#CMAspring24

Speakers

  • Chris Jones
    Chris Jones
    CEO Critico Group UK

    Almost a quarter of a century CEO of Pageone in the UK. He was also employed by the police in the past.

  • Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
    Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
    Chairman CMA

    Studied mathematics at Donetsk State University. Doctorate at University of Applied Sciences, Energy Institute, Moscow. PhD,
    Worked in various software development management positions, e.g. CEO of a Daimler IT division. After that with liberalisation of telecommunications in Special Mobile Radio (SMR) industry.
    CEO RegioKom Berlin/Deutschland. 2000: Co-founder of the e*Message Wireless Information Services Group. CEO.
    Participation in WGs of European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and Conférence Européenne des Administrations des Postes et des Télécommunications (CEPT)
    Since mid-1990s, various board functions in SMR associations (igb e.V. – Trunked Radio, PM e.V.- Professional Mobile Radio)
    Since 2017 Board of Directors ZOES (Future Forum Public Safety) at German Parliament Bundestag
    Since 2019 Chairman of worldwide CMA (Critical Messaging Association)

  • Klaas Lok
    Klaas Lok
    Senior Business Developer Technolution

    Klaas Lok is an experienced and internationally oriented business developer with a proven track record of business generation. His key competence is translating new, innovative concepts and possibilities into innovative new solutions.

    He has special experiences in sales of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), financial transaction systems, critical communication systems.

    Klaas has an international orientation with a successful track record in the Netherlands, the UK, Denmark, Sweden and other regions.

  • Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause
    Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause
    NBS N. Business School Hamburg, Chairman of the German Safety Technology Association.

    Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause, born in Berlin, studied Psychology, Philosophy and Law at the Freie Universität and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. He has a Master Degree in Politics and Public Administration and made his PhD in Military Sciences at the University of Potsdam.

    He started his career as a research assistant for national and international security in the german Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag). Later he became director for government relations of the TÜV Rheinland Consulting GmbH and was from 2009 to 2013 CEO of the Forum on the Future of Public Security and Safety located in the german Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag). From 2009 to 2014 he was a supervisory boardmember at the D-Labs GmbH. He was Head of BOS Leitstellen Deutschland and Head of Public & Industry Affairs at Siemens Building Technologies Germany from 2014 to 2019.

    Since 2019 he is CEO at the VfS – The National Association of Security and Safety Technology.

    He has written and published several books and articles, reports and opinions in the fields of industry and security policy. He was several years adjunct professor at the University of Potsdam and the Deutsche Universität für Weiterbildung.

    Since 2022 he is professor for security technology and informationmanagement at the Northern Business School in Hamburg.

Digital Meeting

Location

Digital Meeting

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The Critical Messaging Association welcomes anyone involved in the critical messaging industry to join.

Please contact via contact page.

Date

25 Apr 2024

Labels

DIGITAL

#CMAspring24 “Easy to Use. Easy to Implement. Proven.”

Critical communication must function above all when every second counts and when other tools are in danger of failing.

Modularity and a thorough understanding of the solution help in such situations. We will talk about how this is implemented in solutions.

Deadline for contributions: March 22nd

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Hourly Schedule

15.00
Introduction by the Chairman of the CMA.
Why we chose this topic. Why we have new investors in the industry. Why we are so strongly trusted.
Speakers:
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
Two guests with a surprise:
1. Making security sustainable. Modular solutions. Making the difficult simple. Resilient
Speakers:
Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause
2. Mobile professional combination is versatile. And is becoming more diverse. The elements are customisable. And modular.
Why we are taking this approach with the new Critico.
Speakers:
Chris Jones
Two well known guests from CMA:
1. The difficult thing in the software industry: Just do it. Approach the customer. Be sure of what you are doing when there are challenges. Be resilient.
Presentation has been requested by a prominent member of the CMA. To be committed.
Speakers:
Klaas Lok
2. It's not just and not primarily paging. It is the totality of our offering. And it fits together. And it is designed with the greatest possible reliability in mind.
Presentation requested by key players in Europe. CMA member.
Speakers:
Impuls: Moderator. Discussion and exchange: By all aprticipants
Thereafter
Members' meeting. (For CMA members only)
Brief information on the working groups. Planning 2024. News from the market. Organisational information and exchange.
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
Chairman CMA
Studied mathematics at Donetsk State University. Doctorate at University of Applied Sciences, Energy Institute, Moscow. PhD, Worked in various software development management positions, e.g. CEO of a Daimler IT division. After that with liberalisation of telecommunications in Special Mobile Radio (SMR) industry. CEO RegioKom Berlin/Deutschland. 2000: Co-founder of the e*Message Wireless Information Services Group. CEO. Participation in WGs of European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and Conférence Européenne des Administrations des Postes et des Télécommunications (CEPT) Since mid-1990s, various board functions in SMR associations (igb e.V. – Trunked Radio, PM e.V.- Professional Mobile Radio) Since 2017 Board of Directors ZOES (Future Forum Public Safety) at German Parliament Bundestag Since 2019 Chairman of worldwide CMA (Critical Messaging Association)
Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause
Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause
NBS N. Business School Hamburg, Chairman of the German Safety Technology Association.
Prof. Dr. Clemens Gause, born in Berlin, studied Psychology, Philosophy and Law at the Freie Universität and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. He has a Master Degree in Politics and Public Administration and made his PhD in Military Sciences at the University of Potsdam. He started his career as a research assistant for national and international security in the german Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag). Later he became director for government relations of the TÜV Rheinland Consulting GmbH and was from 2009 to 2013 CEO of the Forum on the Future of Public Security and Safety located in the german Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag). From 2009 to 2014 he was a supervisory boardmember at the D-Labs GmbH. He was Head of BOS Leitstellen Deutschland and Head of Public & Industry Affairs at Siemens Building Technologies Germany from 2014 to 2019. Since 2019 he is CEO at the VfS – The National Association of Security and Safety Technology. He has written and published several books and articles, reports and opinions in the fields of industry and security policy. He was several years adjunct professor at the University of Potsdam and the Deutsche Universität für Weiterbildung. Since 2022 he is professor for security technology and informationmanagement at the Northern Business School in Hamburg.
Chris Jones
Chris Jones
CEO Critico Group UK
Almost a quarter of a century CEO of Pageone in the UK. He was also employed by the police in the past.
Klaas Lok
Klaas Lok
Senior Business Developer Technolution
Klaas Lok is an experienced and internationally oriented business developer with a proven track record of business generation. His key competence is translating new, innovative concepts and possibilities into innovative new solutions. He has special experiences in sales of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), financial transaction systems, critical communication systems. Klaas has an international orientation with a successful track record in the Netherlands, the UK, Denmark, Sweden and other regions.
Impuls: Moderator. Discussion and exchange: By all aprticipants