Future Regulation for Inclusive Connectivity is a report based on the ITU regional regulatory forum for Europe by the same name featured at the 2019 INFOFEST. Participants discussed how regulation can impact inclusive connectivity in five sessions, involving 140 participants from 10 different countries. With dialogue on the challenges, opportunities and issues stakeholders face regarding inclusive connectivity, governments can solve the challenges and move forward with resilient high-speed networks.
The report tackles connectivity in education in nine countries of the Europe region.
Zephyr is an ultra-light solar-powered high-altitude platform station. It flies above the weather covering distances of over 1000 nautical miles a day.
Recent estimates from the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU–D) indicate that in 2018, more than 48% of individuals all around the world were still not using the Internet (see the Measuring the Information Society Report 2018).