The Australasian Critical Communications Forum and the TCCA workshop at Comms2019Connect in Sydney on the 12th of June.

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum and the TCCA conducts a workshop at Comms2019Connect in Sydney on the 12th of June.

With the support of international and Australian industry experts and speakers the ACCF/TCCA offer a workshop program that will cover “Critical communications standards supporting a multi-vendor and interoperable environment for all mission and business critical sectors”

Workshop sessions will cover the following topics:

  • Hear how digital narrowband TETRA, DMR and P25 mission-critical wireless standards continue to dominate deployments globally and how the growth of broadband is firmly on the agenda of many organisations running mission-critical communications services.
  • Learn how the industry continues to meet needs of government, public safety, transport, utilities, mining & resources, industrial and enterprise sectors with new solutions.
  • Speakers will provide useful insights and practical examples of progress and options for existing and mission critical 4G/5G 3GPP broadband and why mission critical broadband standards are a vital foundation for how organisations will communicate and underpin industrial revolution and support smart cities.
  • The ACCF/TCCA workshop will be concluded with a Q&A Panel Session “Driving the next generation critical communications, use cases/customer requirements/ open standards” This session will be supported by workshop speakers from TCCA, ACCF, Tait, Nokia, Airbus, Finnish M/C industry & government representatives, SafeNet Forum Korea and the FirstNet U.S acting CEO.

The Comms Connect conference and exhibition is a don’t-miss opportunity for those in the business- and mission-critical communications sector to come together and share and learn from one another.

Attend expert panel sessions, in-depth workshops and solutions-focused sessions, or simply visit the free exhibition.

Join us at Comms Connect Sydney

Australasian Critical Communications Forum