#CMAParis22

Location

Paris

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

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Date

14 - 16 Sep 2022
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#CMAParis22

The last attendance meeting was in 2019. Since then, requirements and solution diversity for narrowband secure mobile communications – paging and much more – have grown. Public safety and healthcare emergencies have increased the pressure to provide evenbetter and more comprehensive solutions through cooperation. Lectures, discussions, working groups, visits to user institutions in Paris and plenty of room for discussion will be part of this summit. It is all about cooperation between the players.

Further details will be published soon.


Pricing:

The pricing is organized in three modules with singular prices. There is also an Early Bird discount until 25 August. Be quick and check this out, it’s worth it.

Sep. 14th – 16th
Inkl. four breaks, midday lunch, one evening dinner “Cruise Prestige” on Sep. 15th.

Regular prices
350 € (1st participant of an organisation)
200 € (each following participant)
50% discount for CMA members

Early Bird
75% (each participant)
0 € for CMA members

Sep. 16th – afternoon
Incl. Castle and Music Garden, Bus from hotel (2 ways)

Regular price
100 € (each participant)

Early Bird
75% (each participant)

Sep. 17th – morning
Incl. guided tour, Bus from hotel (1 way)

Normal price
50 € (each participant)

Early Bird
75% (each participant)

 

 


GOLD-SPONSOR


American Messaging

American Messaging

The Dependable Choice
Prism

Prism

IPX Systems

 


SILVER-SPONSOR


Swissphone

Swissphone

Wireless AG

BRONZE-SPONOR


TPL

TPL

Systemes de communications

The event is finished.

Hourly Schedule

Wednesday, 14th September 2022

14:00
Opening
Speakers:
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick Chairman CMA, Vincent Delpont CEO e*Message France SAS
14.20
The dedicated infrastructure question
Speakers:
Angelo Saccoccia Board Member CMA and CEO TC Promotion
14:45
Diversification by cooperation
Discussion initiating presentations out of Europe, USA, Australia, a.o.
Speakers:
Graeme Hull Head of International Sales Swissphone, Klaas Lok Senior Business Developer Technolution, N.N. Kenwood Radio Activity Italy, NN Multitone UK
17:30
Working groups
WG1: What common message to get out; WG2: How to get message out; WG3: 2022 – More safety and security needed; WG4: Technical special group
19:30
Finish first day

Thursday, 15th September 2022

09:00
Calculation, religion or selflessness. Or theory of probability?
From the other point of view: Why to invest in paging? Or was it not paging?
Speakers:
Dr. Reinhard Dethloff Liberta Partners tbc, N.N. Generic Mobile Sweden, Roy Pottle Chairman and CEO of American Messaging Services LLC USA
11:00
Working groups time
13:30
Special guest from one of the EU countries: State of the art multichannel warning
Societies needs. Governmental plans. Sirens, interfaces and more: Tools to be alerted in France. Solution and next steps.
15:30
Public Safety Networks 2025 and 30ff
Speakers:
Olivier Anizet Head of Mobile Communicatoins Products & Services ASTRID
17:45
Continuation and discussion from the two main points today
Society. Safety. Security. Standard. Vulnerability. Resilience. 2nd Infrastructure.
18:30
End of inhouse conference program 2nd day.
20:00
Evening Program: (not only) Fish and ships and comms. All started with an island. The island.
Romantic dinner-cruise on the river Seine. Cooperation, complementary work. Different ways of communications. Here: river Seine. Different ways of complementary business ideas. Here: Food and transport.

Friday, 16th September 2022

09:00
Our guests’ slot (Experts and same time colleagues from Ireland - Cork, Germany - Hannover
10:00
Reports from working groups. Recommendations. Document(s) voting and poll.
11:30
Closing remarks - Paris in September and Critical Communications in 2022/23
12:30
End of inhouse and seminar summit part
13:30
Power and Comms. Journey to Chateau de Versailles
Communications in the centre of the world of 17th ff. century. Learn from decision to make and how to communicate. What can be taken from these times and what not.
19:30
End

Saturday, 17th September 2022 (for participants who want to stay another day in Paris)

10:00
Guided visit in Musee d'Orsay
Recommendation, org. support, possible CMAParis22 extension by participants. Communication in art. Change of times and views. From railway transport to idea transport. Impressionism and Expressionism as communications format.
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick Chairman CMA
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)
Vincent Delpont CEO e*Message France SAS
Angelo Saccoccia Board Member CMA and CEO TC Promotion
Graeme Hull Head of International Sales Swissphone
Swissphone
Klaas Lok Senior Business Developer Technolution
Technolution
Technolution
N.N. Kenwood Radio Activity Italy
NN Multitone UK
NN Multitone UK
Will be announced soon.
Dr. Reinhard Dethloff Liberta Partners tbc
N.N. Generic Mobile Sweden
Roy Pottle Chairman and CEO of American Messaging Services LLC USA
Roy Pottle Chairman and CEO of American Messaging Services LLC USA
With over 35 years of experience, American Messaging is one of the largest critical messaging companies in the United States, and the largest privately-owned company focused exclusively on critical messaging
Olivier Anizet Head of Mobile Communicatoins Products & Services ASTRID