Mission Critical Communications ACCF_TCCA-Nokia Presentation for Telsoc Briefing 26Feb19
Kevin Graham, director of the Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), chapter of The international Critical Communication Association (TCCA) will update TelSoc members and guests on the progress of mission critical broadband.
Kevin’s talk will outline the needs, challenges and solutions and explains how critical communications are integrating into the new standards and what directions and levels of integration we can see with other forms of Telecommunications in the future.
For this presentation Kevin will be supported by fellow ACCF/TCCA director Sohan Domingo and joined by others from the TCCA in giving this speech, which will be broadcast live around Australia, including a venue in Sydney.
Mission Critical Broadband – Public Safety and Emergency Organisations’ Communications Integration into 4G/5G
“In the past First Responders and others requiring Mission Critical Communications have used their own networks based on two-way radio. With increasing demand for broadband this is no longer the optimal solution. Attempts in the past to use “Push-to-Talk” (PTT) on cellular networks have been less than optimal, but with the work of ETSI, 3GPP and other standardisation bodies, the needs of these users have been integrated into 4G and 5G standards. This talk outlines the needs, challenges and solutions and explains how critical communications are integrating into the new standards and what directions and levels of integration we can see with other forms of Telecommunications in the future.”
When: Tue, 26 Feb 2019 – 12:30pm to 01:30pm AEDT
Location: Telstra Experience Centre, 1st Floor, 242 Exhibition St
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Fee: Non-members: $15.00; Financial members: No charge (full discount when logged in). For more information https://telsoc.org/events/vic
About TelSoc https://telsoc.org/about_telsoc
TelSoc is an Australian Telecommunications Association that embraces all those in the broader telecommunications community: Engineering, Information Technology, Academia, Students, Sales & Marketing, Legal, Manufacturers, Media, Service Providers, Corporates, Government & Regulatory, SMEs, Consultants and others.
TelSoc Vision: Telecommunications plays an increasingly central and critical role in the fabric of our modern digital society and TelSoc exists to maximise the effectiveness of telecommunications in Australia.
TelSoc’s mission is to provide a focus for Australian Telecommunications in the following areas: The dissemination of new information, To encourage productive debate, A platform to illuminate what the future holds,
To stress the importance of excellence in Telecommunications,
To provide professional networking between people in all roles in the Telecommunications Community, To enable lifelong learning in Telecommunications for all related professionals
TelSoc believes in the importance of: Taking pride in the Telecommunications industry or profession, Good decisions made on the best possible information
Professionalism in what we do and enable, Even-handed, factually based, well-argued alternative views, A multidisciplinary approach, involving all roles in the Telecommunications Community, Enthusiasm in all things
The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ATCCF) is a chapter of The Critical Communications Association (TCCA) which represents all standard mobile critical communications technologies and complementary applications. TCCA is a market partner of 3GPP and ETSI global standardisation organisations.
ATCCF/TCCA members are drawn from end users, operators and industry across the globe. We believe in and promote the principle of open and competitive markets worldwide through the use of open standards and harmonised spectrum. For more information please visit www.criticalcommsforum.com.au and https://tcca.info/