September 12, 2018
Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 .
From the Conference and Programs to Exhibition, take a closer look at what happened this year at #MWCA18. Nearly 22,000 attendees walked through the doors of the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) to attend the annual conference and programs and view new cutting-edge tech on the exhibition floor. Professionals and industry leaders from 110 countries and territories were present, and 220 media and industry analysts covered the event.
World-class Conference Program
With nearly 60 conference sessions across three days, executives from the industry’s most influential companies covered The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Media & Entertainment, Innovation, The Network, and Everything Policy.
With a full schedule of keynotes and panels, policymakers and regulatory experts discussed the issues that impact the wireless industry, from spectrum, to cybersecurity, to infrastructure siting and more.
CTIA President & CEO Meredith Attwell Baker delivers her keynote during Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles on September 12, 2018.
Everything Policy Track.
The Everything Policy sessions at Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 focused on discussion of the policies needed to support an innovative, competitive, secure mobile ecosystem. Click below to relive all the action.
NTIA Assistant Secretary and Administrator David Redl delivers a keynote during Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles on September 12, 2018.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel delivers a keynote during Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles on September 13, 2018.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr delivers a keynote during Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles on September 13, 2018.
FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly delivers a keynote during Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 in Los Angeles on September 13, 2018.
CTIA Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Scott Bergmann speaking at the Everything Policy sessions at MWCA 2018.
Attendees explored the latest products and services that are being driven by mobile innovation. Nearly 1,000 exhibitors filled zones focusing on apps, IoT, wireless repair, NEXTech, startups, disruptive technology, and more.
Opportunities to expand industry knowledge were endless including Partner Programs, 4 Years From Now, Women4Tech, Summits, Seminars, and so much more.
Attendees had the opportunity to make new connections with 22,000 professionals in mobile, tech, and adjacent vertical industries.