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Cisco Live Showcases Public Safety Solutions

- March 23, 2017 - 1 Comment

Cisco Live EMEA, which was held in Berlin in the last week of February, is the premier IT industry event hosted in Europe every year. This year’s event drew over 12,000 customers, partners, press and analysts from all over Europe, the Middle East and Africa, from a multitude of disciplines and industries.

Our top executives presented keynote and innovation talks which tackled topics like cloud, collaboration, data center, enterprise networks, Internet of Things (IoT), and security across all business and public sector segments including government, education, healthcare, public safety, and transportation. We showed customers and other Cisco enthusiasts firsthand how our technology and solutions work together to solve their challenges—and heard their feedback. For a quick overview check out some of the Cisco Live daily highlights.

In the Public Safety area of the Digital Industries booth in the World of Solutions (WoS) exhibition hall, we demonstrated several of our cutting edge solutions including ones addressing the Public Safety Architecture Foundation, Situational Awareness Dashboard, Wearables and Sensors, and Secure Mobile Communication.

We were fortunate to have a number of our Public Sector partners join us in the WoS and were especially pleased to be joined in our booth by BlueLine Grid, who demonstrated GridTEAM, their secure collaboration platform.

Also at the event was Klas Telecom who demonstrated Voyager, a ruggedized, modular and scalable networking system designed to military and government requirements in any operational environment along with a tactical Premium Mobile Broadband setup.

This is the first event of this year’s global Cisco Live series. The next event will be held June 26 – 30, 2017 in Las Vegas. We look forward to seeing you there. In the meantime, get more information on our website.

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    At Melbourne Live there was an emergency base truck set up with Cisco gear so that if the need arose they could be the communications hub. Not sure if they had the Voyager gear though.

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