Learn, Define And Develop The Evolution Of Critical Communications


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Critical Communications Middle East, 15 – 17 September, Dubai, UAE,will fully evaluate the key technology options for Mission Critical Communications Users, including TETRA and LTE.  

The conference programme will help you to understand more about User requirements for Mission Critical Mobile Broadband and the delivery options for future Critical Communications networks. It will examine what kind of data applications you can use today with existing TETRA networks and will also focus on future network functionality and applications. Download the full agenda here

The Middle East is leading the way in deploying Mission Critical Mobile Broadband networks and services. Click below to watch a presentation given by Brigadier Eng. Ali Al-Henzab (Qatar MOI) at the TETRA World Congress in 2012.  The presentation outlines plans to overlay TETRA with LTE 

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Don’t miss the following panel sessions and presentations, where Qatar MOI will share details of their progress in developing TETRA + LTE since 2012


Tuesday 17th September

11.45 PANEL DISCUSSION: Evaluating The Mobile Broadband Requirements Of Critical Communication Users In The Middle East

Panellists Include:

  • Hassan Elkhoadairy, Telecoms & IT Consultant – Police Communication Department, MOI-EGYPT 
  • Brigadier (Eng) Ali Henzab, Director Of Telecoms Department, Qatar MOI

12.10 Overlaying TETRA With LTE – Learning From The Real Experiences of Qatar MOI

  • Ged Robinson, Technical Advisor, Qatar MOI

Make sure you do not miss out on the chance to take away new knowledge and contacts from 3 days of conferencesessions, training, networking and exhibition

To register as a delegate – click here

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