BAPCO 2020 partners with Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today!


The BAPCO Annual Conference and Exhibition is delighted to announce Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today as the official Media Partners of the 2020 event.

This collaboration celebrates our shared commitment to keeping the industry informed of the latest technological developments, both in business and public safety communications.

BAPCO 2020 is delighted to have the support of these publications, communicating the importance of this major public safety technology event to their readership. Both publications will provide in-depth coverage, before, during and after the show.

Speaking of BAPCO 2020, deputy editor Charlotte Hathway said: “The public safety community in the UK is facing an unprecedented shift to a broadband emergency communications system, so this year’s BAPCO Conference and Exhibition is certain to be full of thought-provoking discussions.”

She continued, “We’re delighted to be the event’s official media partners, and will be on the ground talking to speakers, exhibitors and attendees about the ideas, projects or technologies that matter to them.”

BAPCO Annual Conference and Exhibition will take place from 10-11 March, 2020 at Ricoh Arena, Coventry. Visit both publications at Stand A4 to share your updates, ask questions and discuss technological developments, challenges and solutions.

About Land Mobile

Land Mobile magazine is a monthly magazine which covers the full breadth of wireless technologies and services used for business and public service applications. Communications which are land-based and wireless, fixed or mobile, are what we are about. And that would include optical links for comparison with microwave and just occasionally the odd marine and aeronautical systems. You will also find supporting articles such as training, legal aspects, blue-sky thinking and spectrum regulation.

About Critical Communications Today

Critical Communications Today is dedicated to the global critical communications market. It aims to inspire and inform the critical communications community and is published with the support of TCCA. Initially launched in 2010 as TETRA Today, this publication provides technical advice, authoritative editorial and commentary spanning all areas of mission-critical comms.

Author: BAPCO 2020