Date September 12 – 14, 2018
Time 8: 30 a.m. PST onwards
Venue: Los Angeles Convention Center | Los Angeles, CA
Booth No. S.1914
With the success at MWC Americas 2017, Infosys is all set for a larger presence in Mobile World Congress Americas 2018, the largest communications industry event in the Americas. Infosys will be in the Southhall, LA convention center at booth S.1914, highlighting our brand statement: ‘Navigate your next’.
MWCA 2018 is the second edition of GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas. This conference will feature thought leaders from across 110 countries representing device manufacturers, technology providers, mobile operators, content owners, and vendors.
Join us and over 25,000 attendees and 200 thought leaders across the globe in over 40 track sessions, that will make it the communications event to attend this year.
Connect with Infosys at MWCA 2018:
Infosys will be at booth S.1914. Connect with us so that we can share with you how Infosys has been enabling clients across the globe to navigate them to their next by delivering solutions around digital self-service, 5G, artificial intelligence, ontologies, cognitive care, analytics, blockchain, augmented reality/virtual reality, and many more.
At this year’s MWC, Infosys will be showcasing solutions around the themes of: Innovation, media and entertainment, network ecosystem and fourth industrial revolution.
Raise your hand, answer and win a Fitbit during Infosys flash talks at booth S.1914:
During the event, Infosys is organizing flash talks on new and emerging technologies with a focus on the communications, media and entertainment industries. There will be 15 unique flash talks, which will be run continuously throughout the three-days of the event. Each flash talk will be of 10 min. followed by 5 min. of Q/A. For selected flash talks, stand a chance to win a Fitbit Ionic by answering a question that the speaker asks at the end of the session.
- Unlocking immersive media with 5G and media network
Infosys has incubated immersive 360° video streaming as an industry offering and developed an industry – first 5G Virtual reality streaming proof of concept for a leading Australian telco. We created VR apps for the Oculus Rift (tethered), Samsung Gear VR (mobile), and WebVR (browser) while integrating these apps with the client’s content delivery network (CDN).
- Blockchain unleashed for communications, media and entertainment
Infosys Blockchain enabled Digital Asset Management solution is equipped with a set of APIs to encode media assets – digital and physical. The APIs help encode and transfer ownership of assets. Also, APIs manage payment and royalty management. Our solution provides a web interface to analyze transactions for ownership and transfer of digital media rights.
- Infosys Media & Entertainment Platform
The platform offers advanced functionalities such as visual and voice activated search, automatic metadata generation (Facial and object recognition, voice to text, and optical character recognition), real– time intelligent content and consumer analytics, robotic workflow management, localization on– demand, on– demand content delivery to multiple platforms, on– demand product placement, and immersive consumer engagement.
- Internet of Everything
Infosys digital agricultural ecosystem ensures accurate measurement of crop yield and field conditions. Precision mapping maximizes agriculture resource utilization while variable rate technology (VRT) solutions optimize the usage of seeds and crop protection products by integrating farm equipment with precision maps.
- Virtual Banking
With Infosys Virtual Banking, user can visualize how a small business or large corporation conducts financial transactions with immersive interaction of a brick and mortar branch, along with remote access from home or office. The virtual banking use case focuses on customized customer service, biometric security and authentication, and data visualization.
- Frictionless Cognitive Care
The solution provides an enterprise framework and a do-it-yourself (DIY) approach for telcos and their field technicians. It capitalizes on an interplay of emerging technologies such as augmented reality (AR) powered guidance, virtual reality (VR)– based immersive learning, voice– based interaction with artificial intelligence bot, remote expert help via live feed of field view, location– based services (LBS) driven outdoor and indoor guidance, while leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) driven smart insights, and process automation at the telco backend.
- Artificial Intelligence in smart contracts
Infosys Nia Contracts Analysis and Nia Provenance work together by combining artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain technologies to implement contractual obligations in real time, and in a transparent manner. Nia Contracts Analysis is a platform enabling businesses and law firms to navigate complex contract documents. It uses advanced machine learning techniques such as deep learning and semantic modeling to transform the process of analyzing and reviewing contracts.
- Digital self – service journeys
Infosys digital strategy is focused on providing an omnichannel customer experience (CX). Infosys artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) offerings establish chatbot center of excellence (CoEs) and services in self– service. Chatbots eliminate human intervention to address customer queries for payment issues, automatic payments, clarifications. Our ‘Setting up IVR and voice– based recognition’ offerings help eliminate silos and prevent consumer friction.
- AI Ontology for Telco – Media Convergence
Infosys Nia, our artificial intelligence (AI) platform, adopts an expressive ontology to catalogue new asset types and rights with minimal effort. Nia offers an extensive library of reusable and expressive knowledge comparable to a modern programming library. Like any modern programming language, it provides an expressive language to describe an asset in detail. The reusable library makes the coding process practical. The language processing tools associated with the library enable efficient encoding of factual knowledge in the ontology.
Flash talks schedule
|S.No.||Flash talk titles||12 Sep||13 Sep||14 Sep|
|1||How to create a zero– distance culture of innovation||9a.m. – 9.15a.m.; 4p.m. – 4.15p.m.||1.30p.m. – 1.45p.m.||9a.m. – 9.15a.m.|
|2||Digital self– service journeys||NA||9.30a.m. – 9.45a.m.|
|3||Emerging technologies incubation||9.30a.m. – 9.45a.m.; 4.30p.m. – 4.45p.m.||12p.m. – 12.15p.m.||NA|
|4||Frictionless cognitive care||10a.m. – 10.15a.m.||10.30a.m. – 10.45a.m.||10a.m. – 10.15a.m.|
|5||Ontologies for digital media rights and contracts (AI)||10.30a.m. – 10.45a.m.||11.30a.m. – 11.45a.m.||10.30a.m. – 10.45a.m.|
|6||Blockchain in telecom and media – A game changer||11a.m. – 11.15a.m.||10a.m. – 10.15a.m.||11a.m. – 11.15a.m.|
|7||5G network slicing – Market place and V2X possibilities||11.30a.m. – 11.45a.m.||9a.m. – 9.15a.m.; 4p.m. – 4.15p.m.||11.30a.m. – 11.45a.m.|
|8||Next gen operations center||12p.m. – 12.15p.m.||9.30a.m. – 9.45a.m.; 4.30p.m. – 4.45p.m.||12p.m. – 12.15p.m.|
|9||Digital farms with AR and IOT||12.30p.m. – 12.45p.m.||2.30p.m. – 2.45p.m.||12.45p.m. – 1p.m.|
|10||Unlocking potential of immersive media with 5G||1p.m. – 1.15p.m.||11a.m. – 11.15a.m.||1.15p.m. – 1.30p.m.|
|11||Enabling API lead digitization for breaking monolithic platform and partner ecosystem enablement||1.30p.m. – 1.45p.m.||12.30p.m. – 12.45p.m.||1.45p.m. – 2p.m.|
|12||Infosys Media & Entertainment Platform for MEDIA Supply Chain||2p.m. – 2.15p.m.||2p.m. – 2.15p.m.||2.15p.m. – 2.30p.m.|
|13||Media AI applications in smart contracts||2.30p.m. – 2.45p.m.||3p.m. – 3.15p.m.||2.45p.m. – 3p.m.|
|14||Immersive Experience Design with AR/VR/360 Video||3p.m. – 3.15p.m.||3.30p.m. – 3.45pm||--|
|15||Total Cost of ownership reduction in cable business||3.30p.m. – 3.45p.m.||1p.m. – 1.15p.m.||-|