IWCE 2017 to Host an Apps Center and a Wearable Technology Pavilion

International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), the premier annual event for communications technology professionals, will have an exhebition from March 29-30 that will include over 400 exhibitors showcasing the most innovative technologies in the communications technology industry. IWCE will also host an exclusive Apps Center and a Wearable Technology Pavilion within the Exhibit Hall dedicated to new apps and wearable technologies that are bringing the communications technology sector into the next century. The event is scheduled to take place starting March 27-31 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

According to Stephanie McCall, Show Director, IWCE, Apps and wearable tech are all the rage today with consumers and are becoming more common in the government/military, public safety, utility, transportation industries. The IWCE Exhibit Hall will thus be abuzz with all of the hot new technologies and innovations featured in the App Center and the Wearable Technology Pavilion and more over conference attendees will get the education they need to bring these technologies into their organizations.

The App Center will feature the following exhibitors for showcase and interaction, Drakontas LLC, InfoRad Inc., TeleRestore, West Safety Services; while the Wearable Technology Pavilion will feature primarily the following technologies along with some other interconnected wearables, Bb Talkin, Orion Labs, Select Engineering Services LLC.

The IWCE Conference Program will also cover the topics of apps and wearables in the Transformative Technologies and FirstNet tracks. Sessions include:

· Adapting Commercial-Grade Wearable Technologies for First Responders

· Wearable Technology – Cameras, Sensors, Beacons and More

· Broadband Applications Ecosystem – Mission-Critical Solutions in Use

· FirstNet Tech Panel: Apps – How Will Public Safety Leverage FirstNet?

In addition, on March 28, a free AT&T Partner Event focused on “Broadband Applications for Critical Communication Environments” will take place. The integration of broadband LTE networks with Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems has enabled new broadband applications to service the LMR community and thus attendees will learn how AT&T and other companies are collaborating to offer essential applications to meet critical operational and emergency use case requirements and will have the opportunity to meet some of the key application developers and interoperability providers.

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