INDUSTRY SUPPORT

AUSTRALIAN RADIO COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

The Australian Radio Communications Industry Association Inc (ARCIA) is a not-for-profit, incorporated association that seeks to support its members and professional users actively promoting the vital role that the radio communications industry plays in Australia’s way of life. ARCIA seeks to champion and develop specific programs that will enable continued industry growth.
Be part of the ARCIA Industry Gala Dinner held in conjunction with Comms Connect on Wednesday 27 November, Melbourne Convention Centre. For more information or to book your dinner tickets visit www.arcia.org.au.

www.arcia.org.au


THE AUSTRALASIAN CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS FORUM (ACCF)

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), is a chapter of The international Critical Communications Association (TCCA) with more than 150 members from around of the globe bringing together stakeholders with an interest in the development, deployment and use of open standard non-proprietary critical digital wireless communications. ACCF/TCCA members promote and design, manufacture, build, integrate, implement, analyse, utilise and deploy standardised critical communications worldwide. The TCCA works closely with international standardisation bodies such as ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, and the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) responsible for the development of international standards relating to critical mobile communications and broadband technologies including 5G and is a partner in the international Mission Critical Open Platform project (MCOP)..

www.criticalcommsforum.com.au


CRITICAL COMMS

Critical Comms provides busy two-way radio professionals with an easy-to-use, readily available source of information, crucial to gaining valuable industry insight. Members have access to thousands of informative items across a range of media channels including a print + digital magazine, weekly eNewsletter and www.CriticalComms.com.au.

www.criticalcomms.com.au


IWCE

At IWCE, get the real information. Learn from other cities, other colleagues, other agencies, other enterprises and the experts in communications technology systems.

www.iwce.com.au


THE INTERNET OF THINGS ALLIANCE AUSTRALIA (IoTAA)

The Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) is the peak industry body representing IoT in Australia. Over 450 participating organisations and 850 individual participants are working to accelerate the adoption of IoT across the Australian economy and society.
We see a thriving future for Australia and the world by connecting data, devices, people, processes and things to the Internet. It helps people make better and more informed decisions to get the best possible outcomes and ultimately helps boost Australia’s future success, productivity, competitiveness, jobs and the economy.
Now is the time for industry, government, citizens and academia to seize the opportunities for economic growth and social benefit afforded by the Internet of Things.


RADIO RESOURCE

MissionCritical Communications, Radio Resource International, and Public Safety Technology are committed to providing high-quality editorial that attracts high-quality readers. Today’s decision makers want useful information that will help them succeed in their jobs. They want the editorial excellence that the RadioResource family of magazines delivers.
Founded in 2010 by Gert Jan Wolf, MCCResources (Mission Critical Communications Resources) is a leading creative and innovative publishing company with a global focus, that keeps you up-to-date on all that’s happening within the critical communications industry via multiple media outlets. MCCResources publishes: a daily newswire, in-depth articles, whitepapers, videos, vlogs, blogs, etc, integrated with enhanced Social Media coverage. MCCResources reports on critical communication technologies such as: TETRA, P25, DMR, Mission Critical & Public Safety LTE, Critical Messaging as well as other related technologies like public safety and mission critical IoT, drones, body cameras, public safety AI, etc. Today, MCCResources serves more than 28.000 industry professionals from many different backgrounds.
Discover more on our website: www.criticalcommunicationsreview.com or via critical communications Vlog channel on YouTube. No subscription necessarily


RADIO FREQUENCY USERS ASSOCIATION OF NZ (RFUANZ)

RFUANZ prime function is to protect, promote and preserve the rights of organisations and individuals who require access to the radio spectrum.
If you or your company depends on radio and wireless communications to operate effectively you should belong to RFUANZ.
Do you have someone in your organisation that represents your interests and requirements to Government and the Government organizations that set your operating conditions and level of license fees?
Join the Radio Frequency Users Association of NZ, and allow our expert volunteers to protect, promote and preserve the Radio/Wireless Spectrum on your behalf!
To contact a RFUANZ representative please email admin@rfuanz.org.nz

www.rfuanz.org.nz


MISSION CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCES 

Founded in 2010 by Gert Jan Wolf, MCCResources (Mission Critical Communications Resources) is a leading creative and innovative publishing company with a global focus, that keeps you up-to-date on all that’s happening within the critical communications industry via multiple media outlets. MCCResources publishes: a daily newswire, in-depth articles, whitepapers, videos, vlogs, blogs, etc, integrated with enhanced Social Media coverage. MCCResources reports on critical communication technologies such as: TETRA, P25, DMR, Mission Critical & Public Safety LTE, Critical Messaging as well as other related technologies like public safety and mission critical  IoT, drones, body cameras, public safety AI, etc. Today, MCCResources serves more than 28.000 industry professionals from many different backgrounds.
Discover more on our website: www.criticalcommunicationsreview.com or via critical communications Vlog channel on YouTube. No subscription necessarily