Available Presentations

Wednesday, 12 May 2021

Keynote: Will it work, won’t it work? — A look at multi-site simulcast DMR network trial
Neville Digby — Senior Systems Engineer, Orion New Zealand
Andrew Mackintosh — Control Systems Engineer, Orion New Zealand

Seeing is believing: using edge computing and narrowband communications to enable advanced low-cost remote sensing
Dylan Jorgensen — CEO and Systems Engineer, Qamcom NZ

The impact of Industry 4.0 and 5G on mission-critical communication networks
Andrew Button — Senior Account Director, Nokia Enterprise NZ

LTE for critical infrastructure: standards, requirements and deployments
John Yaldwyn — CTO, 4RF Ltd

Spectrum management update – Operational
Fadia Mudafar — National Manager, Radio Spectrum Management

Workshop: Pathway to Approved Radio Certifier
Siegmund Wieser — Principal Radio Engineer
Kevin Everitt — Radio Spectrum Investigator, Radio Spectrum Management

Delivering high-throughput satellite connectivity for critical communications
Robert Suber — Managing Director, Intelsat Oceania

Thursday, 13 May 2021

Keynote: How will New Zealanders stay connected in the future?
Steve Lawrence — Tribe Lead – Network Simplification, Spark New Zealand

Securing NZ Industrial Environments — an OT perspective
Peter Jackson — Engineering Manager, Cyber, SGS ECL

Introduction to segment routing and how it will simplify L3 transport network
David Hunt — Senior Systems Engineer, Aviat Networks

IoT in the logistics industry — asset tracking and more
Shaun McBride — NZ Operations Director, Thinxtra

Wireless utility communications for a data-driven IoT-focused future
Paul Reid — CEO, Mimomax Wireless

Mission-critical Communication industry standards, options and readiness
Pete Bains — Technical Consulting, Bainz Consulting Ltd

Supporting New Zealand’s SAR, Civil Defence, and other emergency services through expert volunteers
Don Robertson — CEO, AREC

Essential 5G Field Tests
Lex Grubner — Managing Director, RF Test Solutions