María José Tarazón
Subdirectora General de Infraestructuras
Dirección General de Tecnologías de la Información – DGTI
The International Critical Communications Community will return to Europe for the 18th Critical Communications World, incorporating TETRA World Congress.
By joining us in Amsterdam you will benefit from being at the heart of 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.
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Australian Public Safety
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Chief Telecommunication Engineer
Hong Kong Police
Having delivered our biggest CCW to date in Barcelona with a 15% increase in exhibition space, there has never been a more telling time that CCW is the chosen forum for Critical Communications professionals globally.
However, our work does not stop here! CCW 2016 will take us to the RAI in Amsterdam; a buzzing city in the heart of Europe. Staying in Europe for a second year will ensure we deliver the growth you have told us you would like to see in terms of attracting more visitors and widening the critical communications ecosystem. This covers key markets which are important to you including end users from vertical sectors such as transportation, oil & gas, mining and enterprise.
We have dedicated time researching the key areas of growth from both an industry and end user perspective. As a result, I am delighted to introduce 3 new zones to CCW16 namely Data, Applications & Critical Control Rooms, Cyber Security and Future Technologies. Each of these zones will feature its own networking bar as well as a dedicated free to attend seminar programme.
In addition, LTE has never been more of an exciting talking point for the critical communications industry and for this very reason we have also introduced a new operator village which will enable you to meet and network with existing commercial LTE users and experts in the exhibition hall.
By working with key associations and local stakeholders to deliver these new zones, we believe this will develop the event whilst sticking to the foundations which have made CCW a success to date. By doing so, we aim to deliver 30% growth by attracting new innovative companies to CCW as well as increasing the number of end user visitors from key regions.
Very well organised, focused event. You can meet all the relevant industry players here.
BHE, Bonn Hungary Electronics Ltd
CCW 2015 in Barcelona was a very good event. Well organized, convenient venue and most important – right profile of visitors. We were here for the first time as exhibitors and I am confident we'll come back to Amsterdam next year.
Anton Gabrijel, TIPRO
CCW 2014 was a great way to network with other professionals in the radio communications industry
SimonSzeKay CHAN, Radlink Communications
This is where the critical comms community meets every year.
Hannu Aronsson, TETRA Association Applications Forum
Great event where seminars and exhibition were in the same hall. Good location with plenty of lunch and dinner possibilities close by to have deeper discussions with colleagues, vendors, delegates , etc
Per Melin, Ericsson
A very good meeting place for all the current digital technologies under one roof.
Ivan Weller, Wireless Marketing PTE Ltd
The best CCW event so far. It was strong opportunity to build contacts, discuss implementations of TETRA with them and to see the traction TETRA has gained globally.
Tim Whitfield, CSEUniserve
Probably the best TWC/CCW so far & I have attended all 16. The event is evolving together with the industry
Peter Clemons, Quixoticity
Well organized event with lots of networking opportunities
Ralf Oppermann, SchnoorIndustrieelektronikGmbH&Co.KG
The leading conference in the business segment
Tapio Makinen, Airbus Defence & Space
The event made me realize the value of TETRA and Critical Communications in the utility industry. We are looking to making TETRA future-proof, and the discussions and presentations certainly help us in doing so.
Nathaniel J. Casillan, Meralco
Excellent, will be back next year
Graeme Patterson, UGLEngineering
This is the conference event for the CC community. Organisational attendance / representation is a must
Ged Robinson, Qatar MOI
I found this event productive with good support to participants and plenty of opportunities to meet people and cover your business requirements
Peter Spourgitis, Saudi Bell Group
Great event for networking and getting updated with latest trends and technology changes
Uri Guterman, NICE Systems
Very well organized event, we got very good prospect traffic to our booth.
Sean Liu, Anritsu
The event is very good to get to know a technology update.
Kao Sentadjaja, Motorola Solutions
It was a good environment to understand what is happening in the Tetra world. And I gained a decent insight into who the key players are.
Robert Perin, Newgen Systems
The conference did the job as expected. It concentrates on current TETRA implimentations and the highlights on future of critical communications.
Abdullah Aseery, Saudi Aramco
An Excellent Opportunity to widen my knowledge on the latest trends of harmonizing critcial voice, data, and videos communications using the latest technology solutions
Othman Badyah, Rabigh Refining & Petrochemical Co
The 2016 programme will not only showcase the latest TETRA User case studies and innovations but explore Critical Broadband technologies and solutions. You will hear how Mobile Broadband technologies (specifically LTE) can be combined with secure radio services to meet the future voice and data requirements of Mission Critical Users.