Breakfast event to explore connectivity for emergency response

Monday, 20 May, 2024

Breakfast event to explore connectivity for emergency response

Critical Comms and GovTech Review magazines are inviting Australia’s emergency services leaders to a complimentary breakfast seminar, to be held in Melbourne and Sydney at the end of May, where attendees will hear local and global case studies as well as insights on how emergency services agencies are enhancing officer safety and transforming operations though technology and secure connectivity.

In today’s fast-paced emergency response environment, always-on, secure connectivity, reliable communication and real-time data sharing are no longer luxuries, but critical lifelines. This essential event for emergency services technology teams, sponsored by Cradlepoint, will delve into the cutting-edge solutions that are revolutionising how emergency responders connect, share information and maintain complete situational awareness — ultimately saving lives, protecting property and empowering teams to perform at their best.

Expert speakers at each event will share:

  • How emergency services agencies across the globe are enhancing officer safety and transforming operations through secure connectivity.
  • The future of emergency services through the lens of connected personnel.
  • How innovations like body cams and IoT are transforming worker safety and operational efficiency.
  • Strategies for leveraging both 5G and satellite connectivity for guaranteed, uninterrupted communication.
  • The power of cloud-based network management, freeing up IT resources for what matters most — keeping your teams operational and available.

Emergency management technology and business leaders will get the most out of the event, with the opportunity to:

  • Gain insights on real-world global emergency service agencies using secure connectivity to achieve incredible results.
  • Hear how secure, nonstop connectivity including in-vehicle, branch and IoT have led to measurable improvements in emergency service response times, resource efficiency and cost savings.
  • Network with fellow technology leaders and share best practices.
  • Discover how to empower your agency with the tools it needs to thrive in a connected future.

‘Connectivity for Smarter, Faster Emergency Response’ is being held at the Rydges Melbourne on the morning of 28 May and Swissotel Sydney on 30 May. For more information — including the full agenda and registration form — visit the Melbourne event website here and the Sydney website here.

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