LS telcom’s Special Events Module offers a comprehensive solution for the planning and management of special events. With features such as participant management, venue management, spectrum license management, equipment registration, complaint handling, and task management, it caters to the diverse needs of event organizers and participants. The module is flexible and can be customized to meet specific requirements. It also integrates seamlessly with the existing mySPECTRA system, ensuring a smooth transition. Proven in practice, this module is a reliable and efficient tool for event spectrum management.
The Special Events Module is precisely designed for the planning and management of special events.
Our module doesn't just shine in theory; it excels in practice as well. Discover more about our project before and during a special event in Qatar by accessing the ITU Report SM.2257 on Spectrum management and monitoring during major events.
The special events industry encompasses private gatherings, public festivals and fairs, major sporting events, and other events that take place outside of a host or sponsor's typical business operations. These events are considered "special" because they are not recurring and offer customers a unique opportunity for social, cultural, or recreational experiences.
Ambience and Service
Intangible Ritual or Ceremony
Coexistence with Existing Infrastructure
Large Quantity of Equipment
Test and Approval Process for Equipment
Quantity of Applications
Discover the complete journey of a special event with our Special Events Module. This meticulously designed tool takes you through each step of the process, from pre-event preparations to ongoing management, ensuring a seamless and unforgettable experience for all attendees.
Experience the full scope of an event lifecycle with our comprehensive tool. Each step of the process is built upon the previous one, culminating in a successful outcome.
For an in-depth understanding of the specifics of each phase and the critical roles necessary for flawless execution, explore the section below.
Delve deeper into the world of event planning and management with our tool, and unlock the key to a successful special event.
This tool has different user roles assigned to it. On one hand, it is described from the viewpoint of an event organizer and/or a regulatory officer. Both internal parties possess the same rights, and responsibilities, and can perform similar actions. Concluding both terms can be seen as equivalent. On the other hand, external users, referred to as applicants in this text, have different rights and interfaces. They can utilize the system to apply for licenses, register equipment, file interference complaints, and integrate sub-accounts. If you want to learn more about this tool and its user roles, please refer to the information provided below.
As event organizers, you first specify general information about the special event such as the organizer themselves, schedule planning, event menu, and processing controlling configuration, main page configuration.
In participant management, you can add, invite and uninvite external applicants as participants in the event.
Without a venue, an event can't take place. You can either choose from specific master venue(s) or create a new venue by selecting geographical details via a map.
As officers, you can view all active licenses within the event, and all applications submitted by external applicants, and start processing and submitting them for further analysis.
Event staff can also handle the registration of equipment for walking customers.
Testing and Tagging
As an event organizer, one of the challenges and responsibilities is to ensure that only previously tested and tagged equipment is taken to the event and used during the event. Internal users can process requests submitted by applicants, schedule and assign appointments and handle the organization of requested equipment.
Registered attendees of an event can submit requests for frequency usage to be allowed to attend the event and to use their equipment in the predefined zone. Users are also able to see the list of all their active licenses within the event.
Registered participants are also able to register equipment that they intend to use during the event.
Testing and Tagging
Applicants can submit requests to register their devices and equipment.
With many users of a frequency range, interference also occurs from time to time. Affected parties can write complaints directly in this module.
Many employees and subcontractors work behind the scenes of managing an event. The special event module provides the freedom to design the event management according to your suggestions by allowing applicants to send invitations to add sub-accounts after main registration via email invitation.