Panel: How is the current aerospace boom utilising, and enhancing, critical communications in NZ?

With a current global value of NZ$360 billion, estimated to increase to NZ$2.7 trillion by 2050, the aerospace and future transport space is bright – and the sector is clearly booming in New Zealand, and digital transformation and IoT-fuelled demand for space and satellite services is rising. What does this mean for  critical communications industries […]

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Welcome and opening remarks

Welcome: John Laughton – President, RFUANZ Opening remarks: MC, Chris Stevens – Managing Director, CartGIS

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Radio Interference – policies and processes

The Radio Spectrum Management investigations group present a discussion on proactive and reactive radio spectrum monitoring for interference and auditing purposes. Come along to understand more about some of the tools and processes that RSM have developed to assist with protecting spectrum availability and utilisation. This presentation will include examples of strategic deployments of remote […]

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Long Range Digital Radio for Land Search & Rescue

In early 2019, the Wakatipu LandSAR group made a request to the LandSAR NZ to fund equipment and expertise for a LRDR Proof of Concept. The first field trials highlighted some challenges, including user training and integration/configuration issues within the system. The extended duration of the PoC has allowed these issues to be resolved. The […]

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Spectrum Management Update

Daniel O’Grady of Radio Spectrum Management’s (RSM) Policy and Planning Team will provide an update on RSM’s current and future work program. Daniel will discuss the recent Draft Five Year Spectrum Outlook consultation process, progress on the allocation of spectrum for 5G, and work with Māori on finding a long term solution for Spectrum Access. […]

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Multi-channel and low audio latency required for NZ Police Voice Linking Project

Requiring an expansion to their multi-channel linking equipment and replacement for aging and unsupported analogue backhaul equipment in their network, New Zealand Police selected Mimomax Tornado radios to deploy in their 400MHz LMR network. With some links as long as 45 kilometers, hilly terrain and some non-line-of-sight paths to manage, the project required careful path planning prior […]

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Keynote: Building an Aerospace Nation

Aerospace Christchurch has developed a thriving community with a focus on creating a vibrant aerospace ecosystem in New Zealand. Mark will touch on around ten aerospace projects to give a taste of what is underway and will discuss radio communication implications. Mark Rocket CEO Aerospace Christchurch and Kea Aerospace

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Welcome and opening remarks

Welcome: Geoff Hird – MD/Publisher, WF Media Opening remarks: MC, Chris Stevens – Managing Director, CartGIS

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