A study jointly released by InterDigital and Omdia revealed the need for new quality of "personal” experience (QoPE) metrics to measure the success of 6G-enabled services. Based on research from Carnegie Mellon University’s Human Computer Interaction Institute and a variety of industry interviews, the study reveals that future 6G services will be capable of engaging our spectrum of human senses and unlock more fully immersive cyber-physical experiences. 6G will shift the focus of wireless value creation from traditional connectivity to enabling personalized experiences that can be delivered anywhere, requiring new metrics to appreciate this new potential. The future may pose unique challenges for telecom operators and industry at large unless the 6G opportunity is fully understood.
This webinar will feature expert perspectives from academia, research, and industry; each representing a critical pillar with expertise to help define and quantify the quality of new sensory-enhanced experiences enabled by 6G. The discussion will include Omdia analyst and report author Camille Mendler, InterDigital’s Director of Technology Strategy Donald Butts, and Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Human-Computer Interaction (MCHI) Product Designer Gabriel Alvarez.