With the Covid crisis devastating 2020’s exhibition and business events calendar, causing widespread cancellations, events managers are rethinking their approach and coming up with new ideas. Online now leads the way, but what are the secrets of a successful webinar?
Security systems that share intelligence, allow for collaboration and go beyond radio communications empower professionals to focus fully on their mission. Just imagine the following drama -
The doors to Critical Communications World (CCW) closed in Berlin on 17 May 2018 following three days of intense activity. It was busy, it was tiring, but it was also very informative and enjoyable. After a few days of reflection, I have identified what made CCW so worthwhile this year. Here are my three reasons for loving this event, and one thing that really caught me by surprise.
This year saw my second CCW event, but it was far from being a case of “Déjà-vu”. In my earlier blog post I promised that Airbus would not repeat itself and we did some things very differently. Here are five of my favourites:
This time last year, I knew nothing about Critical Communications World – I hadn’t even visited it. Yet I found myself planning and producing Airbus’ presence at the show. Was I excited, scared? You bet I was. Yet everything went well and this year, I'm still excited but no longer scared by the prospect of CCW17. There are three reasons:
Critical Communications Europe was held 7-8 February in Copenhagen. The event promised to explore how the collaborative path looks like for critical communications in Europe. I was at the event and had the opportunity to attend several conference sessions in addition to doing stand duty at the Critical Communications Finland exhibition area. This kind of work is always educational! I’ve seen...
Whether in Abu Dhabi, Australia, Botswana, Ecuador, or Vietnam; PMR evolution and hybrid solutions have been hot topics in this year's events. Can you spot familiar faces or places in this photo review?
In November, Cologne hosted the PMR Expo, central Europe's largest annual PMR exhibition. It was a terrific event across the board, but five aspects particularly caught my attention as they all reveal the growing demand from user organizations and innovative products to satisfy that demand.
Two months ago, I had never experienced the Critical Communications World event. At that time, I shared some thoughts with you in this blog post. Now that I’ve seen the event from start to finish, I am very happy - the CCW 2016 event was a great success, and for the following five reasons:
Critical Communications World (CCW) is the undoubted go-to event for secure communications professionals. It’s where the industry’s leading lights (blue and other) come to catch up on what’s new, discuss business and technology and even influence the future development of critical communications. I've visited more than 100 exhibitions and events and helped organize dozens. I find CCW unique,...