PolicyTracker conferences are researched and produced by people with specialised knowledge of spectrum policy. Our aim is to pinpoint key emerging issues and provide a neutral platform for debate between all the stakeholders
PolicyTracker is very pleased to support this free event, organised by the Colombian regulator, ANE. The theme is the Internet of things and it also features an exhibition showcasing the latest developments in the field.
3 & 4 September 2013
Caesar Business Hotel, Olimpiados 205, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Held in partnership with Brazilian regulator, Anatel this year's conference will have special emphasis on the implementation of the 700 MHz.
24-25 October 2012 Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico
Supported by the Mexican regulator COFETEL, this event examines the key spectrum issues in the Latin American region with a particular focus on 700 MHz.
March 2012 The Gulf Hotel, Bahrain
This event is supported by the Telecoms Regulatory Authority of Bahrain, focusing on the key issues in spectrum management in the region, analyzed by experts around the world.
September 2011 Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico
Organized in conjunction with the Mexican regulator COFETEL, this event will focus exclusively on the key spectrum issues facing spectrum users, regulators and governments in the Latin American region.
March 29-30, 2011 The Palace Hotel, Old Town, Dubai
This event is sponsored by the UAE Telecoms Regulatory Authority. The speakers are experts from a wide range of professions, from the UAE’s leading telecoms business to academics, lawyers and consultants.
Sept 29-30, 2009 Hotel Intercontinental, Muscat, Oman
The key issues in spectrum management in the region, analysed by experts from around the world. The event will take a solutions-orientated approach to spectrum management and is the first of its kind specifically devoted to the Middle East.
April 21- 22, 2009
Le Chatelain, Brussels, Belgium
A two day conference examining the need to recast thinking on public sector spectrum management in the light of liberalisation, increased demand for spectrum and the necessity of creating broadband networks for safety of life services.