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Critical Communications Europe

10/03/2014 08:00 - 12/03/2014 17:00
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HostNH Grand Hotel Kraznapolsky
VenueAmsterdam, Netherlands
RegionGlobal

TCCA and IIR Telecoms, are proud to introduce the latest addition to the industry leading Critical Communications World Series Events:

Critical Communications Europe 2014

Join us in Amsterdam from 10th - 12th March 2014 to learn and network with key members of the Critical Communications industry, including Regulators, End Users, Operators, Network and Terminal Manufacturers and Application Developers from around the globe!

The European Critical Communications Community represents network development projects at various different stages of deployment. Despite, the UK Home Office looking to operate a full LTE solution for as early as 2016, Europe is far from done with TETRA. Alongside Germany moving closer to completing the world’s largest TETRA network, Europe also boasts several other TETRA projects in advanced phases.

This meeting is focused exclusively on the European Community, and will look to address continuing excellence and innovation using the TETRA standard under European regulation and advance the discussion on LTE strategies. 

 

-Hear updates from Europe’s major critical communications national network rollouts and how they are ensuring resilience and reliability for their users

-Explore how best to make use of a critical communications network through developing training programmes, promoting interoperability and making efficient use of currently available tools 

-Understand how to plan and manage large scale events, as well as devising a robust strategy and infrastructure to cope with major unplanned incidents

-Get involved in shaping the future of mobile broadband for critical communications

-Define what your requirements actually are for mobile broadband

-Explore what options are currently available to start utilising mobile broadband applications

-Learn how new technologies such as smart phones, Google Glass and SmartCity projects might influence the future of critical communications 

 

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