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Critical Communications Middle East | 14 – 16 September 2014, Dubai – Meet The Speakers

CCW_MidEast

Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai

14 – 16 September 2014 (Conference)
15 – 16 September 2014 (Exhibition)

 

LEARN ABOUT THE ADVANCES IN CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS FROM 50+ SPEAKERS

Join us for the 2nd Annual Critical Communications Middle East and learn about the advances in Critical Communications from 50+ Speakers. Hear presentations on Public Safety, TETRA, Critical Broadband Communications, LTE, Mission Critical Communications for Oil and Gas Users, Data Applications in Action.

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Airbus Group takes off into 2014 with joint brand

Toulouse, 02 January 2014

EADS rebranded as Airbus Group

Divisions named Airbus, Airbus Defence and Space, and Airbus Helicopters
Airbus Group targets conversion of legal form into European
Company SE by 2015

Airbus Group

Taking off into the New Year, the EADS group has been rebranded
as “Airbus Group”. Uniting all its activities under a single and strong
brand, Airbus Group also renames two of its three Divisions. Going
forward, the Group is home to:
Airbus, focussing on commercial aircraft activities;
Airbus Defence and Space, integrating the Group’s defence and
space activities from Cassidian, Astrium, and Airbus Military;
Airbus Helicopters, comprising all commercial and military helicopter activities.

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Cassidian’s technology secures communications during Swedish princess’s wedding

 

  • Rakel system operated by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency ensured network availability at all sensitive locations despite demanding requirements
  • Detailed security preparation began in December last year

Stockholm, 24 June 2013 – During the royal wedding of Princess Madeleine of Sweden to Christopher O’Neill in Stockholm on 8 June, the Swedish security forces relied on Cassidian’s radio communication technology in order to ensure that all activities went smoothly and to guarantee the safety of all participants. Using the Swedish nationwide TETRA radio communication system Rakel, which is provided by Cassidian and operated by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, the Stockholm Police together with the Swedish Security Service were responsible for the safety of some 470 high-ranking guests, such as royals and politicians from around the world who attended the wedding, as well as for securing the Swedish capital during the festivities. (more…)

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