Join us online for Virtual IWCE August 24-27, 2020! Building and connecting our Critical Communications community is more important than ever before, and our new digital format will make IWCE accessible to professionals around the world. At IWCE Virtual, attendees will be able 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.

IWCE Virtual will deliver robust, high-quality content including Keynote Addresses, VIP roundtables, drone demonstrations, training and other special events you were looking forward to at this year’s in-person event. You’ll also be able to take advantage of new innovative networking opportunities through data-driven matching services.

IWCE’s Virtual Conference Program features 48 breakout sessions across 9 exciting tracks. Enjoy discussions that were set to take place in March, along with new conversations examining our changing world. The tracks include: 

  • 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

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Tech Talk 

Navigating the LMR/Broadband Convergence – Test Strategies

 Wednesday, August 26th, 2020, 2:30 – 2:50 PM (EDT)

Chuck Cox, FREEDOM Product Marketing Engineer

Chuck has over 20 years of experience in multiple aspects of communication technology, including design engineering, manufacturing engineering, production test system design and sales engineering and support.

Chuck was a part of the initial R8000 design team and is also largely responsible for the automated factory calibration software used in its production.

Chuck has a Bachelor’s in Engineering from LeTourneau University.

Panel Discussion 

Changing Face of LMR – Managing Your Legacy Networks

Thursday, August 27, 2020. 11:30 AM- 12:30 PM (EDT)

Wayne Black, FREEDOM Chief Technology Officer

Wayne Black has more than 30 years’ experience in the communications field.

His background includes shuttle program mission planning, satellite tracking system design, satellite communications, radar system development, and analog and digital two-way radio system test.

Wayne is responsible for setting the direction of road maps and product development requirements in response to the changing technologies and needs of our LMR customers.

He holds Bachelor‘s and Master’s Degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M University.