Mobile comms comes of age

Thursday, 26 April, 2007

As reliance on mobile communications devices grows, public safety, emergency services, law enforcement, defence and essential services organisations are using them more strategically to improve effective decision making and access critical information.

The Fleet Mobile Integrated Comms conference, on 28-30 May in Sydney, will look at how these organisations and agencies are achieving and managing intelligent mobile communications strategies "” from both a technological and operational perspective.

The event will review the emerging mobile technologies (radio, data, satellite, wireless, GIS) network applications, spectrum and regulatory issues and explore what's around the corner.

Paul Harris, from the Victorian Bureau of Emergency Services Telecommunications, will open the conference with a discussion of "the converged future'"” integration of video, voice and data, and the futureproofing of government networks.

Other speakers include Col Stephen Bottcher, Defence's director of operations support, Dr Bjorn Landfeldt, from the University of Sydney's School of Information Technologies and Insp Andrew Henderson of Western Australia Police.

For further information, visit: www.iir.com.au/fleet/.

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