2015 Agenda - Critical Communications Asia

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2015 Agenda - Critical Communications Asia
Conference Day One: Tuesday 24th March 2015
08.30
Registration and Refreshments
Morning Plenary
09:00
09.15
09.40
10.05
Introductory Remarks & Speed Networking
Morning Chair: Phil Kidner, CEO, TETRA + Critical Communications Association
Examining the deployment of TETRA hand-portable radios to assist in the security of the 17th Asian Games, Incheon, South Korea
 Outlining the drivers for increasing Tetra deployment
 Deploying hand held and DMO gateway radios to policemen to police and secure the Games
 Quantifying the importance of quality, reliability and ease of use in ensuring seamless and continuous communication even in critical
circumstances
Mr. Kim, Jinbum, Winnersystech
Meeting the Critical Communications needs of the future. Evolving Tetra for new services for users and tools for operators
 Outlining the need for new services and tools as well as the provision of TETRA over LTE
 Increasing efficiency and productivity with mobile data use
 Evolving the PMR operator to provide voice and data services
Tapio Mäkinen, Marketing Director, Airbus Defence and Space
Examining the development of Malaysia’s nationwide TETRA-based Government Integrated Radio Network (GIRN)
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Meeting the needs of users through collaborative innovation
Developing specific technology and broadening the use of GIRN
Planning for the future
Ms Tan Suat Kheng, Chief Operating Office, Sapura Research Sdn. Bhd.
10.30
Morning Coffee Break and Networking - Your opportunity to visit the exhibition and seminar theatre and listen to:
1100-1120: DAMM's rapid deployable TETRA system offers an instant out-of-the-box communications solution.
Johann Janzen, Presales Support Engineer, DAMM Cellular Systems
11.30
Operating efficiently with TETRA and broadband applications together
 What applications are actively being used today by PMR users?
 Applications used on narrow band networks
 Combining technologies to bring business and user benefits
Oscar Louro, Business Development Director, Teltronic
11.55
Interactive Panel Session: Business models for new services and applications for critical communications users in Asia
 How will mission critical mobile broadband networks, usage and applications develop?
 How can you operate TETRA and broadband applications together efficiently?
 Is there a case for migrating From TETRA To dedicated LTE systems?
 Comparing the different business models for broadband networks: network build, PPP, outsourcing to telco network
W Y Chu, Senior Telecom Manager, CLP Power Hong Kong
Ole Arrhenius, Senior Marketing Manager, Airbus Defence and Space
Oscar Louro, Business Development Director, Teltronic
Praba Sangarajoo, Vice President, Group Business Development, Sapura Secured Technologies
12.40
Lunch and Networking - Your opportunity to visit the CCW Asia 2015 exhibition and the seminar theatre to listen to:
1300- 1320: Integration Solutions for Managing Real Mission Critical Operations
Ricardo Puig, Teltronics
1320- 1340: Innovate TH1n TETRA Terminal with Covert solution
Mr. Jukka Saari, TETRA Terminals portfolio manager, Airbus DS
Session A: Chair: Anton Abrahams, Chairman, TCCA Australia
Applications and Services for Mining
Session C: Chair: Robin Davies, Chairman TCCA Transport Group / Director,
Actica Consulting
Applications and Services for Transport Systems
14.00
Opening Address
MINISTER IN THE PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT : Y.B. DATO' SERI SHAHIDAN BIN KASSIM
14:10 Meeting the mission critical communication requirements of the
Australian Mining industry
 Why most of the mining projects in Australia have chosen TETRA
 How are the mission critical radio needs of the industry met with
14:10 Examining the operation of the critical communications in the Daeku
Metro L3 South Korea
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Outlining the requirements for safety and business critical operations
in the metro
TETRA
Why Oil and gas firms favour TETRA for safe equipment and
efficient data
Anton Abrahams, Chairman, TCCA Australia
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15.25
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meeting the specific requirements in driverless environment
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Maximizing cost effectiveness of a deployed TETRA Solution
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Plans for network evolution
Taejung Lee, Project Leader for Communication System, Daeku Metro
14:35 Examining the change that is occurring within major mining
companies as their voice radio systems transition from being a useful
tool to becoming truly mission critical service
 Examining levels of redundancy required f or mission critical radio
 Quantifying the role of the radio system in personnel safety
 Outlining the role of TETRA in the large scale mining
 Deploying TETRA enhancements to emergency call features
Mark Thompson, Walker Newman and Associates Pty Ltd
14:35 Examining the operation of the Sapura TETRA System in the
Malaysian Metro
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Outlining the requirements for safety and business critical operations
in the metro
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Maximizing cost effectiveness of a deployed TETRA Solution
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Plans for network evolution
Henry Mayot, Senior Engineer, System - GIRN & CMTS MMC Gamuda KV
MRT (PDP) Sdn. Bhd
15:00 Delivering and supporting critical communications systems with in
the mining environment
 Outlining the challenges faced in the mine environment
 Delivering critical communication systems
 Examining key supportability issues and how they can be resolved
Johnny Swain, Managing Director, Delta Business Solutions Pty Ltd
15:00 Examining the Operational Requirement & Challenges of Motorola
TETRA System in ERL Railway Network
Laxchumy Saravanamuthu, Signalling- Engineer, ERL Maintenance Support
Sdn. Bhd.
Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking: Your opportunity to visit the exhibition and seminar theatre to listen to:
1530-1550: Enhanced Radio Coverage Solution
Dennis Li, General Manager, Sunny Telecoms Services Limited
Session B: Chair: Anton Abrahams, Chairman, TCCA Australia
Applications and Services for First Responders
Session D: Chair: Robin Davies, Chairman TCCA Transport Group /
Director, Actica Consulting
Applications and Services for Hospital Care and Industry
15.55Planning, implementing and operating critical communication
networks for the police
 Outlining the key criteria in planning a network for the police
 Managing the infrastructure
 Optimum strategy for renewing and updating the network
Thushara Gamalath, Director CCTV Division and Member of Police
15.55 Broadband Requirement for a Professional Mobile Radio System in
utilities
 Outlining current deployment and operation of Tetra by CLP
 Outlining the drivers for broadband PMR
 Making the case for integrating broadband PMR with the emergency
services
Information and Communication System(PICS) Project, Sri Lanka Police
W Y Chu, Senior Telecom Manager, CLP Power Hong Kong
16.20 Evolving networks and services for the next generation of critical
communication users
 Examining the current PMR market and the role of TETRA
 Developing resilient and future proofed networks
 Deploying a critical communications broadband network
 What will be the next generation of services and applications?
Ged Griffin, Researcher, University of Melbourne, Inspector, Victoria
Police
16.20 Outlining the TETRA deployment at Samalaju Industrial Port, Bintulu
Sarawak
 Outlining the specific critical communications requirements of a sea
port
 Examining how TETRA is used in daily sea port operations
 Determining future network upgrade requirements
Andrew Lee, SLW Corporation Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
16:45 Examining The Use of PMR Communication in Pre Hospital Care and
Ambulance Services in Malaysia
 Outlining the drivers for using PMR Communication in Pre Hospital
Care and Ambulance Services
 Outlining the challenges on deployment and operation
 Lessons learnt
Khairul Nizam Hassan, Department of Emergency Services, Ministry of
Health Malaysia
17.10
Join all of the Critical Communications Asia Attendees for Networking Reception
Continue to discuss the issues of the day while making new contacts with your colleagues from around Asia.
Conference Day Two: Wednesday 25th March 2015
08.30
Registration and Refreshments
09.00
Introductory Remarks & Speed Networking
Morning Chair: Phil Kidner, CEO, TETRA + Critical Communications Association
09.10
Outlining the TETRA service operated by Segi Maju Consortium in Malaysia
 Outlining the deployment of TETRA in the Segi Maju Consortium network
 Examining the different business models
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Examining the future roadmap of network expansion and upgrades
Mr.Jeff Loh, Segi Maju Consortium
09.35
10.00
10.25
Examining the delivery options of critical infrastructure through Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Malaysia
 Challenges and opportunities in implementing PPP
 Comparing the different business models of PPP for critical asset and infrastructure
 Structuring successful PPP deals that benefits all
Mr Massuan Ahamad, Specialist Officer, Minister’s Office, Malaysia Government
Effectively managing the ‘big data’ generated through broadband mission critical services
 Harnessing the power of data to build community safety and resilience
 Effectively ensuring data interoperability and connectedness between agencies
 Data management considerations for mission critical data:
 where do you store it?
 how secure will it be?
 how long do you keep it for?
Deborah Weiss, CIO, State Of Victoria’s Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority
The Mission Critical User and Mobile Broadband
Jonathan Hamill, Vice President Government & Public Safety, Sepura
10.50
Morning Coffee Break and Networking – take the opportunity to meet members of the TCCA in the seminar theatre
Session E, Interactive Roundtable: Disaster Management and First
Responder Services
11.30
Roundtable discussion, Open to Users and Operators
Meeting of the Minds: Disaster Management and First Responder
Services in light of emerging technologies in critical communications
• Sharing of experience in emergency communications during crisis
• Understanding the need and aspirations of broadband technologies in
critical communications
• Outlining operator's experience in disaster management and
implementation challenges of broadband technology in critical
communications
• Addressing the current challenges while planning for the build out of
Session F: Regional Case Studies
11.50 Developing Business Critical TETRA data apps for the transportation
industry
 Using TETRA to meet the key communications requirements of an
international airport
 Outlining new plans for to develop TETRA data applications for:
 Flight Information Display System (FIDS)
 Baggage Handling System (BHS)
 Gate Allocation System (GAS)
 Challenges of the transition from the analogue system to digital
 Outlining the coverage of the system in the airport
 Lessons learnt for the transport industry
emerging technologies
• Improving coordination and collaboration amongst public safety and
first responder agencies via real time applications
Invited Speakers:
National Security Council, Malaysia
Department of Emergency Services, Ministry of Health, Malaysia
Operation Management Center, Fire & Rescue Department of Malaysia
Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives & Consumerism
Road Transport Department, Malaysia
National Disaster Management Centre, Brunei
Bureau of Fire Department, Philippines
Fire & Rescue Department, Brunei
Customs and Excise Department, Hong Kong
Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
Singapore Civil Defence Force
Mohd Fauzi Bin Abdul Hamid, Manager - Excellence Centre, Malaysian
Airports
12.15 Critical Broadband Standardisation: Outlining the current status of
international, cooperation towards common standards and harmonised
spectrum for mobile broadband
 Current status of the development and adoption of common global
mobile-broadband standards
 Update from ETSI and 3GPP Standards Evolution For LTE Critical
Communications
 An Update From Critical Communications Broadband Group
 Is migration to LTE inevitable for Mission Critical Use?
 Will LTE spectrum be available for public safety Users?
Adrian Scrase, ETSI CTO, Head of 3GPP Mobile Competence Centre
12.40 Examining the cultural/political differences and challenges of
developing nations wishing to attain international standards in the field of
Public Safety
 Outlining the drivers for international public safety standards
 Detailing the challenges of cultural and political differences
 Examining standardisation progress made to date
Gary Payne, President & CEO, IPST
13.05
Lunch and Networking
Your Opportunity To Visit The CCW Asia 2015 Exhibition
Afternoon chair: Robin Davies, Chairman TCCA Transport Group / Director, Actica Consulting
14:05
Being open – the key to digital success
 Open vs closed architecture in critical radio and broadband communication
 Using TetraFlex open API to bridge seamlessly to analogue and LTE via Gateways
 Reduce costs and improve performance with intelligent distributed architecture
 Case studies within Mining, Rail & Metro, Oil & Gas, Ports and Airports
 Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), Australia
14.30
15.10
 Gorgon LNG Project, Chevron, Australia
 Mumbai monorail & Western Railway (Rail)
 KKIA (Riyadh King Khalid International Airport) Saudi Arabia
Johann Janzen, Presales Support Engineer , DAMM Cellular Systems
Interactive Panel Session: Evolving networks and services for the next generation of critical communication users
 Examining the current PMR market and the role of TETRA
 Developing resilient and future proofed networks
 What is the right time for deploying a critical communications broadband network?
 What will be the next generation of services and applications?
 Tackling cyber security threats
Anton Abrahams, Chairman, TCCA Australia
Ged Griffin, Researcher, University of Melbourne, Inspector, Victoria Police
W Y Chu, Senior Telecom Manager, CLP Power Hong Kong
Terence Ledger, Regional Director APAC, Sepura
Integrating Social Media into Public Safety Communications During a Disaster
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Examining the role of social media in a disaster
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How can social media could potentially enhance their level of situational awareness and support their decision making process?
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Integrating social media into the public safety communications and operational environment
Ged Griffin, Researcher, University of Melbourne, Inspector, Victoria Police
15.35
Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking
Your Opportunity To Visit CCW Asia 2015 Exhibition
16.25
16.50
Radio spectrum– where is the spectrum going to be for mission critical broadband networks and how will it be allocated?
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Outlining current spectrum regulations in the region for mission critical mobile broadband
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Considering potential frequency bands, standards and regulatory models
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Involving users in the development of standards
Mr. Ahmad Nasruddin, Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission
Roundtable debate: What other issues need to be addressed to ensure effective critical communications in APAC?
 How will TETRA and broadband applications operate together?
 Examining how telecom operators can enable professional LTE networks to support PMR needs
 Comparing the relative benefits of the different critical communications standards (DMR, TETRA, P25) for business critical communications
 Outlining the progress in the development of handsets for public safety LTE
 Radio spectrum in Asia – where is the spectrum going to be for mission critical broadband networks and how will it be allocated?
In an interactive roundtable the audience will debate the future of critical communications in APAC
17.30
Close of Conference

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