Critical Communications World 2015 Programme Announced

By Caroline Rees / 30 Mar 2015
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Critical Communications World 2015
The agenda for the 17th Critical Communications World conference in Barcelona has been finalised and is set to be a must-attend event for critical communications professionals. Hosted by the TETRA World Congress, the event aims to provide answers to key questions on developing and delivering effective mission critical communications. Highlights include:

  • 200+ presentations – interviews, discussions and seminars on both public safety and commercial critical communications usage
  • Networking with 4000+ participants
  • An exhibition of 130+ companies, showcasing the latest equipment and solutions.

The event will bring together an international audience of users, operators, developers and manufacturers, all under one roof. This year’s Congress programme will not only showcase the latest TETRA User case studies and innovations, but will also explore critical broadband technologies and solutions. Delegates will hear how mobile broadband technologies (specifically LTE) can be combined with secure radio services to meet the future voice and data requirements of Mission Critical Users.

Senior figures from the Critical Communications community will share their information and experience and the agenda offers insights on exciting projects and implementations from the following organisations:

Abertis Telecom, Airwave, Astrid, BDBOS, Copenhagen Fire Department, Croatian MOI, DNK, Drones For Good, Dubai Police G.H.Q, EE, Finnish Defence Forces, French Ministry of Interior, German Armed Forces, GE Transportation Systems, Hong Kong Police, Itelazpi, National Emergency Supply Agency Finland, Neste Oil Rally, Neydarlinan 112, Policía De La Provincia De Entre Ríos, Rakel, RESCAN, RESCAT, Rome Municipality, Royal Brunei Police Force, Secretariat of Public Security of Rio de Janeiro State, SIRDEE, SNCF, Suomen, Virveverkko, Telefonica UK, Toronto Transit Commission, Transportadora de Gas del Peru, Vodafone Group.

Register to attend the Critical Communications World exhibition: Entry is free of charge.
Register to attend the full Critical Communications World conference as a delegate:

Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact
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