PSCR to hold online conference in July
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) division holds an important annual conference covering the latest in communications technology and research. With the present COVID-19 situation, though, the face-to-face conference cannot go ahead.
Instead, it has been replaced this year by PSCR 2020: The Digital Experience, a free online event beginning on 27 July. The event is aimed at public safety practitioners who need visibility into, and a say in, how their communications devices are developed.
The online conference will give attendees the chance to learn about the latest in US federal research aimed at advancing first responder communications technologies. There’ll be access to a collection of live broadcasts, on-demand sessions and technology demonstrations.
PSCR 2020: The Digital Experience is suitable for:
- public safety stakeholders, including government officials, operators, technologists and practitioners
- researchers and developers in academia, government and private industry who working in fields such as advanced communications, electronics and wireless devices
- innovators in mission-critical voice, location-based services, user interfaces, user experience, analytics, resilient systems and security.
More information and registration details are available on the PSCR website.
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