â¢ This teaching module will cover advanced issues in spectrum management that are currently being considered and/or implemented in regions and countries around the world ; â¢ The emphasis will be on how spectrum policies are articulated with broad concerns regarding changing radio technologies, relations to global growth and innovation, and their social and economic impacts ; and â¢ An introduction to issues of competition and consumer protection related to spectrum management will be presented.
The mobile industry is embarking on the transition to fifth-generation (5G) technology, which builds on the achievements of 4G while also creating new opportunities for innovation. 5G is ushering in a new era that will see connectivity become increasingly fluid and flexible.
This four-week course covers the key aspects of 5G technology and examines the role governments and regulators can play in helping unlock the benefits of future 5G services for their citizens.
This course is primarily based on the ITU/World Bank digital regulation handbook and platform with a focus on the following aspects: regulatory governance and evidence-based decision making, competition and economics (including infrastructure sharing), consumer affairs, data protection, financing universal access, emergency communications, cybersecurity strategies, digital financial services and emerging technologies.
The scope of this scope is limited to the introduction of specific aspects of digital regulation to enhance knowledge of participants on the issues at stake.
This course is primarily based on the ITU/World Bank Digital Regulation handbook and platform with a focus on the following aspects: competition and economics, consumer affairs and emerging technologies. The scope of this course is the introduction of specific aspects of digital regulation to enhance knowledge of participants on the issues at stake. The Regional Economic Dialogue (RED-AMS) will be organized after the training on 25 to 26 August 2022, delegates are invited to participate in both events.
Competition in mobile telecommunications is multifaceted and dynamic. Regulatory authorities must be alert to rapid technological changes that impact infrastructure competition.
This four-week course provides a foundation for understanding the rules of competition and the regulatory powers that apply to the telecommunications sector, taking into account the wider competitive landscape that now includes Over-The-Top players.
The course is Intended for policy-makers, decision-makers, innovators and ecosystem builders who wish to build thriving entrepreneurial communities that can navigate technological revolutions and create competitive ICT industries. The course introduces key terminologies, concepts, tools and steps to assess your country's innovation capacity through practical information. Upon completion of the course, you will understand: Innovation, digital ecosystems and digital transformation, and their relationship to national development priorities.