ARCIA is holding the next industry dinner and networking event at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide.
ARCIA is holding its fifth annual meeting at Wheelers Hill International in Melbourne, Victoria.
This year's RFUANZ annual meeting and conference was the largest yet.
An extra 30 stands have been added to the exhibition floor after 2010’s outing to cover the expected growth at RadioComms Connect 2011.
Belden APAC's inaugural Hirschmann Mission Critical Network Design Seminar will be held in Thailand this year.
Tait Radio Communications experienced the earthquake aftershock in Christchurch.
Zetron is celebrating 30 years of operation in the Asia-Pacific.
I keep on saying it and now I’m going to say it again - RadioComms Connect was the busiest, the biggest and the best in its relatively brief four-year history. From small beginnings it has grown to last year’s size that even forced onto the concourse of the stadium two companies. But they didn’t seem to worry as people passed to and from on their way to the presentations.
Over two full days, this year’s RadioComms Connect promises to be bigger and better than ever with almost 50 exhibitors, 250 to 300 delegates expected to attend and a gala dinner likely to attract 400.
The fourth, two-day RadComms conference organised by the ACMA, provided an opportunity to hear the latest spectrum developments, participate in open forums and exchange ideas with radio communications professionals from across industry and government.
APCO Australasia has launched its new website that has been redesigned to include new information and services to better meet the needs of members and industry.
Agilent is holding a series of spectrum analyser workshops in major cities across Australia.
For each of the last three years, I seem to have said the same thing - RadioComms Connect is better, bigger, more crowded; there is more enthusiasm, more positive feedback than the last one; and in 2009 I am saying it all over again.
The 2009 Industry Gala Dinner, hosted by ARCIA, at the Palladium in Melbourne drew over 370 radio communications professionals from far and wide this year, demonstrating the industry’s strength despite growing concerns of stability during the financial crisis earlier this year.
Australia’s latest company handling public safety and emergency communications networks, Airwave Solutions Australia, introduced its portfolio of services at the Radio Comms Connect exhibition and conference in Melbourne.