The Partners’ Village

The Partners’ Village is a dedicated space that will bring TCCA partners and associates together, enabling them to meet with each other, fostering a spirit of collaboration across the industry. This is the perfect space for stakeholders to collaborate, promote collective actions and move forward together.


450 MHz Alliance

The 450 MHz Alliance is a prominent industry association that advocates for stakeholders involved in 3GPP compliant technologies within the frequency range of 380-470 MHz. These technologies are crucial to addressing use cases that are critical to society. Our members comprise of wireless industry companies, such as spectrum license holders, carriers, and leading equipment manufacturers, as well as businesses representing various vertical markets for business and mission-critical communications.

Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF)

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF) is the local arm of TCCA in Australia, New Zealand and Oceania and is your gateway to a thriving local community of organizations that are committed to the sound evolution of ecosystem that supports standardised critical communications for professional users in the Australasian region.

The ACCF is a not-for-profit membership organisation that with TCCA is focussed on advocating for standards based critical communications to bring together market participants, users, suppliers, integrators and policy makers across our region.

We believe in and promote the principle of open and competitive markets through the use of open standards (ETSI, 3GPP) and harmonised spectrum, and to increase our members’ awareness of the latest advances in the global critical communications aligned community through participation in TCCA.

We offer our members expansion of their industry network with other like-minded companies and individuals regionally and globally through their participation in working groups, training, specialised workshops, industry events and through networking opportunities and exchange of ideas and innovations. The ACCF also provides regional and global visibility and opportunities of potential channel partners in other parts of the world.

Join the Australasian Critical Communications Forum, chapter of TCCA, and support to shape the future of standardised critical communications in the Australasian region. Collectively we create critical communications for all professional communications users of today and the future in our region.


Launched in June 1993 as the British Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, British APCO is now acknowledged as the leading UK based Association for all professionals using or developing Public Safety technology.   At British APCO we are a growing community with extensive knowledge in Public Safety technology as a result of our members' use and delivery of real life public safety solutions. As a registered charity, we are independent, user led, working to improve emergency services and public safety communications and information technology for everybody’s benefit. 

 We are proud to be a partner of TCCA and we'd love you to find out more about us by visiting our website


We foster energy efficiency, security & a net zero carbon future through developments in utility telecom across Europe.


EUWENA has been established in 2021 as a vehicle to entice and promote private wireless networks or -services for industries and verticals.

As industries, enterprises and Government organisations undergo rapid digital transformation, with 5G providing new, powerful tools, they can now adopt global wireless standards to take advantage of a large, open, futureproof ecosystem of compatible networks and devices, which will continue to develop. The advent of 5G and the implementation of its full capabilities is being largely driven by vertical sectors’ current and future requirements.

Today, with the liberalization of spectrum for Private LTE and 5G in places like USA, Japan, Sweden, France, Finland, Germany and United Kingdom, the speed at which verticals will deploy these solutions will increase dramatically, boosting digitalization and competitiveness like never before. EUWENA intends to serve these communities.


The Global Certification Forum (GCF) has been shaping the communications industry since 1999 with mobile technology at its core. Ensuring interoperability between standards-based devices and networks is a key part of our vision to enable the reliable and secure mission critical communications demanded by professionals and public safety organisations worldwide.

International Critical Control Rooms Alliance (ICCRA)

We provide members with the opportunity to network and learn, providing environments for international collaboration and discussion, and influencing the wider critical control room stakeholder community. This is important to ensure mission critical services constantly adapt to the many changing factors affecting them in order to deliver consistently high service in the most cost effective manner.

Participation in the Alliance is open to any person or organisation engaged in the provision or support of a critical control room service, across all sectors.

The International Critical Control Rooms Alliance (ICCRA) connects professionals and coordinates discussion through its four Special Interest Groups:
• Operations
• Technology
• Environment and Ergonomics
• People and Performance

Visit for further information about the alliance and about the 2023 ICCRA Congress to be held in Brussels over the period 5-7 December.

Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE)

Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) is an independent forum, where representatives of public safety user organisations, industry and research institutes can meet to discuss and exchange ideas and best practices, develop roadmaps and improve the future of public safety communications. The organisation counts around 80 members and is coordinating large and ambitious projects such as BroadWay and its successor, making it a key actor in the field of innovation for European public safety communications.