Cradlepoint and, the leading providers of 4G in-vehicle networking solutions, invite you to join an online panel debate discussing the transformational impact of the UK Emergency Services Network (ESN) on the blue-light sector.

Taking place on Tuesday November 24th at 10:00am GMT, this online panel discussion will explore how services can make the leap to ESN and unlock its full potential and benefits.

The ESN is a next-generation high-speed voice and data network for UK emergency services personnel being built on top of existing 4G networks. It will transform emergency services’ mobile working, particularly in remote areas and at times of network congestion. ESN will be the future platform for communications in the emergency services and wider first responder community, replacing legacy technology and providing a common platform for innovation and data sharing.

Moderated by Philip Mason, Managing Editor of Critical Communications Today and BAPCO Journal, the panel will feature several emergency service users who have already deployed 4G in-vehicle networks across their fleets, some of whom are also now gearing up to be ESN ready.

This provides the opportunity to hear first-hand what their experience has been, what in-vehicle networking has enabled for their service, and benefit from their experience and best practice advice.

In addition, attendees will get to hear from Steve Allen, National Fire Chief Council Technical Lead, on how services can be preparing for ESN now and its application capabilities.

The session is designed to foster peer-to-peer learning for emergency services. Cradlepoint and have connected over 6000 emergency service vehicles in the UK to-date.



  • Title: Emergency Services Panel: Unlocking the Power of ESN with 4G and 5G
  • Format: Online panel debate featuring top industry voices from the emergency services sector and wireless edge solution providers
  • Date & Time: Tuesday November 24th at 10:00AM GMT
  • Registration: Please make sure to register ahead of the event using the following link: