International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE)

Virtual Conference
August 20, 2020

International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE)

IWCE 2020 is going virtual on August 24 - 27, 2020! This new 100% online experience will allow attendees to watch and listen to sessions live or on-demand, participate in Q&A sessions with speakers, engage with exhibitors in our Virtual Expo Hall, network with colleagues and learn about the latest industry trends- all from the comfort of your home. Our new virtual format will make IWCE more accessible than ever, connecting industry professionals from the government, public safety, utilities, transportation, enterprise, professional services and the dealer sectors. We hope to see you there!

IWCE’s Virtual Program features 48 content-rich sessions across 9 tracks. Attend the discussions you were looking forward to at our in-person event, along with fresh insights including our new 2020 Track that will examine the implications of the COVID crisis.

All sessions will be available live with on-demand playback, so you can fit IWCE Virtual into your schedule and enjoy content at your leisure.

IWCE Virtual Tracks:
* 2020 (sessions on COVID-19, budgeting in these uncertain times, the digital divide & more)
* Public Safety & Emergency Communications
* Push-to-Talk & Future of Voice
* 5G, Infrastructure & Connectivity
* Interoperability & Interworking
* In-Building Wireless
* Safe Cities & Critical Infrastructure
* FirstNet
* Disaster Comms

Sessions will examine modern topics in critical communications including indoor radio compliance, financial realities, 5G Backhaul, FirstNet, cybersecurity, 911 funding and modernization, interoperability, drones, HPUE, smart cities, grant funding, spectrum management, telehealth and more.

Don’t miss speakers from the Department of Homeland Security:

What 5G Will Change (and What it Won’t): The Hype, Future of Infrastructure and Beyond
Mon., Aug. 24, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
DHS Speaker: Cuong Luu, DHS S&T

Priority and Preemption: Does it Really Matter Anymore?
Thurs., Aug. 27, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
DHS Speaker: Norman Speicher, DHS S&T