Welcome to IWCE 2017!
The audience for the Journey to Mission Critical Push To Talk (MCPTT) session on Tuesday, March 28.
Blaine Bertrand, director of technical services for Randall County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office, speaking at the MCPTT session.
Michael Newburn, communications technology manager for Fairfax County, Va., speaking at the MCPTT session.
Steve Kropper, vice president of business development for Parallel Wireless, speaking at the MCPTT session.
Josh Lober of ESChat, speaking at the MCPTT session.
Emil Olbrich, president of Primelime Consulting, speaking at the MCPTT session.
Kris Patel, Kodiak CTO & co-founder, speaking at the MCPTT session.
Robert Escalle, vice president of the public safety market segment for Sonim, speaking at the MCPTT session.
Steve Graves, chief information officer for Richardson, Texas, speaking at the MCPTT session.
David Witkowski, executive director of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, speaks on preparing local governments for the "HetNet Revolution."
Listening to a panel discussion on the ruggedizing and hardening of equipment, and discussing performance and security.
It's IWCE's 40th birthday. Check out the gallery of the celebration tomorrow!
The audience listens to and offers feedback during the NG911 Town Hall discussion.
Meanwhile, construction continues on the exhibition floor.
Construction continues on the exhibition floor.
Registration opened Monday, March 27, 2017.
Construction on the exhibition floor.
National Association of Tower Erectors Executive Director Todd Schlekeway speaks on the potential benefits drone aircraft hold for the industry.
The public agency best practices forum.
Bill Hinkle of FirstNet discusses the importance of integrating the nationwide public-safety broadband network with 911 systems.
NENA CEO Brian Fontes
Kevin Coyne, West Safety Services
Panelists for Monday's workshop exploring the need for LMR and LTE systems to be integrated in the near future.
Mariano Aguirre of Kodiak talks about application program interfaces (APIs).
Randy Richmond of Zetron speaks during Monday's session about APIs.
Walt Magnussen, director of Texas A&M University's ITEC, talks Monday about integrating FirstNet and next-generation 911 systems.
Images from the International Wireless Communications Expo 2017 in Las Vegas. Photos by Donny Jackson and Derek Prall.
Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×