Konferenzen / Workshops

01.10.2008

Workshop "Optimising the Use of the Radio Spectrum by the Public Sector in the European Union"

On 1 October 2008 , WIK-Consult GmbH conducted a final workshop in Brussels in connection with our project for the European Commission: "Optimising the Use of the Radio Spectrum by the Public Sector in the European Union". WIK-Consult led a team that includes Aegis Systems (UK), IDATE (FR), and experts Philippa Marks (Plum Consulting) and Prof. Martin Cave.

The project considered ways to make more efficient and effective use of spectrum on the part of defence, emergency services, and transport (especially aeronautical and maritime). For the purely commercial sector, market-based mechanisms, collective use and other means of improving efficiency have been employed to an increasing degree in recent years, but only a few countries have attempted to improve the management of public sector spectrum.

The work dovetails with a similar study under way by the Public Use of Spectrum (PUS) working group of the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG).

Presentations are available for download. We are making minor changes to the final report to reflect the feedback of participants at the workshop. The final report is available for download. 

Here you will find the program and the presentations of the initial workshop.

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01.10.2008

Workshop "Optimising the Use of the Radio Spectrum by the Public Sector in the European Union"

On 1 October 2008 , WIK-Consult GmbH conducted a final workshop in Brussels in connection with our project for the European Commission: "Optimising the Use of the Radio Spectrum by the Public Sector in the European Union". WIK-Consult led a team that includes Aegis Systems (UK), IDATE (FR), and experts Philippa Marks (Plum Consulting) and Prof. Martin Cave.

The project considered ways to make more efficient and effective use of spectrum on the part of defence, emergency services, and transport (especially aeronautical and maritime). For the purely commercial sector, market-based mechanisms, collective use and other means of improving efficiency have been employed to an increasing degree in recent years, but only a few countries have attempted to improve the management of public sector spectrum.

The work dovetails with a similar study under way by the Public Use of Spectrum (PUS) working group of the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG).

Presentations are available for download. We are making minor changes to the final report to reflect the feedback of participants at the workshop. The final report is available for download. 

Here you will find the program and the presentations of the initial workshop.

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