June 24, 2020  - June 24, 2020

Join CBRS Alliance Executive Director Alan Ewing and JMA Wireless’ Director, Solutions Kurt Jacobs for a one hour-long webinar, as they provide an overview of OnGo technology and how it can be used to access private 4G-LTE and 5G wireless networks through the CBRS 3.5 GHz band. The webinar will set the foundation prior to the panel during ENTELEC’s event in August that will detail use cases on how Oil & Gas sponsor members benefit from OnGo networks to improve productivity, accelerate digital transformation and increase security with seamless connectivity using Industry standard based broadband wireless technology.

  • Date/Time: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 – 10:30-11:30am CT
  • Location: Webinar – Register here

Objectives of this webinar:

  1. Provide an overview of OnGo technology
  2. Update on the progress made to deploy an OnGo private 4G-LTE wireless network and where the technology is going in the future
  3. Provide a high-level overview of the different use cases in Oil & Gas segments
  4. Explanation of what to expect from the upcoming Panel at ENTELEC in August


Alan Ewing, Executive Director, CBRS Alliance

Alan is the Executive Director of the CBRS Alliance, an industry consortium of more than 100 wireless and telecom organizations who believe that LTE-based solutions in the 3.5 GHz band, utilizing shared spectrum, can enable both in-building and outdoor coverage and capacity expansion at massive scale.


Kurt Jacobs Director, Solutions, JMA Wireless

Kurt has over 20 years of emerging communication technologies development and system deployment experience.  For JMA he leads solution and ecosystem development activities for mobile connectivity in the enterprise, industrial, government and large venue markets.  He is an active contributor and advisor to numerous industry technology alliances and consortiums to include the Alliance for Telecommunication Industry Solutions, CBRS Alliance, FCC and other 5G initiatives for Smart City, Smart Building, Connected Car, IoT and UAS.  Kurt’s previous companies include NEC and technology startups in the enterprise communications market. He recently retired from a 30 year active and reserve duty career as a US Navy officer serving in numerous global assignments.