Supporting technology innovation
Access Partnership’s leading engineers and infrastructure experts shape government decision-making about new technologies and how they fit into regulatory models around the world.
The rapid pace of technological change, coupled with the tendency of emerging markets to ‘leapfrog’ generations of communications, means regulators and investors are regularly asked to take decisions about the value of new technologies, or existing technologies operating in new settings.
Our engineers link products with policy goals in target markets using quantitative analysis, coupled with the policy direction of administrations, which helps to accelerate the process of getting to market.
From drones to satellites, cloud computing to telecoms, we work with clients to marshal the data required to build a compelling case for market entry and longevity. For example, the team works across the 5G eco-system to help companies understand how they can benefit and quickly bring innovative ideas to market.
We help you by:
- Providing thorough assessments of the technology as it relates to a given market
- Conducting in-depth research to validate positioning
- Monitoring policy and technological updates
- Briefing and tutoring your staff so they are up-to-date on key technological developments
The most important thing for me is that they have the competence, followed by their contacts with policy makers.Chief Legal Officer, Major Satellite Operator
Finalised regulatory framework, following period of public consultation, supporting market access to 'white space devices' accessing VHF- and UHF-band spectrum in Singapore.
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