INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS AWARDS
TUESDAY 23RD MAY 2023
The ICCAs, presented by TCCA, are the most prestigious awards in critical communications. Celebrating excellence in the sector, the highly anticipated programme recognises the success of products, organisations and individuals that have pushed boundaries and capabilities within the field. 

An expert panel of independent judges take all aspects of entries into consideration and are looking to reward the best and most innovative work, both in terms of the technology itself, and how it is being rolled out and used on the frontline.

The individuals behind these innovations are what fuels the sector, and the ICCAs acknowledge the most influential personalities, with categories including TCCA Young Engineer of the Year and the Phil Kidner Outstanding Contribution to Critical Communications award, named in honour of the late TCCA CEO.

The ICCAs' ceremony is the highlight of the sector's calendar and 2023 will be no exception. The ceremony will take place on Tuesday 23rd May in the heart of Helsinki, the venue will be announced soon. Enjoy a reception followed by dinner, and then the unveiling of the 2023 winners at the ceremony itself.

As a premier night for networking, you don't want to miss your chance to be there and be recognised as one of the sector's leading lights. To enter, choose from the categories below and complete the online entry form.

The closing date for entries is Monday 27th February 2023. 

Good luck!
2023 AWARD CATEGORIES

Click on the individual categories for more information, or click below to complete the online entry form.

2022 WINNERS

Best Use of Critical Communications in Public Safety

Winner: Airbus, for innovative usage during the Dubai Expo.


Best Use of Critical Communications in Mining, Oil & Gas

Winner: Sepura’s SCG22 mobile radios and AutoMate application.


Best Use of Critical Communications in Transport

Winner: Hytera for its Sri Lanka railway telecommunications project.


Best Use of Critical Communications in Utilities

Winner: Teltronic for Edesur.


Best Use of Advanced Technology

Winner: Telenor ASA’s private 5G for search and rescue.


Best TETRA Device of the Year

Winner: Motorola Solutions’ mission critical portable radio, MXP600.


Best Advances in Sustainability

Winner: ALDB – CSR, civil protection and innovations.


Best MCX Device of the Year

Winner: Sepura’s SCU3


Best MCX Solution of the Year

Winner: Airbus Tactilon Agnet 500.


Best MCX Solution of the Year

Winner: Leonardo Spa’s CSP-MCX platform.


Champion for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Winner: NSW Telco Authority.


Best Control Room Innovation

Winner: 3020 LifeX by Frequentis AG.


Best Emerging Technology, Product or Solution

Winner: Ericsson for its mission critical 5G deployable network solution.


Best Government Authority Collaboration

Winner: PSBN Innovation Alliance.


TCCA Young Engineer of the Year

Winner: Shaunak Patel, NSW Telco Authority.


Outstanding Contribution to Critical Communications

Winner: Diana Ball, Sepura.


In recognition of outstanding services to TCCA

Winner: Tero Pesonen


CONTACT US

Alma Watson

Awards Manager

alma.watson@markallengroup.com

+44 (0) 208 652 8026