Organisers: CCW 2021 will be a landmark event

The organisers of this year’s Critical Communications World have stated that that they have high hopes for the show, taking place next week in Madrid.

Speaking in a statement, a spokesperson said: “Taking place from 3-5 November at the IFEMA in Madrid, CCW 2021 will include a world class conference featuring some of the most important thought leaders operating within the global critical communications sector. The theme for the sessions this year is ‘protect, enhance, envision, advance,’ reflecting both the enormous technological developments currently taking place within the sector, alongside the urgent need to retain what already works now.

“The exhibition floor meanwhile will be packed with some of the biggest technology manufacturers in the world, ready to do business face-to-face after two long years away. These include show sponsors Motorola Solutions, Leonardo, Hytera, Ericsson and many more.”

New features at the event include the ‘Government Authorities Global Village’ which organisers describe as “providing a forum for national critical communications projects from around the world to come together and discuss ideas and best practice.” CCW 2021 will also mark the first time that the event has been fully supported online, with conference sessions being streamed live.

Speaking of the importance of the show, TCCA Board Chair, Mladen Vratonjić, said: “After more than two years, CCW in Madrid will be an opportunity for colleagues and friends to see each other, face-to-face at the world’s most important event in the field of critical telecommunications. This is significant because the best ideas and solutions are born when people are together.

“Despite these difficult times, our sector has been very active. Intensive work has continued in terms of defining the future development of critical telecommunications, in the field of standardisation as well as in the implementation of new solutions. This will all be reflected at CCW 2021.”

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