Critical Communications Europe 2017 (8-9 February) will bring together industry leaders, subject matter experts, decision makers and pioneering project leads for two days of high-level, exclusive discussions, debates, case studies, roundtables and panels.
The conference has been engineered to help end users navigate future critical communications in the short term and long term. The conference will revolve around a number of topics relevant to all European end users such as the various approaches to take with broadband, the need for closer collaboration, and the paths towards an efficient and effective work force.
Critical Communications Europe will also provide free content for visitors, on the show floor. The two-day agenda will display a number of the technologies and solutions currently on the market accompanied by a number of end user case studies and lessons learnt.
Tero Personen, Chairman, TCCA Broadband Group said: “TETRA has been a great blessing to Europe in terms of interoperability. For the first time an advanced technology with technical interoperability enabling competitive multivendor market became available providing greater choice, lower price and higher quality as well as unforeseen richness in functionality.
Right now international is the third layer introduced in very serious fashion between Norway and Sweden.
“All these interoperability layers are required in Europe to provide safety and security. Ensuring this also when moving into an era of mission critical broadband era is one of the key tasks for user organisations, public safety operators, industry and nation states to work on together.”
Critical Communications Europe 2017 is presented by the TETRA and Critical Communications Association, in partnership with KNect365. This year’s major sponsors include Airbus (Gold Sponsor), Motorola (Gold Sponsor), Bittium (Silver Sponsor) and Thales (Silver Sponsor).
For more information and to register, please visit: https://tmt.knect365.com/critical-communications-europe/
The two-day event is being held at the Bella Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark.