- Europe’s Major National TETRA Networks And Commercial Mobile Network Operators Meet To Discuss The Future Of Critical Communications 22 November 2013 | 11:00 am
- TETRA Congress Americas Highlights – Current And Future Deployments, From Radio Resource 21 November 2013 | 5:18 pm
- Steria and APD Launch Next Generation Contact Management Solution, SmartContact, for the Police 19 November 2013 | 4:22 pm
- Funkwerk and Rohill team to introduce innovative solution for hazardous mining environments 19 November 2013 | 4:12 pm
- TCCA Presents TETRA Congress Americas, 14 – 15 November, New York | Interview with New Jersey Transit | Join us this week 12 November 2013 | 1:11 pm
Harnessing Technology and Information to Maximise The Efficiency and Performance of Command and Control Communications Infrastructure
Introducing IIR’s 4th Annual Control Room Communications Conference
Well established as a key event in our hugely successful Critical Communications portfolio, IIR’s Control Room Communications event brings you an unrivaled opportunity to hear from leading experts involved in control room strategy and critical communications from the public safety, government and non-public sector communities. Through insightful case studies and first-hand knowledge sharing, delegates will be able to understand both the operational and technical aspects of efficiently responding to and managing incidents through effective command and control communications. Designed specifically to meet the needs and interests of control room professionals this event is not to be missed!
- Compare different control room planning approaches from different industry sectors
- Understand the impact of social media on control room resources and efficiency
- Hear the latest updates on eCall and NG112 initiatives
- Harness the latest technology to achieve optimum efficiency in the control room
- Evaluate the experiences of leading control room professionals through case studies from public safety, transport, the oil industry and government agency professionals
How Can You Participate?
Delegates will include Control Room Professionals and End Users with the following job titles:
Head of Architecture & System Development, Head of ICT, Chief/Head of Operations & Maintenance, Head of Ambulance Service, Chief Fire Officer, Chief of Police, Chief Superintendent, Superintendent, Chief Inspector, Director/Head of Communications, Director/Head of Emergency Management, Head of Emergency Preparedness, Director/Head of Business Continuity, Chief Engineer, Systems Engineer, Control Room Supervisor, Control Room Operator, Head of Systems Performance, Head of Emergency Service, Head of Control Rooms, Director/Head of Communications Design
The expected breakdown of attendees at Control Room Communications 2013 includes:
The Evergreen Control Room – Adapting To Change And Maintaining Performance
Peter Prater, Key Account Manager, Frequentis
Duncan Swan, Partner, Analysys Mason
09.30 Registration and refreshments
The workshop will run from 10.00 until 17.00 with appropriate breaks for refreshments and lunch.
Too often, the ICT supporting the command and control environment – as well as the environment itself - is criticised as not being fit for purpose, whether it is obsolete ICT architecture and systems or archaic processes that do not reflect the changing business or customer need. The challenge for the business is to attain the “Evergreen Control Room”… But what is this, how can it be achieved and what key instruments or strategies will assist in its delivery?
This interactive workshop will ask delegates to visualise and describe this control room utopia; understand the perceived barriers preventing its realisation; and, to develop and analyse strategies to overcome them. Workshop delegates will receive a white paper articulating the outcomes of the workshop following the conference.
Three Packed Days Of Discussion And Debate!
The presentations at Control Room Communications 2012 offered real food for thought on how to effectively manage a new generation of information being shared with the Control Room. At Control Room Communications 2013 we look forward to hearing more on how to further integrate data sources, monitor and extract information from social media and manage large events, all while collaborating, consolidating and integrating our planning approaches.
You Will Benefit From Vital Insights Into:
- Improving information management and maximising the benefit of multi-source data feeds including social media and video
- Proven approaches to consolidating control room networks, driving down cost and improving process efficiency
- Forming the optimum application and software toolkit that can meet the demands of the modern control room
It was such a great great great event, high level content and participants, very well prepared and delivered.Sven Franke, Project Leader EP26a Subscriber Management System