COVID-19's effect on the critical communications sector
Analyst firm Omdia has conducted extensive research over the past few months to gauge the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the critical communications sector.
The webinar will cover Omdia’s insights into the long-term issues that may be faced by specific sectors of the critical communications industry, from mobile radio and critical broadband through to command and control rooms.
The online event will also assess the pressures placed on each market segment by COVID-19 so far in 2020, what kind of opportunities lie ahead, and what this could mean for vendors and users alike.
Both positive and negative scenarios will be outlined.
The research findings will be presented by Paul Bremner, a principal analyst in the Critical Communications group at Omdia. Based in London, he is the lead analyst for the Command and Control Rooms Intelligence Service.
Bremner has written reports on a diverse range of topics, covering security end-user concerns across a range of different vertical markets, the security system integration market and the emerging safe cities market.
There are two hour-long sessions available for this webinar, running from 6 pm AEST on Wednesday, 16 September and 1 am AEST on Thursday, 17 September. Each session will have the same content and a live Q&A.
Registration details and more information on TCCA’s full Critical Updates series can be found by clicking here.
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