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6-7 November 2017
Venue TBCCape Town

6-7 November 2017
Venue TBC,
Cape Town

LTE in Public Safety Networks

Set during AfricaCom, this 2-day LTE in Public Safety Network technology programme gives participants a thorough briefing of the key features of LTE networks that make it suitable for Public Safety Networks and its potential limitations.

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Why attend LTE in Public Safety Networks?

Set during AfricaCom and using African examples and case studies throughout, successful completion of this 2-day technology programme will enable you to:

Explain the advantages of using LTE in public safety networks

Recommend deployment strategies for public safety networks

Evaluate the limitations of LTE technology, and how those might impact operational efficiency

Identify the industry initiatives pushing LTE into public safety applications

Establish the political and commercial imperatives behind the push towards LTE

Evaluate the best technology for specific public safety applications

Identify the key players in the public safety industry, and how their agendas impact the technology debate

Make decisions on technology implementation that are commercially viable, minimise risk and help deliver the organisation's strategy

4 in-depth modules as well as African examples & case studies

Public Safety Networks

Introduction and Overview of LTE

Group Communications over LTE

Proximity Services (PROSE)

African examples & case studies

Who's it for?

Government Agencies

Local, regional and national

First Responders

Police, Ambulance and Fire Services

Legacy Network Operators

(TETRA, PMR & P25)

Communications Service Providers

Regulators