Comms Connect Melbourne program announced
The program for Comms Connect Melbourne 2019 conference and exhibition has been released, with full details of all speaker sessions, panel discussions, workshops and social events.
This year’s event will kick off with a series of workshops on Tuesday, 26 November, covering topics such as:
- Microwave radio
- Lightning protection and earthing systems
- Sensors, smart cities and control rooms
- LMR and broadband technologies
- Mapping and GIS fundamentals
On the following two days, a range of local and international experts will speak on a wide range of topics, covering the gamut of 21st-century communications.
There will be a large contingent of international speakers in the public safety space, including representatives from FirstNet, the Public Safety Technology Alliance, Safe-Net Forum, BroadWay, TCCA and more. And of course, Australia’s public safety mobile broadband efforts will be front and centre too.
The full range of communications technologies will be put under the microscope, from LMR to DMR, LTE to 5G, satellite to Wi-Fi and more.
The exhibition hall will have more than 100 exhibitors all eager to show off the latest and greatest solutions, and keen to speak with the expected 1500 delegates who will attend across the two days of the conference and exhibition.
And don’t forget that ARCIA’s annual Gala Dinner and awards presentation night will be held on the evening of the first conference day, Wednesday, 27 November.
This year, Comms Connect will be co-located with the annual conference and exhibition of BICSI South Pacific, the peak industry body representing designers and installers of information and communications technology systems.
BICSI South Pacific’s membership encompasses ICT professionals in the commercial and government sectors, with interests spanning not just voice and data but also audio, video, life safety and automation systems.
This year’s conference and exhibition will enable delegates to experience presentations from local and international thought leaders on numerous important topical issues, such as:
- Standards and regulations
- IoT, smart buildings and smart cities
- Data centres
- 5G infrastructure
In addition there will be content on infrastructure for intelligent transport and autonomous vehicles; Power over Ethernet and digital power; wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Li-Fi and free-space optics; and intellectual property.
For information on the BICSI event, please visit the BICSI South Pacific website.
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