Mapping the roll-out of the next generations of digital communications systems
Mobile and fixed telecommunications provide essential connectivity. We have assembled vast datasets of the extend of digital networks in the UK and around the world. We analyse these data to advise on optimal arrangements for roll-out of the next generations of digital infrastructure. We analyse the vulnerability of these networks to the impacts of climatic extremes, like hurricanes.
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Oughton, E.J., Ralph, D., Pant, R., Leverett, E., Copic, J., Thacker, S., Dada, R., Ruffle, S., Tuveson, M. and Hall, J.W. (2019) Stochastic Counterfactual Risk Analysis for the Vulnerability Assessment of Cyber‐Physical Attacks on Electricity Distribution Infrastructure Networks, Risk Analysis.
Oughton, E., Frias, Z., Russell, T., Sicker, D. and Cleevely, D.D. (2018) Towards 5G: Scenario-based assessment of the future supply and demand for mobile telecommunications infrastructure, Technological Forecasting and Social Change.