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8-9 February
Bella Center,
Copenhagen, Denmark

TCCA presents: What does the collaborative path look like for Critical Communications in Europe?

Exploring collaboration & interoperability in an ever-converging European market


Register onsite at the Bella Center from 8:30am on February 8th. 


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Why Attend Critical Communications Europe?

3 days of exclusive content designed for a senior decision making audience
A tailored VIP programme bringing delegations from across the continent
Exclusive Site Visits in the Heart of Interoperability Trials
The first CCEurope Networking Party at an exclusive venue
Interactive Demo Tours taking you to Europe's leading solution providers
More opportunities than ever to learn and network with presentations, panels, roundtables, workshops and think tanks

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What does Interoperability look like to you?

In order to achieve interoperability, from a technical point of view, different services must use standardised technology and operate in harmonised frequency bands. 

There are other conditions of an operational nature that must be fulfilled like compatible fleet mapping, operational procedures, use of languages etc.

The TETRA Standard includes an Inter System Interface to enable infrastructure from the same manufacturer or different manufacturers to be interconnected. This, together with harmonised usage of frequencies all over Europe, provides the capability for roaming and cross border operations. 

The TCCA has encouraged manufacturers to work together with user organisations to make it happen and a major step forward has been made with trials taking place in Scandinavia.

In order to provide a similar environment for broadband emergency communications,the TCCA has concentrated its activities to driving the standards makers to ensure that LTE technology has suitable functionality for use in a critical environment. 

3GPP has accepted a number of work items to include additional functionality, especially for group communications.

So far we have not achieved interoperability across nations, but the first project to connect the networks of two countries is under way.

Read more about interoperability from our testimonials below.

About the TCCA

The TCCA represents TETRA, the most successful mission critical communications voice and narrowband data mobile standard in the world. Now available with TEDS supporting wideband data, we support the further development of the standard and promote its increasing adoption by professional users in a growing number of market sectors across all continents. For critical broadband data communications, we are driving the development of common global mobile standards.

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