The blended conference and exhibition benefits from significant synergies that arise from the cooperation of two important critical communications organizations. Focusing on the critical communications ecosystem of government network operators, infrastructure equipment suppliers, device makers, application specialists and consultants.
By co-locating the 2019 European regional TCCA conference and exhibition and offering a dual-track session agenda, the BAPCO leadership is providing a useful opportunity for representatives from law enforcement agencies, fire brigades, ambulance trusts and the private sector to hear viewpoints from around Europe.
The combination of events essentially doubles the amount of information available to attendees. The broader European viewpoint is essential to BAPCO members because several nations are moving quickly to leverage mission-critical mobile broadband services, devices and applications. Injecting knowledge from these experiences into UK policy discussions will help sharpen decision making as the UK brings its Emergency Services Network (ESN) critical communications system on-line.
Conversely, pan-European participants attending Critical Communications Europe benefit from the opportunity to hear from a wide range of UK speakers who are engaged in ESN deployment or who plan to use its capabilities. In sharp contrast to other European nations, the UK is striving to rapidly replace its TETRA-based Airwave network with LTE-based mission-critical push-to-talk handsets. And while the UK's goal of sharply driving down costs is laudable, the effort is fraught with challenge. Not surprisingly, other nations across Europe watch with keen interest. The CC Europe/BAPCO 2019 conference is the best venue for discovering early indications of traction or trouble.
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