particular needs.
Mobile phones do not have any characteristics which would make them attractive to lightning strikes. While it is sensible to avoid using a fixed- line (copper wire) phone during a thunderstorm; the same precaution does not apply to mobile phones or fibre optic cable (e.g. NBN).
The UK is moving ahead with the roll-out of 5G technologies and application with an announcement that the UK Government will fund six 5G pilot programs across the country to the value of £25m.
Report from Deloitte Access Economics on 5G - the next generation of mobile telecommunications.
See a video demonstration of how 5G will improve latency - network reaction time.