BAPCO 2024: Conference highlights

The BAPCO 2024 Conference will tackle crucial issues in the UK public safety sector, including trending topics like artificial intelligence (AI), the transition to broadband and 5G, cybersecurity challenges and solutions, the adoption of new and evolving technologies into daily operations, and more
BAPCO 2024: Conference highlights
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The BAPCO 2024 Annual Conference is back on 6-7 March, tackling crucial issues in the UK public safety sector. Led by industry specialists and sector experts, the sessions are designed to provide answers to your questions on trending topics like artificial intelligence (AI), the transition to broadband and 5G, cybersecurity challenges and solutions, the adoption of new and evolving technologies into daily operations, and more.

Conference highlights include:

Public safety end-user view points: collaboration, sharing tech and delivering effective communication

  • Enhancing public engagement through digital public contact: Deputy Chief Constable Simon Megicks, Norfolk Constabulary and Lead for Digital Public Contact, NPCC
  • Hybrid connex one year on: how the digital ambulance of the future pilot has progressed: Monica France, Programme Manager, Digital Transformation Team, NHS Arden & GEM CSU
  • Delivering effective coastguard missions with the right communications technology: Cheryl Clifford, Staff Officer, Technical Comms and Jonathan Mustard, National Inter-Agency Liaison Officer, HM Coastguard and Technology Team

Global viewpoints: emergency calls, AI, human decisions in emergency communication

  • A case study on unintended emergency calls from android devices: Impact, resolution & mitigation: Freddie McBride, Director of Digital Communications Policy & Regulation, EENA
  • Learning AI and chatbots and how can be used in critical services: Thomas Gouritin, AI Expert & Co-Founder, ASISPO
  • Pivotal role human decisions play when preparing and executing emergency communication: Prof Keri Stephens, Organisational Communication Technology, University of Texas at Austin

Take a look at the full programme here to see all the brilliant sessions on offer across the two days.

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