The organisers of Critical Communications Week have announced that all presentations from the event are being made available from this week.
Speaking of the move, a spokesperson for Mark Allen Exhibitions said: “CCWeek was a landmark event, and we're excited to now be able to share every session from across its five days.
“Those wishing to access content can do so via the online programme. Simply click on the sessions you wish to see to gain hours of insight into the latest developments within the critical communications sector.”
CCWeek featured numerous expert speakers, covering a wide range of topics including TETRA, 5G, AI, drones, and more. Presenters included Ericsson’s global head of mission critical networks Manuel Ruiz, Nokia public safety business consultant Marc Balliet, Motorola senior vice president of technology Paul Steinberg and many more.
Ruiz focussed on 'the journey to mission critical 4G and 5G,' highlighting in particular the importance of consulting with users, as well as discussing MNO's increasing willingness to become involved in the public safety sector. "The market momentum is very interesting now," he said.
Taking place on the same day Ruiz' presentation meanwhile, chair of the TCCA Technical Forum Harald Ludwig as co-led a session discussing the recent progress of the ETSI MCX Plugtests programme. According to him, the fifth Plugtest, which took place remotely earlier this year, consisted of 1,300 test cases executed across over 170 sessions. There was a 95 per cent success rate.
As well as the main conference programme, the event also featured a whole day dedicated to sponsor organisation Critical Communications Finland. This included presentations centred around the ongoing roll-out of Virve 2.0, the country’s burgeoning mission critical broadband network.
To view the CCW conference content, register for free here.
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