Policy Manager and IoT expert, Ilaria Bencivenga, attended The AI Summit and IoT World Silicon Valley 2021 on Wednesday, 3 November.
In speaking at this event, Access Partnership secures its place in the epicentre of technological innovation, securing IoT businesses at the forefront of regulatory market access.
Ilaria gave a thorough presentation on “Getting IoT regulations right”. Global IoT growth requires harmonized policy in terms of telecommunications licensing, spectrum availability, extraterritorial use of numbering resources, international standards for type approval, and privacy and cross-border data flow rules.
At Access Partnership, we have the capabilities to assist all players of the IoT value chain in obtaining the less burdensome regulatory obligations for your business – we can monitor, analyse, advice, advocate and make your business plan actionable from a regulatory point of view. Reach out to Ilaria or our staff for more insights into policy and regulations of the Internet of Things.
So, what are Access Partnership’s four recommendations on “Getting IoT Regulations Right”?
- IoT should not be treated as a traditional telecommunication service – ad hoc and simplified licensing must be taken into account
- Spectrum requires harmonization to ensure IoT have allocated bands
- Governments should be less conservative over extraterritorial use of their numbering resources
- Governments should adjust their policy rules for a global deployment of IoT being more flexible on cross border data flow.
Ilaria’s presentation is available for download here.