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Approval Solutions


Uganda

Stand 1B02.W2

 

Welcome to Approval Solutions. We are a full-service professional type approval company specializing in the regulatory type approval of short range devices,WiFi RFID,GSM/GPRS/ GPS/EDGE,WCDMA,HSPA ,LTE,WiMAX, Bluetooth and PSTN , car technologies , medical technologies, and other equipment needing type approval . Our comprehensive type approval and certification services set us apart from other type approval companies in the world, and our prices and customer service make hiring us a decision you will not regret. Approval Solutions helps the worlds’ manufacturers of telecommunications equipment, information technology equipment, radio devices and other products to obtain regulatory approvals.

There are many type approval companies in the world, but our long experience and good range of services, prices, a span over 150 countries and the benefits that we offer make Approval Solutions the best type approval and certification service company for all your needs. We also offer homologation services in the Middle East, Africa , Asia , America, Europe , Latin and Oceania countries.

Why should Exhibition visitors come to our stand?

Approval Solutions services are designed to expedite our clients’ needs in the field of regulatory approval. In addition to our cost-effective solutions and support, we can help access technical standards and understand local market conditions. Furthermore, where regulations don’t suit our clients’ technology, we have the team and resources in place to make your case to foreign regulators.

You can expect to find the following excellent services at the Approval Solutions stand:
(1) Type approval planning, handling and management.
(2) Preparation and submission of testing and type approval applications.
(3) Local market information and the general business environment
(4) Project Management including updates on your product progress
(5) Standards and local research , as every regulatory Body has it own test standards and procedures
(6) Provision of local presence for our clients

Come and discuss more on how you can get your product onto the market at low cost and on time. Come to Approval Solutions to learn more about regulatory type approval procedures and pricing, and the validity of your certification .

Come one, come all – and find the best solutions on how to access the global market

Activity:

Brief description:

Date:

Time:

Introduction to Homologation Services

How to get started with regulatory procedures

10 September

All day

Sensitisation to Regulatroy Rules

Requirements for regulatory approval of a product 

12 September

All day

Frequencies , band categories and new standards

National bands, frequencies and standards

13 September

All day​

ATDI


France

Stand 1A12

 

ATDI is a global leader in solutions for the design, planning and modelling of radio networks and spectrum management.

ATDI develops, supplies and supports a comprehensive set of software tools for the planning, modelling and regulation of ra diocommunications services. Support services include expert consultancy, monitoring & measurement, digital cartography, network design and optimization.

The company’s software tools are technology-agnostic, incorporate the latest propagation models and are ITU-compliant.

ATDI’s network planning and modelling tools consider terrain and associated clutter, supported by the very latest propagation tools, ensuring systems are planned effectively.

ATDI uses its wealth of experience in the radiocommunications industry to offer superior value consultancy services. The combination of software and consultancy expertise means that ATDI is in a unique position when it comes to understanding complex customer requirements relating to spectrum regulation, occupancy and management.

The ATDI group supports 2000 customers worldwide including more than 90 spectrum regulation authorities. ATDI’s development and integration teams are located in USA, UK, France, South America, Poland, Australia, Ukraine, India, Russia and Singapore. The company’s team of experts comes from 29 countries. ATDI is currently managing more than 15 spectrum management projects.


Website:
www.atdi.com

Azerbaijan Pavilion


Azerbaijan

Stand 2E01

 

Bangladesh Pavilion


Bangladesh

Stand 2A04

 

BOCRA


Botswana

Stand 3C01

 

The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority was established through the Communications Regulatory Authority Act, 2012, (CRA Act) as an independent regulatory authority for the communications sector in Botswana, comprising telecommunications, internet and information and communication technologies, radio communications, broadcasting, postal services and related matters. BOCRA’s mission is to regulate the communications sector for the promotion of competition, innovation, consumer protection and universal access. Its vision is to achieve a connected and informed society in Botswana.

The full list of BOCA’s regulatory responsibilities is provided for under Section 6 of the CRA Act. They include but are not limited to the following:

  • Licensing of communications service providers;
  • Protection and promotion of the interests of consumers, purchasers and other users of the services in the regulated sectors, particularly in respect of the prices charged for, and the availability, quality and variety of, services and products offered throughout Botswana;
  • Approval of tariffs for services offered by licencees;
  • Management of radio frequency spectrum;
  • Management of numbering resources;
  • Type Approval of communications equipment;
  • Management of the Country Code Top Level Domain (ccTLD or .bw);
  • Advising government on all matters relating to the regulated sectors and proposed policy and legislation for those sectors;
  • Representing Botswana at regional and international level on matters of communications sector

Why should Exhibition visitors come to our stand?

The Republic of Botswana is a landlocked country in southern Africa. It shares its borders with Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Its surface area is approximately 582,000 sq km, slightly larger than France, or slightly smaller than the State of Texas of the United States of America. The country is sparsely populated, with up to 84% of the country covered by the Kalahari Desert, the vast arid to semi-arid landscape of much of Botswana and parts of Namibia and South Africa. Botswana’s population of 2 024 904 million people (in 2011) is concentrated in the eastern part of the country. Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. 38% of its total land area is devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas.

Botswana liberalized its telecommunications sector in 1996 and introduced competition in 1998 by issuing the first two mobile licenses, followed by the first two commercial radio broadcasting licenses and internet service provider licenses. Since liberalization, the communications market in Botswana has evolved rapidly. Today, Botswana has 153% mobile penetration, one of the highest mobile penetration rates in Africa. Active mobile broadband internet usage sits at 75%. The country ranks No.5 in Sub-Saharan Africa according to ITU’s 2017 ICT Development Index. It is estimated that mobile telephony networks cover at least 95% of the population with varying network capabilities of 2G, 3G and 4G.

Botswana Pavilion


Botswana

Stand 3C01

 

The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority was established through the Communications Regulatory Authority Act, 2012, (CRA Act) as an independent regulatory authority for the communications sector in Botswana, comprising telecommunications, internet and information and communication technologies, radio communications, broadcasting, postal services and related matters. BOCRA’s mission is to regulate the communications sector for the promotion of competition, innovation, consumer protection and universal access. Its vision is to achieve a connected and informed society in Botswana.

The full list of BOCA’s regulatory responsibilities is provided for under Section 6 of the CRA Act. They include but are not limited to the following:

  • Licensing of communications service providers;
  • Protection and promotion of the interests of consumers, purchasers and other users of the services in the regulated sectors, particularly in respect of the prices charged for, and the availability, quality and variety of, services and products offered throughout Botswana;
  • Approval of tariffs for services offered by licencees;
  • Management of radio frequency spectrum;
  • Management of numbering resources;
  • Type Approval of communications equipment;
  • Management of the Country Code Top Level Domain (ccTLD or .bw);
  • Advising government on all matters relating to the regulated sectors and proposed policy and legislation for those sectors;
  • Representing Botswana at regional and international level on matters of communications sector

Why should Exhibition visitors come to our stand?

The Republic of Botswana is a landlocked country in southern Africa. It shares its borders with Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Its surface area is approximately 582,000 sq km, slightly larger than France, or slightly smaller than the State of Texas of the United States of America. The country is sparsely populated, with up to 84% of the country covered by the Kalahari Desert, the vast arid to semi-arid landscape of much of Botswana and parts of Namibia and South Africa. Botswana’s population of 2 024 904 million people (in 2011) is concentrated in the eastern part of the country. Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. 38% of its total land area is devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas.

Botswana liberalized its telecommunications sector in 1996 and introduced competition in 1998 by issuing the first two mobile licenses, followed by the first two commercial radio broadcasting licenses and internet service provider licenses. Since liberalization, the communications market in Botswana has evolved rapidly. Today, Botswana has 153% mobile penetration, one of the highest mobile penetration rates in Africa. Active mobile broadband internet usage sits at 75%. The country ranks No.5 in Sub-Saharan Africa according to ITU’s 2017 ICT Development Index. It is estimated that mobile telephony networks cover at least 95% of the population with varying network capabilities of 2G, 3G and 4G.

CITRA


Kuwait

2018 Silver Sponsor

 

CSAIA


China

Stand 3B01

 

China Satellite Application Industry Association (CSAIA) was founded in 1993. It is a national industry association in China. The main members of CSAIA are the key units in China's national satellite and application sectors such as satellite and monitoring, information security research and development, aerospace science and technology, telecommunication operation services, university research institutes, international business and other enterprises. The scope of business is to provide satellite applications and information security solutions for research projects to authorities, to provide information consulting, satellite application solutions planning and design, project implementation, technical support and other services to government departments and enterprises, and to organize product exhibition, technology exchange, industry news release and other activities of satellite applications.

Why should Exhibition visitors come to your stand?
We facilitate international cooperation in satellite applications.

Ecocarrier


Canada

Stand 1A13

 

Egypt Pavilion


Egypt

Stand 2D03

 

Eswatini Pavilion


Eswatini

Stand 2A03

 

The Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology was established by legal notice no 25 of 2009 and is charged with twelve portfolio responsibilities as set out in Gazette no 15 of 2009.

It was established to provide an efficient national Information, Communications and Technology delivery framework for Swa zi citizens, the public and private sectors through converged services and applications, in order to promote Government policies and programmes; preserve public records for posterity; and to encourage knowledge management through universal access to information, and well-developed, efficient, and affordable communications facilities.

Vision

To be a leader in providing a conducive policy environment for Information, Communications and Technology development, applications, knowledge exploration and exploitation, documented heritage, and quality developmental information to the citizens of the Kingdom of Swaziland, in order to facilitate mainstream socio-economic integration.

GEW Technologies


South Africa

Stand 1A052018 Bronze Sponsor

 

GEW is celebrating half a century of excellence as a leading supplier of spectrum management and monitoring systems providing powerful and resourceful tools for regulation and protection. These ITU-compliant solutions are tailored for telecommunications regulatory bodies. Our systems are in service internationally and locally and have been utilised by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) for the last 15 years.

GEW’s integrated security and surveillance solutions harness security technologies and advanced spectrum management capabilities to protect assets, infrastructure, perimeters and borders. Security solutions are used in combination with signals intelligence technologies for maritime and coastal surveillance, homeland security, wildlife protection and border security.

Ghana Pavilion


Ghana

Stand 2F022018 Bronze Sponsor

 

GSMA


United Kingdom

Stand 1A14

 

Website:
www.gsma.com

Hanjin Electronics


Korea (Rep. of)

Stand 1A20

 

Huawei Technologies


China

2018 Platinum sponsor

 

Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider. Our aim is to enrich life and improve efficiency through a better connected world, acting as a responsible corporate citizen, innovative enabler for the information society, and collaborative contributor to the industry. Driven by customer-centric innovation and open partnerships, Huawei has established an end-to-end ICT solutions portfolio that gives customers competitive advantages in telecom and enterprise networks, devices and cloud computing. Huawei’s 170,000 employees worldwide are committed to creating maximum value for telecom operators, enterprises and consumers. Our innovative ICT solutions, products and services are used in more than 170 countries and regions, serving over one-third of the world’s population. Founded in 1987, Huawei is a private company fully owned by its employees.

IPLANS


Cameroon

Stand 1B02.W3

 

IPLANS is a company for development of digital production and trading activities. Our mission is to provide hardware and software solutions for businesses, in oder to improve productivity and efficiency. IPLANS is a talented team which has designed and developed numerous software solutions to help make objective decisions through a complete, integrated and monitored management of organizations. Knowing that ERP (Enterprise Resources Planning) is today the essential tool of decision-making, IPLANS has understood how it is essential for any structure to have clear, synthesized, reliable and real-time information on the whole of its activity. We came up with an optimal solution called IPLANS ERP.


Email:
info@iplans.cm

Website:
www.iplans.cm

Iran Pavilion


Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Stand 4D03

 

Kenya Pavilion


Kenya

Stand 3C03

 

Email:
info@ca.go.ke

Website:
www.ca.go.ke

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


Saudi Arabia

2018 Platinum sponsor

 

Korea Pavilion


Korea (Rep. of)

Stand 2F012018 Silver Sponsor

 

Website:
www.msip.go.kr

LS telcom


Germany

Stand 1A11

 

LS telcom AG is an ISO-certified worldwide leading provider of system solutions and consulting services for efficient spectrum management, radio monitoring and radio network planning (mobile broadband, IoT, critical communications, broadcast, etc.). Since its foundation in 1992, LS telcom has supported national regulatory authorities, international institutions, network operators, equipment manufacturers and system integrators to address challenges in radio communications. Through its global footprint serving customers in more than 100 countries on five continents, LS telcom has gathered significant know-how and experience from around the world. Headquartered in Lichtenau, Germany, LS telcom currently employs more than 250 people worldwide with subsidiaries in the US, Canada, France, UK, South Africa, UAE and China. LS telcom invests substantial resources in research and development to be ahead of technology trends. To remain up to date with international regulations, standards and technology, LS telcom is a sector member of the ITU and actively participates in radio communications programmes with prestigious universities and research institutes around the world.

Why should Exhibition visitors come to our stand?

Experience exciting and innovative solutions for radio monitoring and spectrum management. Take a look at our hybrid system solution LS OBSERVER supporting TDoA, PDoA and AoA technologies. The AoA technology is based on our unique DF Time Travel® method. DF Time Travel® provides combined capabilities for monitoring and DF within one single antenna radome. In direction finding mode, DF time Travel® is able to locate signals polarized horizontally and vertically without the need to rotate a Log-Periodic antenna with a rotator. The solution designed by LS telcom is fully static, thus eliminating the risks of failure due to mechanical parts. Nowadays, in a fast changing RF environment, locating only live signals with DF is no longer enough. DF Time Travel® adds new capabilities to DF systems even when signals are no longer on air.

Or experience our newly introduced cloud computing platform SpectrumMap. SpectrumMap accumulates and processes measurement data from multiple sources and visualizes the radio spectrum as a web GIS for an unprecedented view of real spectrum usage.

Last but not least, don’t forget to check out the latest capabilities of our market leading spectrum management system SPECTRA, such as our new workflow engine or innovative e-licensing platform.

Malawi Pavilion


Malawi

Stand 2E02

 

Mali Pavilion


Mali

Stand 4A02

 

Universal Access Fund Management Agency (AGEFAU) was created by law No.2017-003 of May 18th, 2017; ratifying the Ordinance No.2016-001/P-RM of January 26th, 2016. AGEFAU is a state company under the Ministry of Digital Economy and Communication (MENC). It is primarily responsible for ensuring the promotion of universal access and services on behalf of the state and the management of financial resources destined to promote universal access to ICT. It supports high-impact ICT projects by prioritizing socio-economic areas such as education, health, agriculture and livestock.

AGEFAU aims to make telecommunications and ICT financially and geographically accessible to all Malian citizen throughout the national territory. Moreover, AGEFAU’s mission includes:

  • Contribution to the mobilization of funding for the development of universal access and / or services in the field of te lecommunications and ICT;
  • Smooth running of the implementation of the telecom infrastructure;
  • Popularization of ICTs among the population;
  • Contribution to the training of human resources in ICT according to the needs of the state and the local authorities;
  • Designation of one or more telecom operators to provide universal access to telecom services;
  • Ensuring that every telecom operator fulfills their obligations on providing universal services to the population;
  • Monitoring and, where appropriate, participating in international, regional and sub-regional cooperation actions in the field of telecommunication services development and ICT.

Ministry of ICT


Eswatini

Stand 2A03

 

Website:
www.gov.sz

Mozambique Pavilion


Mozambique

Stand 2A05

 

The National Communications Institute of Mozambique (INCM) – the regulatory authority of the Postal and Telecommunications sectors – is responsible for the regulation and supervision of the Postal and Telecommunications sectors, as well as the management of radio frequency spectrum.

Nigeria Pavilion


Nigeria

Stand 3A01

 

Email:
ncc@ncc.gov.ng

Website:
www.ncc.gov.ng

Nokia


---

2018 Bronze Sponsor

 

PCCW Global Ltd.


China

Stand 1A19

 

Quika


United Kingdom

Stand 1A152018 Bronze Sponsor

 

Quika is launching the world’s first entirely free high-speed satellite internet for consumers in developing countries. Designed to address a leading cause of economic and social inequality, Quika is responding to the growing disparity between regions with high and low investment, and limited access to internet infrastructure.

Quika’s mission is to connect the unconnected for free to overcome digital inequality and create a better world for everyone. We passionately believe that the opportunities the internet provides shouldn’t be limited by geography, culture, wealth or infrastructure and should be available to all. With so much untapped potential, Quika empowers communities through the transformative educational, economic and social benefits that online connectivity can bring.


Website:
www.quika.online

Rohde & Schwarz


Germany

Stand 1A03

 

Royal Science and Technology Park


Eswatini

Stand 2A03

 

The Royal Science and Technology Park (RSTP) is a public company mandated with creating an enabling environment for the dev elopment of science and technology in the Kingdom of Eswatini through research and development. The Park is a designated Special Economic Zone (SEZ) and along with technical incentives, it offers lucrative financial incentives for firms located within the Park.

RSTP was established in 2012 and has two parks: i) the Innovation Park, which houses the National Data Centre, Advanced School of Information Technology, National Contact Centre and The Business Incubator; and ii) the Biotechnology Park which is a “one stop facility” creating an enabling environment for investors wishing to settle within the Royal Science and Technology Park. The Park will serve as a multi-purpose platform for R&D in bio-related technologies, production marketing and trading. The Biotechnology Park will propagate, process, package and sell value added products derived from natural plants and animals. Bio refineries will be established for the manufacturing of biofuels, bio fertilizers, biopharmaceuticals other industrial bio products.

Lastly, the Royal Science and Technology Park (RSTP)’s mandate is to attract Foreign Direct investments (FDI) to the Biotechnology and Innovation Parks.

Why should Exhibition visitors come to our stand?

The Royal Science and Technology Park (RSTP)’s mandate is to attract Foreign Direct investments (FDI) to its two parks, the Biotechnology and Innovation Parks.

We want to interact with clients wishing to know more about what we can offer in terms of data centre services, including c olocation, rack space, remote hand and cloud services. We are seeking partners in business incubators across the world, to ensure that we provide SMEs and start-up companies with adequate assistance in their business formation and development processes.

We aim to create awareness that Eswatini is in the process of addressing the shortage of ICT skills in the industry within the country, and that international companies can invest in the country as we do produce IT professionals. We are seeking potential clients requiring services, as we also provide business process outsourcing solutions through the national call centre. We also wish to learn from other call centre businesses about new and innovative call centre services for clients available around the world.

Rwanda Pavilion


Rwanda

Stand 3C04

 

Senegal Pavilion


Senegal

Stand 2A022018 Silver Sponsor

 

Email:
contact@artp.sn

Website:
www.artp.sn

StellSat


South Africa

Stand 1A02

 

Sudan Pavilion


Sudan

Stand 1A06

 

Email:
info@nctr.sd

Website:
www.nctr.sd

TDIA


China

2018 Gold sponsor

 

Telecommunication Development Industry Alliance(TDIA) was found on October 30th, 2002. It is a social organization formed voluntarily by enterprises who actively commit themselves to the development of TDD mobile communication technology and engage in the R&D, production and service of TDD standard and products. By August, 2015, the total number of TDIA member enterprises comes to 100, covering from operation, network, chipset, UE, testing and antenna vendors. TDIA is dedicated to developing and promoting the TDD technology. By integrating and coordinating industry resource, TDIA hopes to stimulate the development progress of TD-SCDMA, TD-LTE and its evolution technology to enable its global deployment and operation. TDIA has become an important international platform of TD industry development.

Terjin Radio


China

Stand 1A01

 

TIAA


China

Stand 2D01

 

UN - Office of ICT


United States

Stand 1A09

 

The office of Information and Communication Technology (UN-OICT) is the office in charge of supporting the United Nations Secretariat in the field of technology.

WatIF Health


South Africa

Stand 1B02.W1

 

WatIF Health is a cl​inical software development company, innovating for Sustainable Development Goal #3. We provide applications for integrated WBOT health screening, a health portal for children under five, and integrated applications for the ideal clinic with clinical decision supporting tools for the management of chronic diseases such as HIV/AIDS, TB, diabetes, hypertension, cardiac and renal diseases. We provide patients and consumers with portable personal interactive electronic health record applications.

Why should Exhibition visitors come to our stand?

WatIF has a full range of applications that are designed to answer burning healthcare delivery problems for resource constrained communities. WatIF health is one of the few companies that understand current healthcare delivery challenges for Sub-Saharan Africa and has developed ground breaking innovative solutions aimed at cascading specialist medical knowledge to the level of community health workers, solutions that up-skills nurses to do work previously reserved for doctors.

Zimbabwe Pavilion


Zimbabwe

Stand 2D022018 Gold sponsor