Making Mobility Fly

Paul Barter, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, ExteNet Systems Inc

The Wright Brothers probably could not have imagined today’s aviation network. Travel today involves security checkpoints, congested airports, planes with hundreds of passengers, thousands of flights a day and logistics for high-speed travel and overnight shipping. Data traffic moving to mobility faces similar challenges as land based transportation moving to the air.

Lessons learned in the aviation industry can provide insight into how to approach the move of information traffic to the air as the inevitable move toward mobility approaches. Mobile networks are a part of the critical infrastructure and planning today for the next generation is important. This exciting keynote will provide an overview on how lessons learned in the commercial world can help the Federal government create shared runways with proper traffic management and security, to help information get off the ground and fly to its destination reliably and faster while wrestling with tomorrow’s shrinking budgets.

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