Written by Emma Lawton • Published 28th February 2018 • 2 minute read

That time of year has come around once again – MWC has arrived. The biggest event in the mobile calendar, MWC 2018 will bring mobile network operators, leading tech brands and disruptive start-ups together for a week of exhibitions, industry talks and knowledge sharing in the Barcelona sun.

This year, 8 core themes have been chosen that highlight the ever-diversifying and fast-paced landscape of mobile; the most prevalent being the 4th Industrial Revolution and Tech in Society. Here are our top exhibitors who are leading the way in these arenas.


Returning for a second year, SafeToNet are continuing to keep children safe online with their innovative app. Harnessing self-learning algorithms that mimic human language using data mining, pattern recognition and natural language, the app identifies and blocks cyber-bullying, abuse and grooming online. A true example of those leading the Tech in Society space.

Unmanned Life

It’s undoubtable that drones have arrived, and their use will only become more prolific over the coming years. Unmanned Life’s Autonomy-as-a-Service (AaaS) platform will provide an on-demand, scalable and agile Autonomous Workforce, made of drones, robots and IoT devices working together to deliver Industry 4.0 solutions. Their aim is to drive disruptive change across multiple sectors to enable the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Kumardev Chatterjee, CEO, Unmanned Life

In the not too distant future our skies will be filled with autonomous drones. Unmanned.Life, the first ever organisation to utilise 5G autonomy, shares their groundbreaking technology. Founder and CEO Kumardev Chatterjee, introduces us to the rise of the machines. http://cnn.it/2Epp4Jz#TechnologyisGREAT #MWC18

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Smartpipe Solutions

Big Data may have been around for a while now, but there are still many businesses who don’t know how to make the most out of their data. Smartpipe Solutions is leading the way in network data monetisation. Their patented technology enables real-time network data profile matching, that crucially is both secure and privacy compliant, allowing businesses to create a holistic customer profile.


With 78% of the public feeling that brands don’t understand them, businesses must do more to understand what their customer is looking for – especially as we enter Industry 4.0. Pixoneye are harnessing the power of on-device photo analysis to help businesses do just that.

Airtime Rewards

Smartphones are ubiquitous with communication in our society, yet there are still a number of pain points – paying costly phone bills being one. Airtime Rewards aims to solve this issue by taking the cost out of owning a smartphone. Through partnerships with well-known retailers, mobile owners can shop as normal while earning discounts on their monthly phone bill.


Bringing a new approach to health monitoring, Careviz aims to improve the lives of cancer patients through a social health app that brings together the tools and services needed from diagnosis to recovery. Providing a much-needed community, as well as quality advice and easy symptoms monitoring, the platform is bringing health care into the digital age while keeping the personal touch.


Traditional business phones have been plagued with inefficiencies for too long now. As we enter Industry 4.0, that companies that ultimately succeed will be those that are both efficient and professional. CircleLoop is here to help those businesses, providing a cloud-based phone software solution to help them be more productive, save money and make a good impression to clients.

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