As Principal at Frequentis, Wolfgang Kampichler is actively contributing to innovation and technical expertise for future Public Safety communication or technologies in Europe and abroad. In this role he is a recognised expert on NG9-1-1/NG112 and speaker at industry and customer events addressing topics related to VoIP and emergency services. He is an engineer by profession. Wolfgang started his career as a research assistant at the Department of Computer Science (Vienna University of Technology) and was awarded with the degree of Doctor in technical sciences in 2002. Since then he has acquired international expertise in emergency communications when chairing and co-chairing the planning committee for the NENA Industry Collaboration Event #5 (ICE 5) and #6 (ICE 6) and supporting ETSI NG112 Plugtests as technical expert. Wolfgang represents Frequentis with his profound knowledge to support standardisation working groups in public safety (ETSI SC EMTEL) and air traffic management (EUROCAE). He holds the position as Co-Chair of the EENA Technical and Operational Committee and focuses on technical topics ranging from the discussion of standards and deployment of IP-based emergency services to information sharing for safety-critical issues. Wolfgang is also initiator and co-developer of DEC112, a private initiative to provide accessibility to Austrian emergency services, utilizing NG9-1-1/NG112 core technology.