ATDI is now – officially – part of the global effort to get best use from the radio spectrum.
“It’s what we’ve been doing for the two decades we have been in business,” comments lead engineer Paul Grant. “But now we’ve been invited to join the likes of Microsoft and Google in the international and industry-wide campaign for the most effective use of frequency resources.”
ATDI is now a member of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA), a global organisation pressing for laws and regulations that will lead to more efficient spectrum use. DSA’s key goals are to support technical, regulatory and business models to reduce the cost of last-mile deployments, to back spectrum policies supporting the growing Internet of things and to campaign for regulatory change to release bandwidth.
Paul comments: “If you look at DSA’s membership, it spans multinationals including Microsoft and Google along with smaller companies, academic institutions and research organisations from around the world. There’s loads of political and financial clout there along with amazing amounts of expertise. It’s a real honour for ATDI to be asked to join such company and we look forward to making our contribution.”