Areas of expertise: M2M, communications in transportation, energy, healthcare, public safety and smart home, using cellular, packet radio, satellite, Wi-Fi, narrowband.
“Telecoms has a central and enabling role in transforming the world’s largest industries.”
Sheridan Nye is a Senior Analyst with the Enterprise Verticals practice of Informa Telecoms & Media. She analyzes demand for sector-specific solutions in energy, healthcare, public sector and transport sectors.
Sheridan follows developments across multiple enterprise industries, requiring an understanding of technological, economic, political and social forces that drive demand for communications. She also manages Informa’s Enterprise Verticals Activity Monitor, which tracks operator performance by sector.
Sheridan joined Informa Telecoms & Media after pursuing doctoral research in telecoms and climate change at the Science Policy Research Unit of the University of Sussex.
Previously, Sheridan was a senior consultant for ICT and Climate Change, a UK-based boutique agency. Between 2000 and 2004, she was an analyst at OSS Observer and RHK Inc. in the United States. Earlier roles include Editor of Satellite Week and US Correspondent for Communications Week International, and she was a member of the start-up team for the Total Telecom news service. She began her career as a Broadcast Engineer for BBC News in London.
Education and affiliation: Sheridan holds a Masters degree in Public Policy for Science, Technology and Innovation; an Honors degree in Media Studies and a Higher National Diploma in Broadcast Engineering. She has a working knowledge of Spanish.