Leonardo join CCW as a Gold Sponsor


Leonardo joins CCW 2023 as Gold Sponsor and showcases its mission critical command, control and communications ecosystem. Leonardo is presenting its secure-by-design mission critical ecosystem, including its 3GPP-compliant MCX solution which provides multi-vendor interoperability and a wealth of features, designed for the needs of First Responders

The critical communications sector is evolving, with broadband technologies becoming increasingly important due to new operational needs. In response, Leonardo is supporting First Responders by providing solutions that can combine and fully integrate narrowband (TETRA, DMR) and broadband (LTE, 5G) networks. At CCW2023, Leonardo is showcasing its entire secure-by-design mission critical ecosystem.

Leonardo's heterogeneous network framework enables end-users to deploy integrated hybrid systems that deliver reliable radio communications and full functional interoperability. With established expertise in cyber security, Leonardo underpins its critical communication ecosystem with a comprehensive secure-by-design approach. The company’s MCX is a fully 3GPP-compliant mission critical communications solution that offers high flexibility and scalability, multi-vendor interoperability and a wealth of features designed for the needs of First Responders. Interoperability with narrowband networks ensures multi-technology solutions remain fully integrated and there is a smooth evolution path from narrowband to broadband.

Leonardo’s mission critical ecosystem, on show at CCW 23, also includes X-2030, an advanced solution for command and control that delivers improved situational awareness for operators by drawing on artificial intelligence, big data analytics and business intelligence. By doing so, X-2030 provides an intuitive and efficient decision support environment. For mission critical and business critical users, the control room is the point of convergence for all of the information being collected by sensors in the field. The core requirement is therefore to be able to extract relevant information from a vast and varied collection of data, enabling operators to make informed and timely decisions.

Leonardo is also presenting its Cyber & Security Academy concept, the company’s advanced training centre for cyber and physical security. Here specialists can consolidate their ability to prevent, detect and manage security incidents through immersive training courses. The Academy makes use of proprietary Leonardo platforms including its Cyber Range and Cyber Trainer.

Today, more than 50 countries rely on Leonardo’s critical communications solutions to protect people and places. Through its portfolio of solutions, Leonardo contributes to global safety by supporting First Responders, Utilities, Critical Infrastructure and Law Enforcement Agencies in both day-to-day operations and emergencies.