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International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) will host an Apps Center and a Wearable Technology Pavilion within the Exhibit Hall, March 29-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The new apps and wearable technologies bring the communications technology sector into the next century. The IWCE Exhibit Hall that will include more than 400 exhibitors showcasing the most innovative technologies in the communications technology industry.

These technologies will join hundreds of exhibitors showcasing latest in different communications technologies Apps and wearable tech are all the rage today with consumers and they are becoming more common in the government/military, public safety, utility and transportation industries.. The Exhibit Hall will be abuzz with all of the hot new technologies and innovations featured in the App Center and the Wearable Technology Pavilion and conference attendees will get the education they need to bring these technologies into their organizations through the Transformative Technologies and FirstNet tracks.

In addition, on Tuesday, March 28 an AT&T Partner Event focused on “Broadband Applications For Critical Communication Environments” will take place.

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IWCE Brings Students and Veterans to Event through Scholarships

International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) is collaborating with ETA International, Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE) and Radio Club of America (RCA) to bring students and veterans through scholarships to IWCE March 27-31 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

By offering industry education, a robust expo hall hosting new and innovative technologies and access to though leaders in the communications technology marketplace the scholarship winners will gain the contacts and skills they need to advance their careers.

The scholarship award winners include:

  • Cody Kunze, FOI, of California, MO has been awarded the ETA Veteran Scholarship, which is intended for veterans interested in a career in the wireless communications field. Kunze was a Journeyman Munitions Expert with the U.S. Air Force and is currently an electrician and signal technician for the Missouri Department of Transportation.
  • Delphine Djomo, a student at A&M Consolidated High School in College Station, TX, has been awarded the ETA Student Scholarship. This scholarship was established to recognize outstanding full-time students enrolled in electronics courses to encourage them to pursue careers in the wireless communications industry.
  • Dhantha Gunarathna, a senior at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, has been awarded the Association for Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE) Student Scholarship.
  • Anna Veal, a student at the STEM School and Academy in Highlands Ranch, CO, has been named the recipient of the Radio Club of America (RCA) Young Achievers Award. The award is presented to students in high school or younger who have demonstrated excellence and creativity in wireless communications.

The scholarship criteria and winners are selected by each of the associations. IWCE covers all travel expenses for scholarship winners and will provide a complimentary Premium Package conference pass, which includes access to IWCE’s five-day conference program.

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