Critical Communications World Europe incorporating Professional LTE will be taking place in Amsterdam in March 2014. If you want to know the latest on TETRA. If you want to know the latest on the evolution of TETRA and other critical communications technolgies in the evolution towards broadband, then you need to attend this event. All the latest information can be found by visiting: http://criticalcommunicationseurope.com/
Airwave will be presenting and exhibiting at the 16th annual British APCO 2014 exhibition and conference taking place from 1-2 April at Manchester Central. Airwave (stand number F24) will be unveiling ground-breaking 4G mobile services and new mobile application technology, which positively impacts front-line operations for all blue light agencies. The theme for the 2014 event is ‘Change your thinking on Communications’ and together with input from customers, Airwave will share how front line operations can truly benefit from new capabilities during the development workshops. Airwave will be participating in following workshops: Tuesday, 2 April/ [10:00 – 11:30] Cycle of Contact: Agency to Agency (2 of 3): This interactive workshop will demonstrate how, for the first time ever, Police Forces, Fire & Rescue Services and Ambulance Trusts can proactively share their GPS location data using a truly scalable and secure national platform without having to install new hardware or software. Using big data technology, Collaborate delivers real-time analysis of more than one billion records generated each month to enable more efficient, evidence-based decision making. Henry Kay, Head of Smarter Network Solutions, Airwave Tuesday, 2 April/ [11:30 – 12:30] ‘Today, tomorrow, the future’: Euros Evans, Airwave Chief Technology Officer will lead a team demonstrating how you can take advantage of mobile technology, applications and next generation communications to create a seamless service that positively impacts operations on the front line. Euros Evans, Chief Technology Officer, Airwave General Media EnquiriesHelen Bleasdale, Media Relations Managerhelen.email@example.com, (M) 07894 491 811
Cambridge, 6th March 2014 - Sepura announces its participation at the forthcoming Critical Communications Europe (CCE) taking place in Amsterdam on 10 - 12 March 2014. Critical Communications Europe, in its very first year, is the sister show of the larger Critical Communications World that will take place in Singapore on 27-29 May. From its very central European location, CCE aims to reach the most mature and established TETRA and PMR markets in Europe. Over 1,000 delegates from Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, UK, Scandinavia and other European countries are expected to travel to Amsterdam for this inaugural event. At CCE Sepura will showcase its entire product and solution offering with particular emphasis on its DMR product range, its enhanced applications portfolio and its complete range of Intrinsically Safe/ATEX radios. Sepura will co-host the exhibition stand with Abiom, its longstanding and established Benelux partner. In line with its chosen theme for the event, Going Further in Critical Communications, Sepura will also focus on future technologies. Sepura’s innovative applications delivered through Portalify will be the focus of a conference address by the Head of Product Management for ASTRID, which operates Belgium’s national emergency and safety services communications network. The talk will illustrate how Sepura’s innovative applications were implemented on Belgium’s TETRA, 3G and planned 4G networks. Kasper Barfoed, VP Sales for Sepura comments: “CCE provides us with the perfect platform to showcase our complete solution offering in a region including some of the most mature TETRA markets in the world where we are market leader. Our experts will be available throughout the show to demonstrate how our communications solutions can help organisations from a variety of sectors address operational challenges and boost efficiency.” Barfoed concludes: “Our successful working relationship with Abiom has been beneficial to multiple users in the Benelux region for several years; both our organisations look forward to welcoming as many visitors as possible to our stand". Visit Sepura on stand 22 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting.
HOOGEVEEN, March 6th, 2014 - Rohill, specialist in mission-critical radio networks, is the big winner of the TETRA Awards. Last Friday the Dutch company has received two Awards and one 'highly commended' recognition from the independent jury. The annual International TETRA Awards events are organized by the TETRA Today magazine and supported by the TETRA + Critical Communications Association. The 2014 Awards were presented during a ceremony held in the prestigious Landmark Hotel in London. Of the seven categories Rohill won the 'Best integration of future broadband with TETRA' and 'Green TETRA Award'. Additionally Rohill was also celebrated with an honorable mention in the category 'Best Use of TETRA for transportation'. Future proof In the category 'Best integration of future broadband with TETRA', Rohill has won the award for the 'SETAR critical voice and data for LTE' pilot project, which integrates the Rohill TetraNode network with the LTE network that are both operated by SETAR on the island of Aruba. The jury has highlighted that "One of the prime innovations of the Critical Voice and Data Protocol (CVDP) is the application of the Rohill IPR for fast push-to-talk operation. This patented technology enables fast and robust operation of push-to-talk in a heterogeneous IP-network environment, including 3G, LTE and satellite backhaul links." Sustainable The 'Green TETRA Award' is destined for the 'greenest' TETRA solution. After the award received in 2012 for 'Power Saving Innovations', the jury has awarded Rohill for the 2nd time in this category, now with the entry 'Energy efficient TETRA'. As confirmed in the TETRA Awards report, the TetraNode solution not only leads to a reduction of CO2 emissions, but also results in signification reduction of operating costs. Innovative Finally Rohill also received a so-called 'highly commended' recognition by the judges for the 'TETRA for MetrôRio'-project within the category 'Best Use of TETRA for transportation'. An important innovation is the migration of TETRA base stations to the IEEE 1588 standard for time synchronization, which allows for faster and more reliable handovers in underground Metro areas, where GPS synchronization is not feasible. Bert Bouwers, CTO of Rohill: "By winning these international awards, we show that Rohill plays a leading role as a supplier of mission-critical communication solutions. We provide not only technically innovative TETRA solutions, but also enable integration with other technologies such as LTE. And that the jury confirms that we also support energy efficiency; together underlining our philosophy and mission: to lead in technology, and deliver reliable and sustainable solutions." More information and/or images, please contact Bert Bouwers, email@example.com, Tel: 0031-528 263 355.
The TCCA represents TETRA, the most successful mission critical communications voice and narrowband data mobile standard in the world. Now available with TEDS supporting wideband data, we support the further development of the standard and promote its increasing adoption by professional users in a growing number of market sectors across all continents. For critical broadband data communications, we are driving the development of common global mobile standards.