White Paper: The message – not just a critical one – for 2023

The New Year 2023 has already reached a certain age. About the same as if it were 10 years in a human life. Time to think about the next 45 weeks and what we can build on.

With #CMASummit21 Series – Critical Messaging – from Reality to the Future – Industry

#CMASummit21 Industry
  • Second conference in October 2021, Topic  Industry

Berlin, October 19th, 2021

The board of the Critical Messaging Association has decided on a series of half-day conferences on the specific issues of professional security-related communication. On 28th October at 1pm CET the second exiting event #CMASummit21 will take place as a virtual meeting, too. This time the focus will be on critical messaging in industry.

The event will focus on the areas of safe and secure information, coordination and alerting in industry.

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With #CMASummit21 Series – Critical Messaging – from Reality to the Future

  • First partial conference in May 2021

Berlin, April 9th, 2021

The board of the Critical Messaging Association has decided on a series of half-day conferences on the specific issues of professional security-related communication. The first event will take place on May 18, 2021 and will be dedicated to the topic of Public Safety. With experts, CMA members and leading representatives of those responsible for the communication of the security forces from the countries of the members, i.e. from the USA, Europe and Australia, as well as speakers including high-level ones, academia and industry, gladly going beyond. The preparations and, in particular, the calls for substantive participation will be followed especially on the account http://bit.ly/CMA_LinkedInA.

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CMA successfully completes 2020

Header image Press-Release Successfully completed 2020
  • Critical messaging has gained even greater importance in crisis situations
  • CMA members particularly engaged in healthcare, emergency response alerting, industry, lone worker security and supply chain logistics
  • A white spot in the communications industry needs to be filled

Berlin, January 18, 2021

The Critical Messaging Association, a global association of stakeholders in alternative communications, has had a successful year. Success is defined primarily by the expansion of market access for member companies and increased recognition of specialized communications in times of particularly critical situations. 2020 was such a year. CMA members are particularly involved in healthcare, alerting action forces of firefighters and industry, securing lone workers outside the office, and in some countries as market leaders in ensuring the supply chain in logistics. More than in the past, the technology of paging and Narrow Band Point to Multipoint (NP2M) is also used for secure control in the energy sector, here also for the “New Energy”. With machine-to-machine applications.

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US Webpage of the Month: Prism-IPX Systems

US Webpage of the Month is https://www.prism-ipx.com/

Prism-IPX Systems is located in Alpharetta, Georgia, USA. Founded in 1997. 
Long term member of Critical Messaging Association. Its Founder and Chairman is 
Member of Board of Directors in CMA. 

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European Webpage of the Month: Radio Activity

Our Member Radio Activity in Italy, now Proud Member of JVCKENWOOD Group. 
About DMR, Radio Communications, Professional Radio Coverage, about POCSAG. 

Learn more : http://www.radioactivity-tlc.com/en_solutions.html

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New Home for Critical Communication

CMA Homepage Screenshot
  • The board of directors is releasing the new website of the Critical Messaging Association.
  • More important than ever in coronavirus times: The connection through unique content is being reinforced.
  • A hidden beginning of a wider culture of publications.

Berlin, September 2020: Unforeseen developments, unpredictable communication, changes in behaviours:

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Ensuring reliable availability during times of crisis: critical infrastructures require “double support”

Berlin, 20 March 2020: The world is almost shutting down. Due to the rapid spread of the Covid 19, countries are declaring a state of emergency. In practice, this means focusing on the essentials, for example safeguarding critical infrastructures. However, the sudden massive burden on existing IT and TC systems due to millions of mobile or home office activities is creating an unprecedented situation in the digital communications sector too. So it is all the more important that emergency crews, among others, are able to rely on a second infrastructure.

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Next CMA Summit Goes Digital – Follow #CMAweb20

The next CMA Summit will be conducted using internet based video and voice conferencing. It will be easy for users to join and will feature many meaningful topics for discussion.

The #CMAweb20 will take part on April 29, 2020 at 1PM CEST (UTC+2).

Registration is required. For that time to be used provisional address events@critmsg.org. Reply will be as soon as possible.

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e*Message Managing Director Dr. Dietmar Gollnick is the new President of the Critical Messaging Association (CMA)

Dr. Dietmar Gollnick Chairman CMA-Europe
  • Gollnick takes over from Derek Banner as president
  • e*Message has been an active member of the CMA for many years
  • Next CMA Summit in spring 2020

Berlin, 14th November 2019: The Managing Director of e*Message Wireless Information Services Deutschland GmbH, Dr. Dietmar Gollnick, was elected as the new President of the global Critical Messaging Association (CMA) at the start of November in Brussels. He follows in the footsteps of Derek Banner (UK), who held the post for many years and was no longer up for election. The result of the vote was unanimous.

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