Learn, Define And Develop The Evolution Of Critical Communications


14-16 September 2014, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai

Following the success of Critical Communications World in Singapore, we now look ahead to our next event, Critical Communications Middle East, Dubai,14-16 September.

A year on from Critical Communications Middle East 2013, there has been significant progress in Mission-Critical LTE and further demonstration that TETRA still forms the backbone of a fit-for-purpose Critical Communications network in many instances. The conference will highlight developments, present innovations and continue discussions to ensure a complete learning opportunity for delegates.

Early Highlights Include:

  • Nedaa demonstrating Mission-Critical mobile broadband
  • Captain Al Khanbashi, of the Abu Dhabi Police, leading the Solution Providers panel assessing multiple aspects of Mission-Critical mobile broadband
  • Chairman of the TCCA, Phil Godfrey, presenting the forecast for the next ten years of TETRA
  • Hannu Aronsson, chair of the TCCA Applications working group, will be going over 3rd party TETRA applications and the benefit they can have in extending the life of existing networks
  • Soliman Al-Walaie and Fayez Khulaiwi of Saudi Aramco will be presenting on LTE for industrial applications
  • Moin Rahman, will share his work with High Velocity Human Factors and the tremendous operational impact they can have
  • Peter Spourgitis will be presenting the Saudi Bell case study of TETRA use in Airports

To find out more and to register as a Congress Delegate or FREE to attend exhibition visitor click here 

Look out for the event brochure coming soon!


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