Free Bitesize event coming in November
Coming up in November will be a free 2½-hour online Bitesize event presented by the Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF) chapter of the TCCA.
The topic will be ‘Latest innovations in LMR, PSMB, critical broadband and control rooms’ and will be broadcast on the 23rd November from 12.00 to 14.30 pm AEDT.
While the topic sounds too comprehensive for only 2½ hours, the list of speakers will do the topic justice. Registrants will hear directly from users and technology suppliers on the evolution of standardised, mission-critical LMR and broadband and what new technologies will drive change in the ecosystem in Australia and abroad.
These Bitesize sessions are curated to give the latest insights to those on the frontline, as well as procurement and commissioning managers in charge of strategic planning. This event is free for all to attend.
Topics covered include:
- Australian public safety mobile broadband update
- global technology developments driving change in critical comms
- delivering Australia’s critical networks now and in the future
- global trends in control room solution
- status of 3GPP/ETSI and TIA/ANSI (US) developments
- overview of the global technology evolution and standardisation in mission critical communications
Presenters will include: James Corkhill, Chief Technology Officer, NSW Telco Authority; Peter Hudson, Chief Technology Officer, Sepura; Peter Scarlata, Chief Executive, Simoco Wireless Solutions Australasia; Sohan Domingo, Lead Solutions Strategist, TAIT Communications; Dr Robert Joyce, CTO, Nokia Oceania Region; Ranjan Bhagat, Vice President and GM, Zetron AsiaPacific; Kevin Graham, ACCF Director, TCCA CEO elect; and Roger Kane, Managing Director Vicom, plus Chairman ACCF.
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