Preview TVs and phones powered by Firefox OS and demos such as an NFC payment prototype at the Mozilla booth. Hear Mozilla speakers discuss privacy, innovation for inclusion and future of the internet.
Panasonic unveiled their new line of 4K Ultra HD TVs powered by Firefox OS at their convention in Frankfurt today. The Panasonic 2015 4k UHD (Ultra HD) LED VIERA TV, which will be shipping this spring, will also be showcased at Mozilla’s stand at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. Like last year, Firefox OS will take its place in Hall 3, Stand 3C30, alongside major operators and device manufacturers.
In addition to the Panasonic TV and the latest Firefox OS smartphones announced, visitors have the opportunity to learn more about Mozilla’s innovation projects during talks at the “Fox Den” at Mozilla’s stand, Hall 3, Stand 3C30. Just one example from the demo program:
Mozilla, in collaboration with its partners at Deutsche Telekom Innovation Labs (centers in Silicon Valley and Berlin) and T-Mobile Poland, developed the design and implementation of Firefox OS’s NFC infrastructure to enable several applications including mobile payments, transportation services, door access and media sharing. The mobile wallet demo covering ‘MasterCard® Contactless’ technology together with few non-payment functionalities will be showcased in “FoxDen” talks.
Visit www.firefoxos.com/mwc for the full list of topics and schedule of “Fox Den” talks.
Schedule of Events and Speaking Appearances
Hear from Mozilla executives on trending topics in mobile at the following MWC keynote panel sessions:
‘Digital Inclusion: Connecting an additional one billion people to the mobile internet’ Seminar
Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation Mark Surman will join a seminar that will explore the barriers and opportunities relating to the growth of mobile connectivity in developing markets, particularly in rural areas.
Date: Monday 2 March 12:00 – 13:30 CET
Location: GSMA Seminar Theatre CC1.1
‘Ensuring User-Centred Privacy in a Connected World’ Panel
Denelle Dixon-Thayer, SVP of business and legal affairs at Mozilla, will take part in a session that explores user-centric privacy in a connected world
Date: Monday, 2 March 16:00 – 17:30 CET
Location: Hall 4, Auditorium 3
‘Innovation for Inclusion’ Keynote Panel
Mozilla Executive Chairwoman and Co-Founder Mitchell Baker will discuss how mobile will continue to empower individuals and societies.
Date: Tuesday, 3 March 11:15 – 12:45 CET
Location: Hall 4, Auditorium 1 (Main Conference Hall)
‘Connected Citizens, Managing Crisis’ Panel
Mark Surman, Executive Director of the Mozilla Foundation, will contribute to a panel on how mobile technology is playing an increasingly central role in shaping responses to some of the most critical humanitarian problems facing the global community today.
Date: Tuesday, 3 March 14:00 – 15:30 CET
Location: Hall 4, Auditorium 2
‘Defining the Future of the Internet’ Panel
Andreas Gal, CTO at Mozilla, will take part in a session that explores the future of the Internet, bringing together industry leaders to the forefront of the net neutrality debate.
Date: Wednesday, 4 March 15:15 – 16:15 CET
Location: Hall 4, Auditorium 5
- Please visit Mozilla and experience Firefox OS in Hall 3, Stand 3C30, at the Fira Gran Via, Barcelona from March 2-5, 2015.
- To learn more about Mozilla at MWC, please visit: firefoxos.com/mwc
- For further details or to schedule a meeting at the show please contact email@example.com.
- For additional resources, such as high-resolution images and b-roll video, visit: https://blog.mozilla.org/press.
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