The Australasian TETRA + Critical Communications Forum, is a chapter of the international TETRA and Critical Communications Association (TCCA) and part of more than 160 member organisations from all continents of the world. ATCCF and TCCA bring together stakeholders with an interest in the development, deployment and use of non-proprietary digital wireless communications specifically for mission- and business-critical environments. The TCCA also works closely with those that are responsible for the development of international standards relating to critical mobile communications. These include ETSI, the European Standards Development Organization, and 3GPP, which develops and maintains standards for public mobile networks. The Australasian TETRA + Critical Communications Forum was founded in Australia in 2001 and has been successful in the promotion of the non-proprietary mission-critical digital TETRA radiocommunications technology in Australasia supported by its membership of vendors and mobile radio distributors, integrators and user organisations.
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