Interested in speaking at Comms Connect Virtual?
We are now seeking case studies and technology submissions for Comms Connect Virtual 2020
Case studies may target a specific end user group, e.g. mining or public safety, or may be a more general paper with broader audience appeal.
Target audiences for presentations include:
- Transportation – road, rail operators, ports and airports, public transport
- Public safety/emergency management – all agencies and volunteer organisations
- Utilities – water, gas and power generation
- Resources – mining, oil and gas
- Government – including customs, defence, environment
- Commercial – retail, construction, venues, health facilities, hospitality etc
These papers must not be vendor specific or sales orientated. Those that are will not be selected. Papers that take an agnostic approach – focusing on technology, its application and convergence with other applications and technologies – with case studies included, will be selected for inclusion where possible.
Topics for consideration for workshops include, but are not limited to:
- Applications – innovations for business and mission-critical users
- Cybersecurity – protecting your critical systems and networks
- Next-generation networks – what does the network of the future look like?
- Future technologies and their use – from UAVs to wearables
- Disruptive technologies – what can we expect and what do you need to know?
- Geospatial and situational awareness
- Connected vehicles – utilising for maximum advantage – where and when?
- Control rooms – data, its use and how to handle the influx
30 minutes, including time for Q&A, unless otherwise instructed. These presentations can be presented live to the virtual audience either webinar style or pre-recorded.
Papers will be evaluated on the inclusion of case studies, their relevance, practicality and timeliness, along with the speaker’s knowledge and past experience.
Please include with your submission:
- Contact details
- Speaker biography (100 words)
- Speaker headshot/photograph (high res jpeg – please attach separately and not as part of a word document)
- General topic proposed
- Session proposed – Case study/Technical paper
- Proposed title of presentation
- 100-150 word presentation description/abstract
Sydney Application Timeline
Abstract submissions closing deadline – Friday 28 February 2020
Notification of success – Monday 23 March 2020
Material submission deadline – Monday 20 April 2020