PSCE Announces 3 New Members
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 | Comments

Public Safety Communications Europe (PSCE) welcomed three new members — Turku University of Applied Sciences in Finland, Belgian Federal Police and Kingston University in the United Kingdom.

"Joining PSCE is an invaluable opportunity to participate in an interdisciplinary and collaborative forum to discuss, develop and improve the public-safety communications and safety and security of citizens on an international level,” said Kristiina Meltovaara, head of education and research at Turku University.

“We followed the organization for some time in the framework of the European project BroadMap,” said Danny Smet, business officer at the Belgian Federal Police. “We were impressed by the knowledge that we could share within PSCE onto the future for public safety in the field of mission-critical communications. Many various topics are discussed in a group of experts from across Europe. They offer also a great view on the latest technical developments in other countries, also outside Europe. It was a strong added value for us to be able to join PSCE."

"By joining PSCE, Kingston University aims to be a part of a diverse environment and stand in the front line of PPDR (public protection and disaster response) ecosystem by contributing ideas within working groups, stakeholders and standardization bodies,” said G.C Deepak, research associate at Kingston University.

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