CCW 2019

18–20 June, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Critical Communications World 2019

Event info

Critical Communications World CCW 2019 is one of the key events of the year for the critical communications community. Users, solution and service vendors and technology developers will meet at the new, amazing MITEC conference center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The exhibition is the perfect venue for discussions between critical communications users and technology and service providers. For example, testing new user devices and other equipment and seeing new applications being demonstrated is a great benefit to organisations planning their investments. The Airbus stand can be found in Hall 11, G114.

The conference gives an opportunity to learn from other professionals' experiences. Panel discussions between users and industry experts are interesting and can spark exciting new ideas.

See also the Critical Communication Finland (CCF)  stand in CCW. CCF is a user -and solution driven co-ordination entity of Finnish authorities and local industry.  In CCW, CCF will present how stakeholders use narrow and broadband critical communications solutions and co-operate, what are the requirements for supporting solutions and what is the way forward. CCF members (including Airbus) are looking forward to partner with local and global entities to bring together mutual competence and experience.

Check this page regularly before the event to hear more about demos and solutions at Airbus stand. You can also follow the hashtag #CCW2019 in social media.

How to get to the MITEC conference center?

If you choose to travel with the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) train, stop at the Segambut station which is a 20-minute walk from MITEC.

Bus from city center: Ride the 852 or 851 bus and stop at KL 1022 Matrade South bus station,  then walk 4 minutes to get to MITEC.

Taxis should leave you at the south entrance of MITEC. 

 

Useful tips for your stay in Kuala Lumpur

Trains are efficient and reliable in Kuala Lumpur. You should use them when possible.

English is spoken widely in Kuala Lumpur and locals usually enjoy practising their excellent English.

Haggling is expected in the many, wonderful market places of Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy!

Amazing variety of street food is available around the city. Long queues are a good recommendation. Food can be very spicy, though.

Dressing appropriately is imporant in KL - remember to bring a long skirt/trousers and possibly a scarf if you wish to visit the many amazing temples of the city.

CCW 2019 was a great success

Thank you for visiting us at Airbus stand and following the event in different online channels -See you in Madrid next year! Relive some of the highlights in this video!

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CCW 2019 photo gallery

Check these before the event

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Sneak preview of the conference venue

Igor is the Airbus event manager and he visited the fabulous new conference in Kuala Lumpur already - watch his video greetings!

- Outside the MITEC conference center 

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- Get a glimpse of how the exhibition hall looks now

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- Conference lobby area

 

 

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Expertise and foresight to inspire you

Some of the industry’s leading thinkers and professionals have shared their insights into the future of critical communications.
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Remember the CCW 2018?

Can you spot familiar faces in the CCW 2018 photo gallery ?
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Blog post about CCW 2018

Tiina Saaristo from Airbus lists her favourite things in last year's CCW in Berlin. Networking will definitely be on the list of favourites for this year's event as well.

Agenda highlights -

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See also these presentations on 18 June in Masterclasses: 

  • Cyber security in mission-critical networks  with Christophe Calvez, Airbus
  • Security in mission-critical terminals with Mika Laitinen, Airbus
  • How TETRA can work together with the latest technologies with Eric Davalo, Airbus
  • What are the different business models to roll out mission critical broadband networks with Ali Helenius, Airbus
  • Airbus Apps ecosystem with Rahim Zaknoun, Airbus
  • How a large airport benefits from the hybrid network model with Wei Rong, Airbus
See also the Showcase theater presentation:Why is proper service quality a key to success in mobile broadband introduction? by Tapio Savunen from Airbus.

Agenda highlights

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10:05–10:30 WED

KEYNOTE: Networks of the future: "We are the network"

Andreas Gegenfurtner, President, BDBOS
Largest TETRA network in the world with almost 0.5 million subscribers looks towards future.
11:30–12:15 WED

PANEL: How should public safety operators engage with commercial operators

Chair Barbara Held, BDBOS
Experts from Germany, Norway, USA and industry globally discuss the ways commercial and public safety operators could and should work together.  
11:30–12:15 WED

Devices: narrowband, broadband, hybrid, hype: what's real, what's realistic?

Panelist include Catalin Gheorghiu, Airbus
Experts discuss the technological ladscape related to devices
12:45–13:15 WED

TETRA - today and tomorrow

Terrance Lai, Senior Telecom Manager, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
15:00–15:45 WED

Panel - Advances in TETRA data and apps

Panellists include Tapio Savunen, Airbus
16:45–17:15 WED

Cooperation between State bodies to solve future need for critical communications in Norway

Tor Helge Lyngstol, DSB, Norway
Presentation focusing on cooperation and how it should be supported - useful for most countries and critical communication organisations.
09:05–09:35 THU

Keynote

Adrian Scrase, CTO ETSI 3GPP
The role of 3GPP in mission-critical arena
09:35–10:05 THU

Review of Smart City projects, their scope and targets

Henrik Rajala, Professional Communications Corporation, NEDAA
09:35–10:05 THU

Disruption: new ways of working for critical users / Security and reliability of critical broadband networks: challenges and lines of action

Ged Robinson, Region Director, Goodmill Systems
Exploration of different ways to ensure broadband for critical users like police
11:30–12:00 THU

How to provide voice and data services successful for business critical organisations in Malaysia

Andrew Lee Kim Leong, SLW Supreme Landmobile & Wireless Corporations
Current and future market update of Malaysian critical communications
11:30–12:30 THU

Focus on AI Technologies

Panellists include Zoltan Wirth, Airbus
Industry experts from Airbus, Motorola and Leonardo share their views of AI usage in mission critical markets
12:30–13:15 THU

Panel: Advances in technologies and applications for critical communications

Panellists include Barbara Held, BDBOS, and Zoltan Wirth, Airbus
User organisations and industry continue exchanging views about the use of AI
12:45–13:30 THU

Showcase theater: With the SMVNO service towards the future, what are the critical success factors? Case study Mexico

Antonio Fernandez Merino, Airbus
SMVNO is an interesting option - one way to organise critical communications services for public safety. How to succeed, what is needed?