Critical Communications MENA 2018

23rd – 25th September | Madinat Arena Jumeirah Group

With Middle East and North Africa at the forefront of innovation, Critical Communications MENA is the hub that’s brings everyone together. Now in its 6th year this growing event is a must attend for Critical Communication companies. Taking place on the 24th – 25th September 2018 at the Madinat Jumeirah make sure this is one for your diary.


TCCA Call for Papers: Critical Communications Middle East & Africa – CCMENA 2018

​With a stunning new venue and a clear focus on the powerful benefits that critical communications can bring to our world, TCCA’s Critical Communications Middle East and Africa 2018 (CCMENA) is set to deliver its sixth and best event in Dubai, from 23-25 September 2018, with the theme Smart Critical Communications – the Future World.

Moving forward in the transport sector

Outside the emergency services, it is difficult to find a sector as reliant on critical communications than transportation. The efficient flow of aircraft, trains and ships depends on the coordination of extensive mobile field forces dispersed across broad geographies. With lives and property at stake, the communications requirements are mission-critical and call for robust, high-performance communications systems.

What to expect for mission-critical IoT

Soon after the U.S. government awarded operation of its FirstNet program to AT&T, attention shifted to internet of things (IoT) innovation that the network could foster. Sometimes referred to as the "Internet of Life-Saving Things," the basic idea is to leverage a mission-critical mobile broadband communications network to boost safety and improve public safety mission effectiveness.

Q&A on CCW with Mladen Vratonjic, TCCA Chair of the Board

​What’s the current state of play in the critical communications industry? What are the main changes that you’ve noticed within the industry in 2017? Are there any major developments that the wider industry needs to be made aware of? What challenges do you think need to be tackled in today’s climate? What would be your key piece of advice for any organisations looking to invest in critical communications in 2018 and beyond? And why might they want to attend Critical Communications World 2018?

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