Thank you to the 280+ delegates who participated at this year's conference!
The conference report and photos from the event are now available to view. Please see below for details.
Detailed conference proceedings are also available to purchase. Details can be found below.
Please click here to view the conference report
To view a copy of a selection of photos from this year's conference, please click here.
Conference proceedings are now available to all delegates by logging in to the online networking system, using your personal login details. For anybody who did not attend the event, proceedings are available to purchase for €195 - please contact Dan Craft on +44 (0)2920 783 021 /email@example.com for more details.
Now in its 6th year, the European Spectrum Management Conference has an established reputation as the major European meeting point of the year for stakeholders in the field of spectrum management, bringing together more than 250 participants on an annual basis.
This year's event will take place during a period in which much debate will be taking place in Brussels around the Commission's proposed first Radio Spectrum Policy Programme (RSPP), which outlines at a strategic level how the use of spectrum can contribute to the most important political objectives of the European Union from 2011 to 2015.
With top-level contributions from all of the main stakeholders at both a policy and industry level, the event will provide an opportunity to focus on the RSPP in more detail, and discuss the extent to which it will help maintain the EU's continued global competitiveness.
In addition, with Europe approaching the half way stage of the biggest ever release of spectrum for commercial uses, focus will be given to spectrum auction design and formats, with a look back on approaches used for auctions that have taken place in the last 12 months, and options going forward to help encourage the participation of smaller bidders in auctions, and tackle the problem of low competition.
Finally, the event will look forward to the main considerations and priorities for discussion ahead of WRC12; and by attempting to map future spectrum supply and demand, aim to tackle the huge issue of best ensuring that there is enough spectrum to meet future demand.
With the addition of a post conference masterclass on spectrum valuation, this truly is an event not to be missed! You can view a full copy of the agenda by clicking here, or alternatively for further information on any aspect of the event or to find out how you can become involved, please contact Dan Craft on +44 (0)2920 783 021 / firstname.lastname@example.org.