PSCE Paris meeting wrap-up report available
The Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) Forum held its 21st conference on 3–5 December 2019 in Paris, hosted by the French Ministry of Interior.
The conference brought together more than 100 participants from 15 countries, including public safety experts, policymakers, academics and representatives from industry. Delegates from relevant European organisations and institutions also were in attendance.
The aim of the event was to provide a platform for attendees to exchange information on public safety-related strategies from different national or international authorities, as well as reviewing technological developments from the research and industrial sectors.
The four conference themes were:
- Use of drones for crisis management
- Broadband communications
- Space systems and applications for safety and security
- Managing information overload in a situational awareness context
There were also two workshops held on 3 December, focusing on article 110 of the European Electronic Communication code and development and implementation of public warning systems.
You can download the conference report here, while the following short video gives a brief overview of the outcomes from the event.
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