BAPCO 2017

There is much to do following a very successful event at BAPCO2017. Many people to thank, new initiatives to celebrate and progress, people to contact and ideas to develop.

Online police yet to catch up with commercial websites

Half the police forces in England, Wales and Scotland now offer online crime reporting but forty don’t yet have an easily found push button to request a call back. Details are revealed in “Police Online”, a study carried out by the specialist newsletter Police Market Report. It discusses the online ...

Interoperability of content-rich emergency calling solutions

10 March 2017, Sophia-Antipolis – The 2nd edition of “Next Generation 112 (NG112) Emergency Communications Plugtests™ event in Europe” was completed in the premises of ETSI.(European Telecommunications Standards Institute)

“Next Generation technology is ready for us to use. More importantly, it is future-proof as it can continuously integrate new features.” said Cristina Lumbreras, EENA Technical Director. “Emergency services need to adopt NG112 solutions, one of the best investments they can make to provide the highest quality of services to their citizens.” While the 2016 event edition focused on voice and geo-localization solutions, the 2017 scope was extended to content-rich emergency calling, such as video calling, instant messaging and file transfers. Participants put their products to the test, gaining valuable insights from experiencing a variety of scenarios. ...


British APCO holds a number of updates and sessions throughout the year across many topics and initiatives.

British APCO Spring Event 23 & 24 May 2017

23 May 2017

We are delighted to announce an additional event to the BAPCO Series. In May 2017, we'll be holding a conference and exhibition at the Hilton Grosvenor, Edinburgh.