Registration has opened for the 2023 annual British APCO Conference and Exhibition, which is taking place next March in Coventry.
According to a statement released by the organisers, the event will feature "numerous diverse conference sessions on a range of topics, specifically curated to help guide attendees through another crucial year for the sector. These will take in everything from Emergency Services Network progress to the latest developments in operational best practice."
The statement continued: "At the same time, the event will also include some of the biggest and most innovative manufacturers in the industry, arrayed across the exhibition floor. Technology on display will include both narrowband and broadband communication devices, control room solutions, body worn video, drones and much more.
"One new feature for next year is the inclusion of BAPCO ‘tech tours’, which will take place across the exhibition, over the course of both days. Led by a member of the event team, each tour will provide the perfect opportunity to watch demonstrations and explore the most cutting-edge tech the industry has to offer."
Discussing the show and its importance to the UK public safety communications sector, BAPCO president John Anthony said: “Since the end of the pandemic, our annual event has gone from strength to strength, seeing increasing visitors year on year. We expect numbers to be up once again in 2023, reflecting the quality of both the exhibition – which will include some of the biggest names in the industry - and the conference.
“The annual BAPCO Conference and Exhibition is crucial to the success and development of the sector, driving the conversation from year to year. It enables attendees to network at a very high level, while also witnessing cutting-edge technology first-hand. The BAPCO board can’t wait to see everyone in Coventry.”
The BAPCO Conference and Exhibition will take place on the 7-8 March 2023, at the Coventry Building Society Arena. For more information and to register, click here.
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Author: Philip Mason