Successful Launch of Training Series on Future LTE Public Safety Systems
Munich, Nov 27, 2014 – After a successful launch of the first “Future LTE Public Safety Systems” training course this month, Nomor Research and Arico Technologies today announce an extended series of training courses on Future LTE Public Safety Systems early 2015.
Two weeks ago Nomor Research and Arico Technologies held the first training course on Future LTE Public Safety Systems. The course was overbooked and attracted experts from six European countries including regulators, LTE eNB equipment manufacturers, project managers of public safety and military organizations, as well as OEM manufacturers. Due to the positive response from the market, Nomor Research and Arico Technologies decided to schedule follow up training courses already early 2015. Furthermore, additional courses are scheduled globally in the Middle East and Asia regions.
Next “Future LTE Public Safety Systems” Training courses:
· 24.-26. February 2015 in Munich, Germany
· 04.-06. March 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand
· 08.-10. March 2015 in Dubai, UAE
More Information at http://www.nomor.de/lte-public-safety-training
Due to the growing importance of video and data transmission for future public safety systems, the need for a broadband public safety standard arises. There is a consensus among organization around the world, that LTE is the technology of choice for next generation broadband public safety networks. This will speed up the time to market and leverage the economy of scale on global basis.
Nomor Research and Arico Technologies provide vendor independent consultancy services and training. Nomor Research experts have being active in LTE research and development over a decade and have been participating in 3GPP RAN standardization since 3GPP was founded in 1998. Arico Technologies on the other hand, with its CEO Harald Ludwig acting as chairmen of the TETRA + Critical Communication Association Technical Forum, has a remarkable expertise in the professional mobile radio industry and with mission- and safety-critical systems.
Nomor Research, based in Munich, Germany, is a leading company in the research and development of future and emerging communication systems. Besides its deep expertise in 3GPP based technologies, Nomor is renowned for its system level simulation services in the area of advanced radio resource management (RRM) and self-organizing networks (SON).
For further information, go to http://www.nomor.de/
Arico Technologies is a leading technological company for Professional Mobile Radio and specializes in consultancy, training and project management. Engineering competence together with many years of experience enables Arico Technologies to realize high quality services for its customers.
For further information, go to http://www.arico-tech.eu