The International Wireless Communications Expo’s (IWCE), five-day conference March 4-8, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center will offer a series of programs focusing on the critical wireless infrastructure of government, public safety, transportation, utilities and enterprises. The conference features a variety of educational formats such as Workshops, Power Sessions, Short Courses, Special Events, Keynote Addresses and Town Hall Meetings.
“It’s a powerful resource for industry professionals who are interested in receiving the latest developments, trends and technology in wireless communications,” said Stacey Orlick, IWCE’s Director of Community and Conference Content. “We’re hosting over 160 sessions that will provide professionals with the broadest spectrum of views, topics and expertise on critical communications.”
Emerging tech and cybersecurity expert, Merritt Baer, Principal Security Architect for Global Accounts, Amazon Web Services (AWS) will present the keynote address.
IWCE will host 29 three-hour and two full-day Workshops interspersed with 45-minute Power Sessions on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the Short Courses offer a flexible way to take part in the conference program, while allowing attendees time to attend the Exhibit Hall. The conference is organized by the following tracks:
· 911 & Emergency Communications
· FirstNet & Public Safety Broadband
· Disaster Communications
· Interoperability & Interworking
· Network Infrastructure
· Planning and Preparation
· Push-to-Talk & Future of Voice
· Smart Cities & Critical Infrastructure
· Transformative Tech
IWCE will also offer a series of Town Hall Meetings where government and association partners will present their latest initiatives.
IWCE is co-located with IWCE’s Network Infrastructure Forum and the ETA International Education Forum.
In addition, the IWCE Exhibit Hall will feature 400+ exhibitors showcasing the latest products and trends in the communications technology industry.
To register to attend, click here.