Press Release


April 9th 2019 - 12.00 till 17.00 hrs - Leusden, The Netherlands

5G Conference

An influential group of organisatAt the moment the European and World community are discussing the usage and impact of 5G for the consumer and industrial market. 5G is needed for a faster and broader bandwidth to service billons of devices.
The industry however needs the same, but industrial companies like to have, besides the features of 5G, a dedicated bandwidth solely for industrial usage to insure Security and Availability of he network.

The industrial users, members of WIB, like to have some answers on questions about 5G like “what, when and how” and can we proactive integrate 5G in our systems? In general what is the impact of 5G in process and production plants?

This we like to discuss with suppliers, integrators, providers and specialists (members and relations of FHI) who already doing business or developing 5G components and systems with the purpose to update and making 5G understandable for the industry. Participants should have an added value on the subject.

It is the intention that this conference is to share relevant knowledge and is not to be seen as a marketing opprtunity.

Please let us know by a sending an email to, if you will attend the 5G conference.

Best regards,

Arnold de Jong and Paul Petersen


Preliminary planning on April 9th

  • 12.00 – 12.30    arrival with lunch
  • 12.30 – 14.30    “What, when and how” for 5G in the industry
  • 14.30 – 15.00    break
  • 15.00 – 17.00    Implementation, integration, safety, security and availability



Leusderend 12
3832 RC Leusden

(for navigation you can use Dodeweg 6)





Use of information/Disclaimer:

Any experiences reported below are subject to the following:

- the reporting WIB member stresses that the reported information is confidential and shall not be shared with any third party

- each company should form its own opinion about the reported products and services; the reporting WIB member(s) did not in any way intend to influence the other companies in their decision making process with respect to the procurement of such products and services.
- nothing may be inferred from reported experiences