IWCE 2018 to Host Communications Technology Professionals at the Industry’s Most Comprehensive Education Program in Orlando in March

IWCE 2018 to Host Communications Technology Professionals at the Industry’s Most Comprehensive Education Program in Orlando in March

 

International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) announced its 2018 conference program, which is tailored to critical communications technology professionals who want to receive the latest developments, trends and technology in wireless communications. IWCE takes place March 5-9, 2018 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

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Sensors Expo & Conference

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North America’s can’t-miss event dedicated to sensors, connectivity, and IoT will take place this June 22-24 in San Jose, CA. Attendees can make connections, collaborate with experts & peers, get insight into emerging technology & trends, and find new approaches to evergreen challenges. Use promo code FE100 for $100 off Conference Passes.

 

With ten tracks and 160 sessions over five days, the conference program offers introductory courses to technical workshops for any skill level or background. Topics include:

  • Understanding 5G

  • Disaster Communications: The Radio Systems You Hope Never Have to Use

  • Spectrum, Licensing and Frequency Coordination

  • FirstNet 

  • 911 & Public Safety  

  • Interoperability & Parallel Networks  

  • Spectrum & Signal Optimization  

  • Transformative Tech  

  • Push-to-Talk 

  • Smart Cities & Critical Infrastructure  

  • Planning & Preparation 

  • Cybersecurity  

 

New to IWCE is the Women of Wireless Workshop, which includes a series of presentations about successful habits of effective women leaders, the successes and challenges of being at the table as “pioneers” and how women in tech is timely and relevant.

 

Also, new to IWCE is the Attracting Millennials to a Rewarding Career in Wireless Course, which will cover the graying of the wireless workforce and industry emphasis on IP has created a gap in wireless education while more technologies demand wireless and RF access.  

 

Government and association partners will present their latest initiatives at Town Hall Meetings. And, various communications technology topics will be presented in Spanish and Portuguese through IWCE en Español.

 

The IWCE General Session entitled “Rethinking Wireless,” will discuss the changing wireless landscape and will provide an overview of many of the key concepts to modern wireless networks and what they all mean to current wireless and radio networks.

 

IWCE will be co-located with IWCE’s Network Infrastructure Forum and the ETA International Education Forum.

 

To learn more, download the attendee brochure here.

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