PSCE Conference Draws Participation from 18 Countries
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 | Comments

The Public Safety Communications Europe (PSCE) bi-annual conference took place in early December in Paris and was co-organized with the French Ministry of Interior. The event brought together around 140 participants from 18 countries including public-safety practitioners, policymakers, academic researchers and industrial experts. Representatives from European organizations and institutions also contributed to the discussions.

The event was preceded by parallel workshops on public warning systems and mobilizing video for public preparedness and disaster response (PPDR). The scale and frequency of crises seem to be increasing, and the resulting consequences are becoming more dramatic. All actors involved in such crises, from public authorities to solution providers, are concerned and constantly seek to better prevent and minimize their impact.

During the course of the conference, some of the topics addressed included the use of drones in crisis management, broadband communications, current status, space systems and applications for safety and security, and managing information overload in situational awareness context.

The debates triggered by the topics at PSCE Conference will contribute to improving the efficiency of public-safety operations. During the panel sessions, fruitful exchange complemented the presentations and provided further information. The conference also featured an exhibition area where solution providers and projects showed their work and achievements.

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