21 July 2014:
The TCCA welcomes the stated commitment of new European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to make much better use of the great opportunities offered by digital technologies.
In his New Start for Europe document, President Juncker states: “…. we will need to have the courage to break down national silos in telecoms regulation, in copyright and data protection legislation, in the management of radio waves and in the application of competition law. … Enhancing the use of digital technologies and online services should become a horizontal policy, covering all sectors of the economy and of the public sector.”
Emergency services have an increasing demand for access to mobile broadband data services for their PPDR operations. The establishment of mission critical mobile broadband data services ideally requires a frequency band located below 1 GHz. An opportunity is opening at 700MHz. This band is today inter alia used by terrestrial broadcasting services, but is expected to be shared or ultimately fully re-allocated to mobile service at the World Radiocommunications Conference in November 2015 (WRC-15).
How do you judge a conference?
By the quality of its speakers.
Despite all the hard work that goes into organising and running an event, any success is down to the willingness of members of the Critical Communications community to share their work and inspire their peers. We are very grateful and proud of all of our speakers who will be bringing the conference to life in Amsterdam. Below is just a small preview of who will be stepping up to the lectern at the NH Grand Hotel Kraznapolsky during Critical Communications Europe.
Meet The Speakers
Key Topics Include
- How Will Innovation Shape The Future Of Critical Communications
- A European Harmonised Spectrum For Broadband PPDR
- SMART Critical Communications: The Smart Santander Project
- Preparing And Investing For Next Generation Networks – Exploring The MVNO Opportunity
- Mass Management And Encryption In Public Safety Critical Communications Networks
- Deploying Critical Communications To Increase Efficiency In The Rail Environment
We look forward to welcoming you to Critical Communications Europe
Critical Communications Europe Team
How To Register
Critical Communications Europe 2014 will bring together experiences and opinions from across the European continent to help develop existing TETRA networks and develop future services and standards. This will be the first opportunity in 2014 to come together as a community with mutual interests to ensure continued excellence in the current European climate.
Registration is now open – Join us for Critical Communications Europe, 10 – 12 March 2014, Amsterdam to hear all about the latest development.
>>> Free to attend for visitors – Click Here to Claim Your Free Pass
>>> 70% discount on the registration for Critical Communications Users – Click Here To Register Your Name
We have now developed the conference agenda, which will highlight two key themes throughout:
- Making sure that existing networks are being used to their fullest operational potential
- Approaching next generation networks with cost effectiveness, practicality and standardisation as a priority
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TETRA is now being deployed in the Americas as THE secure radio choice for the Transit, Airport and Utilities communities. Are you looking to find out more about TETRA’s specific technical attributes and benefits?
Join us for TETRA Congress Americas, 14 – 15 November 2013, New York to hear all about the latest deployments.
>>> FREE TO ATTEND FOR ALL TETRA USERS AND POTENTIAL USERS – CLICK HERE TO CLAIM YOUR FREE PASS
NEW PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
We have recently updated the agenda and added some brand new sessions and speakers to the TETRA Congress Americas program – Download your latest copy here
Industry event to present complete capabilities of critical communications industry
Wednesday 17 April 2013, London, UK
TETRA continues to dominate the critical communications market. Data released by IMS Research (now part of IHS Inc.) shows that 2012 is the third consecutive year for record shipments by manufacturers of TETRA equipment. The technology is being deployed in more regions than ever before, and showing strong acceptance in a growing number of vertical markets.
Reflecting the on-going popularity of the TETRA standard, the industry’s annual Critical Communications World conference and exhibition is expecting a record number of attendees and exhibitors. This year the event takes place in Paris from 21-24 May 2013.
“TETRA is a robust and highly specified standard that has proven its worth time and time again to its users, and to the wider public who depend on critical communications for their safety and security,” said Phil Kidner, CEO of the TETRA and Critical Communications Association (TCCA). “The established leader throughout the world, there are still new markets opening up. These include North America, where we are seeing TETRA being adopted for the first time in the utilities and public transport sectors.” (more…)
Latest news From TCCA (London UK Monday 18 March 2013)
The world’s most dominant mission critical mobile communications standard has further cemented its success. The 750th TETRA interoperability test certificate has been issued by the TETRA & Critical Communications Association (TCCA) test and certification body, marking the 15th year of the process that has driven the global adoption of the TETRA standard. Each certificate issued is for a specific infrastructure-radio terminal combination. There are currently some three million TETRA terminals in use worldwide. (more…)