The annual PortComms Conference is a unique, highly focused event examining the battle to install and improve wireless networks in ports.
It regularly attracts speakers and attendees from the largest and most forward-looking ports in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
The Conference concentrates on actual case studies from port companies and operators. They will discuss the problems encountered as they have started to implement continuous wireless network connectivity across their often complex campuses.
Join the debate, question those involved and find out the issues faced by those who have launched services and discuss where they will take them next. This is your chance to meet the people who are shaping this market, who are driving it forward and bringing in new services, ideas and technologies.
Held in London on the 9th and 10th of November, PortComms 2022 is an exclusive gathering of the main customers and leading suppliers in this complex, fast-moving market.
The Wireless Communications in Ports Conference will feature real-world experiences from leading Port Operators and Authorities across the world who have been immediately involved in the complexities of specifying and setting up their port’s wireless networks and trials.
As with BWCS’ successful TrainComms conference we have focused primarily on getting the Port Operators to tell their stories and outline their plans for the future.
However, please be advised that tickets are extremely limited and are selling out fast.
The Conference has attracted port operators and suppliers from all over the world. Those attending will hear directly from the companies that are launching wireless networks and adding new cost-cutting solutions. BWCS has worked with all the major players in this new market to make Port Communications Systems 2022 a success.
The Conference will feature a combination of interactive workshops, panel sessions, presentations and networking sessions exploring the commercial and technical issues arising from the deployment of wireless networks in ports around the world.