Welcome To Critical Communications World 2016

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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Why Attend?

How are Mission Critical Communications requirements likely to change in the next 10 years? How can we make sure that Networks and Services are evolving to meet the needs of the Next Generation of Critical Communications Users?

Join us in Amsterdam and get a global perspective on developing secure, resilient and effective radio communications and mission critical broadband for today and tomorrow.

Critical Communications World will feature the biggest and best line-up of speakers offering a worldwide view of the future of TETRA and Mobile broadband for all Mission Critical Communications Users. The agenda will be packed with opportunities to learn, debate and network with Critical Communications Users from all sectors. The exhibition will showcase the latest innovations in networks, terminals, applications, accessories and more for you.

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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.

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