There is a lot happening in IWCE’s world during the coming months
By Stacey Orlick, IWCE's event and content director
Call for Speakers
We’re already planning the IWCE 2016 conference program, and the Call for Speakers is now available on the IWCE web site.
Submit an idea, a story, case study or technical discussion for next year’s conference program. We’re looking for timely, relevant, future-thinking insights, research, trends and educational topics that are driving the communications-technology industry. Potential areas of interest include FirstNet, cybersecurity, towers and HetNets, spectrum and signal discussions, public-safety and critical-infrastructure topics, applications, interoperability and infrastructure. Submit online before Aug. 28, 2015.
This month’s eLearning course
But you don’t have to wait for next March. IWCE’s Online College of Technology’s June webinar is “Extending Your LMR Network with LTE and Wi-Fi.” Click here to register and use code cfp16 to get $10 off your registration fee! Cost:
Wednesday, June 24, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern time
LMR voice eventually may be replaced by private broadband systems, but not for some time. What do you do in the meantime? Join presenter Joe Blaschka, Jr—principal at ADCOMM Engineering Company—as he outlines methods for extending your LMR network with LTE and Wi-Fi to create a multi-network architecture. Begin the migration now without compromising functionality, service, coverage or reliability.
Upcoming eLearning topics include Voice over LTE and Smart Cities. Check www.urgentcomm.com for more details.
IWCE’s Virtual Tradeshow –Save the date
IWCE’s fourth annual Virtual Tradeshow will take place on Sept. 30. This one-day event includes virtual booths, networking and education—all online and free to attendees. Look for more information at www.iwceexpo.com.
We hope you can participate in these upcoming opportunities!