The Critical Communications World 2021 conference call for content deadline has been extended to 26 April. This follows the recent rescheduling of the event – which will take place in Madrid - to November of this year.
Speaking of the decision, organisers MA Exhibitions said: “After consultation with TCCA and key partners, we can confirm that the new deadline for the CCW call for content is Monday 26 April. This will give contributors the chance to submit proposals with the most up-to-date developments and innovations.
“Thanks go to all who have already submitted. They will also have the chance to review and update proposals by the deadline, if they wish to.”
The theme of the event is 'Protect, enhance, envision, advance: Exploring the potential of new technology whilst preserving and improving the best of today.' Topics include the ongoing transition from narrowband to broadband, cybersecurity, testing, the role of commercial operators, user needs and expectations, control rooms and more.
The deadline for CCW proposals is 26 April 2021. Submit yours by clicking here, or send your queries to Lisa Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Critical Communications World 2021 will take place at the IFEMA in Madrid, on 3-5 November.
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