June 1, 2019
Fluxus LLC joins World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution to work with leading innovators, policy-makers, academics, civil society representatives and business leaders on formulating solutions to the critical challenges and opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the 21st century.
Fluxus LLC places an initial focus on contributing to the Centre’s IoT, Robotics & Smart Cites Portfolio, and joins 5G-Next Generation Networks Programme together with American Tower Corporation, Ericsson, Kaiser Permanente, KONUX, KT Corporation, Nokia Corporation, PwC, VMware.
“Intelligent connectivity, enabled by 5G, will be the catalyst for the socio-economic growth that the 4IR could bring. Several efforts need to be aligned across industries and government agencies to address business models, investment, regulation, innovation or security issues. The World Economic Forum, as the International Organization for public-private cooperation, aims to advance on these objectives acting as a platform for multi-stakeholder collaboration.”5G-Next Generation Networks Programme
About World Economic Forum Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Based in San Francisco, the World Economic Forum Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution brings together governments, leading companies, civil society and experts from around the world to co-design and pilot innovative approaches to the policy and governance of new technologies. The Center will develop, implement and scale agile and human-centered pilot projects that can be adopted by policy-makers, legislators and regulators worldwide to address challenges related to emerging technologies.
About Fluxus LLC
Based in New York, Fluxus LLC is a technology company and impact enterprise, committed to providing affordable, energy-efficient and aesthetic housing solution for low-to-middle-income households by leveraging innovations in modern building materials, intelligent design, prefabrication, industrialization and digitalization of construction.
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