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Unsafe conditions can quickly become a crisis when communication lines are poor. Evacuation orders may not reach the front line, putting both the safety workers and the civil population at risk.

In this free webinar, you will get the opportunity to listen to Ken Rehbehn and Graham Tait when they share insights into building and maintaining resilient communication setups.

Both speakers draw upon decades of experience in operating in the field combined with their extensive knowledge of applying resilient communication setups. This is your guarantee for an hour webinar with plenty of insights.

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Safety at work is also determined by the communication lines. Our mission is to provide the best possible communication solutions to your law enforcement, firefighters, and ambulance services. However, sometimes things do not go as planned and the worst happens. Therefore, we have decided to donate $10 to the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund when you sign up for the free webinar.

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Critical Communication – Impact and Resilience, Ken Rehbehn (Principal Analyst, CritComm Insights)

A Multi Layered approach to overcome communication fallouts, Henrik Nørrelykke (Vice President, Critical Communications, Cobham Satcom)

Ensuring Personal Connectivity whilst mobile, Graham Tait (Station Officer, Fire & Rescue, NSW)


Ken Rehbehn

Principal Analyst at Critical Communications Insights LLC

Founder and Principal Analyst Ken Rehbehn delivers industry analysis addressing the international landscape of systems, networks, professional services, devices, and applications that provide a thriving ecosystem for public safety/industrial communications innovation. He tracks changes in mobile broadband network evolution (LTE, 5G), critical communications group voice (3GPP Mission-Critical Push-to-Talk, DMR, TETRA, and Project25), location capabilities, NG9-1-1/112, Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) spectrum issues, and public safety/industrial Internet of Things (IoT).

Ken combines decades of experience in data communications technology with an extensive background as a former 9-1-1 dispatcher and paramedic. He is currently an active firefighter/EMT with Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services in Bethesda, Maryland. As a first responder, he uses the Project 25 (Motorola APX series) and LTE (FirstNet and Verizon) devices and applications during incident responses. This hands-on experience with trunked radio systems and public safety mobile data applications brings first-hand experience & understanding from the user's perspective.

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Graham Tait

Station Officer AFSM

Graham has worked for Fire & Rescue NSW for the past 40 years, occupying various roles as a front-line firefighter and Station Commander, Communications Centre Operator and Supervisor, and communications specialist on the NSW Urban Search & Rescue team. For the past 17 years, he has been working within the Operational Communications Branch with a few different roles, including managing the operational use of organisations computer aided dispatch system, and the integration of new technologies such as mobile data terminals and automatic vehicle location systems, as well as operational management of the LMR radio system across the State.

Graham held a key role in the project to implement a new CAD system and the rationalisation of communications centres for Fire & Rescue NSW, which resulted in the introduction of a brand-new call taking and dispatch environment for the State in 2012.

His operational experience, and background technical knowledge has allowed him to have a unique understanding of the control room and communications environments for emergency services.