The Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program is a joint effort by the National Science Foundation and a wireless Industry Consortium to create city-scale testing platforms to accelerate fundamental research on wireless communication and networking technologies. The PAWR Project Office (PPO) is managing this $100 million public-private partnership to stand-up and oversee these eventual testing platforms. The PPO is run by US Ignite, Inc., and Northeastern University. Join the PAWR Project Office (PPO) on April 27 at the Hyatt Centric Arlington as they present a unique opportunity to learn more details about the PAWR program goals and process, including:
* PAWR RFP, requirements, and timeline
* Technical focus areas for the emerging solutions that PAWR seeks to support
* Research goals for advanced wireless use cases
* PPO's role and organization during project selection and project execution.