ACCF holding workshops at Comms Connect on 17 October


Thursday, 21 September, 2023

ACCF holding workshops at Comms Connect on 17 October

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF) and The Critical Communications Association (TCCA) have a longstanding and successful association with the organisers of the Comms Connect events in Australia and New Zealand in support of the wireless industry in the Australasian/Oceania region. In support of Comms Connect Melbourne 2023, the ACCF chapter of TCCA is presenting two comprehensive workshops featuring expert speakers from around the world.

The workshop programs are focused on technology developments and user requirements that are driving global change in mission-critical communications and provide knowledge sharing and comprehensive updates in specific topic areas that include cybersecurity, satellite communications, and the rollout and deployment of critical broadband networks in Australia and around the world, along with the lessons learned.

Hear from a unique line-up of critical communications leaders and innovators from Australia, USA, Canada, Europe and New Zealand who will discuss vital developments, challenges and what the future holds for the sector. There will be panel discussions and time for the audience to put their questions to the expert presenters, who include James Pickens, NSW Telco Authority; Steven Tsikaris, Victorian Treasury & Finance Dept; Brett Pearson and Steven Walker, WA Police; Lincoln Mackay, Hourua New Zealand; Jeff Bratcher, FirstNet USA; Phil Crnko, PSBN Canada; Dereck Orr, Brianna Huettel and Simon Ledgerwood, NIST/PSCR USA; Julian Gorman, GSMA APAC; Andreas Heschl, Frequentis; Gösta Kallner, 450Alliance; Selim Bouri, Airbus; Ashley Neale, Vocus; Jonathan Brine, Neha Dhyani and Bhuvnesh Tyagi, Nokia; and Kevin Graham, TCCA.

With some 160 members globally, TCCA drives the development and promotion of standardised mission- and business-critical LMR and the transition to critical broadband LTE/4G/5G technologies globally to satisfy the needs of critical radio users now and in the future. TCCA is a market partner of the 3GPP and ETSI and other industry standardisation and certification bodies globally. TCCA/ACCF members design, manufacture, build, implement, utilise, analyse, promote and deploy standardised critical communications worldwide.

Comms Connect Melbourne 2023 unites mission-critical and business-critical end-users with manufacturers and suppliers for three days of inspiration, knowledge and connections and allows visitors to view the latest technology and forge new business relationships with partners from across the region and globe. To book your tickets for the AM and PM workshops, visit: https://melbourne.comms-connect.com.au/pricing-registration/.

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