The Resolutions contained in this book are those in force as at the end of the Radiocommunication Assembly held from 13 to 17 November 2023 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Available free of charge, below (no production of printed copies for sale).
By ITU News The Future Networked Car Symposium, being held for the first time in Doha, Qatar, will examine the latest advances in automated driving, vehicle connectivity and automotive cybersecurity, sharing expert insight on associated implications for technology, business, and regulation. Register to participate online. The symposium is convened by ITU, the UN specialized agency for information and communication technologies, […]
The CPM Report to the 2023 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-23) was prepared in response to ITU Council Resolution 1399 (C20), to assist those involved in the preparations of WRC-23. This Report, prepared and approved by the Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM) at its Second Session in Geneva (27 March to 6 April 2023), represents the best information on technical, operational and regulatory/procedural issues relevant to the WRC-23 Agenda available at the time of its preparation and should provide a good basis for the discussions at the Conference.
To read more about CPM 2023, please see ITU-R's information pages
By ITU News The latest issue of the ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies features 34 new papers on innovations that are boosting network intelligence and creating immersive communication experiences. The ITU Journal – free of charge to both readers and contributors – offers comprehensive coverage of communications and networking paradigms. The online journal welcomes research […]
by Christopher Carey, Editor, Cities Today As cities bounce back from COVID-19 and traffic returns, transport leaders are looking to incorporate new tools to improve the safety and efficiency of services. In the UK, Transport for London (TfL) has teamed up with Mercedes-Benz AG to develop a road safety dashboard that has the potential to […]
By ITU News Certain stretches of road are more accident prone than others. While traffic managers and police have long observed this phenomenon, they may struggle to zero in on the precise “crash hotspots” where roads or intersections require fixing. The Kenyan capital, Nairobi, after a deep dive into data sources on its traffic patterns, […]