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In Safer Cities, Powerful Things Can Happen Author: Tunde Williams

Created May 06 2016, 5:00 AM by Paul Jeffs

In Safer Cities, Powerful Things Can Happen - See how at Critical Communications World 2016.

Critical Communications World is arguably the most important annual event for the global Critical Communications community. No other event brings together such a varied international audience of Users, Operators, Developers and Manufacturers under one roof at one time to consider the communications challenges that face Public Safety organisations.are a gold sponsor of the event and are taking a very active part in both the conference and the exhibition.

One of the biggest challenges public safety professionals face is being forced to deal with the unknown. Making the unknown known is about ensuring that the right information gets to the right people, in the right way, at the right time. From a technological perspective, this means extracting actionable information from ever-growing data sources through powerful analytics and delivering intelligence in real-time to connected end user devices.

Come and see us at the exhibition, on stand D9, where you'll see solutions that help Public Safety organisations deal with the unknown. These solutions aggregate disparate data, analyse it and deliver the resulting intelligence to the people that need it. They unlock powerful capabilities by breaking down data silos, unifying TETRA and broadband LTE networks, and enabling a single ecosystem of advanced Public Safety applications.

We will also be showing network operations and services that can help you optimise system performance and reduce risk, allowing you to focus on your strategic mission. These solutions can boost operational efficiency and reduce the complexity of multi-technology, multi vendor communications.

Entrance to the exhibition is free.

In the conference here's my pick of two 'don't miss' sessions for each day:

Wednesday, June 1:

  • 10.00: ‘UK’s Emergency Services Network’ Gordon Shipley, Programme Director, ESMCP, UK Home Office
  • 16.00: Stream B: Professional LTE - Panel Session: ‘What are the challenges of implementing professional LTE and what are the various models for critical communications users?’ Andrew Gill, MSSSI VP

Thursday, June 2:

  • 09.15: Plenary - David Chater-Lea (Vice Chairman, 3GPP SA6) sharing an update on '3GPP Progress in standardising mission critical applications.'
  • 11.50: Keynote - Eduardo Conrado (EVP, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer) on ‘How will Police Officers work in an era of critical communications?’

For a more detailed preview of the show or if you can't make it and want to keep up-to-date, you can bookmark our event microsite here - we'll be sharing videos, news and more, before and during the show, as it unfolds.

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Tunde Williams is Head of Field and Solutions Marketing for Europe and Africa

Tunde is on LinkedIn

 

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