Registration is open for CCW 2020

By Jonathan Nally
Tuesday, 08 September, 2020

Registration is open for CCW 2020

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Critical Communications Week conference and exhibition will take the form of online sessions spread over five days from 2–6 November. Participants will be able to view the sessions live or catch up with them later on demand.

The annual event, organised by TCCA, brings together experts from around the world to discuss and debate topical issues in the critical communications sector.

Leaders and experts from communications firms large and small, as well as academia and industry group representatives, will present the latest updates on technology and policy issues.

Topics to be covered include 5G, broadband, public safety, standardisation, security, networking, new and future technologies, certification, LMR, drones and more.

The communications problems experienced by first responders during last summer’s Australian bushfires will be a leading topic of discussion.

Registration for Critical Communications Week is free. You can view the full program by clicking here.

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