The World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) has concluded its deliberations, with around 3300 participants, representing 162 out of ITU’s 193 Member States attending the four-week conference from 2 to 27 November. The outcomes of WRC-15 are aimed at maintaining a stable, predictable and universally applied regulatory environment that secures long-term investments for the multi-trillion dollar ICT industry. interview with François Rancy, Director, BR, ITU Radiocommunication Bureau
Interview with Mr. François Rancy, Director, Radiocommunication Bureau (BR), ITU
Q: “The WRC has been in session for over 4 weeks in Geneva through the month of November, and we have had something like over 3300 delegates, from over 160 countries. Why is the conference so long?
Q:” So, what are the key outcomes of WRC-15?”
Q: “Who, would you say, will benefit the most from this decisions taken at the WRC -15?”
Q:“What are the next steps in translating the decisions into action?”
Q: “And the outlook on the future for ICT industry and users, where do we go from here?
Q: “So WRC-15 has paved the way for the future? “