Organizers expect more than 7,000 attendees for this year’s five-day day event which offers a two-day expo, educational workshops, short courses, power sessions, keynote addresses, town hall meetings, and networking events.
The event will also host over 400 exhibitors from April 1-2, showcasing the latest products and services in hardware, networks, applications, interoperability and integration that drive communications systems.
“We are delighted to officially announce the program for IWCE 2020,” said IWCE Conference Director Stacey Orlick. “There are so many new technologies changing the critical communication industry right now we expect 2020 to be one of the most interesting events yet. We expect the biggest buzz to be around 5G, FirstNet, drones, Artificial Intelligence, augmented reality, wearables and push-to-talk communications.”
Orlick said attendees can learn about the latest developments in safe cities, new infrastructure that affects utilities and transportation, in-building wireless systems, technology advancements and the latest regulatory insights.
A keynote speaker this year will be Chief Jeffrey Johnson, CEO of The Western Fire Chiefs Association, who will discuss: “The innovations that are actually changing street performance for responders.” A second Keynote Address will be presented by Bryan Wiens, Senior Product Manager, Cloud Services, InterTalk Critical Information Systems. For a full speakers list, click here.
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