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  • The next PSCE Conference will be held on 4 & 5 May in Munich. Researchers, end-users and members from the industry will gather to discuss current and future trends in public safety communications.

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  • PSCE provides a common platform for researchers, industry and users to meet and network, learn about technologies used for public safety and influence policy makers at European levels

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  • PSCE provides a common platform for researchers, industry and users to meet and network, learn about technologies used for public safety and influence policy makers at European levels

    Learn more
  • PSCE provides a common platform for researchers, industry and users to meet and network, learn about technologies used for public safety and influence policy makers at European levels

    Learn more
  • PSCE provides a common platform for researchers, industry and users to meet and network, learn about technologies used for public safety and influence policy makers at European levels

    Learn more
  • PSCE provides a common platform for researchers, industry and users to meet and network, learn about technologies used for public safety and influence policy makers at European levels

    Learn more

PSCE is delighted to announce that the EPISECC, SECTOR, REDIRNET and SecInCore projects are jointly organizing a meeting on Common Information Space for information sharing in disaster risk management to take place on the 28th of February, from 09:30 to 15:00, at HUSA President Park Hotel in Brussels.

The intercommunication of systems is the current predominant challenge in Public Protection & Disaster Relief (PPDR) and many see enhanced interoperability as the most effective way to improve disaster management. Aside from linguistic barriers, the lack of common taxonomies and standardized Network Enabled Communication have been identified as the two main impediments to European interoperability.

As a means of tackling these issues, the four projects respond to the European Commission call for a Common Information Space by suggesting approaches to its realization as well as collecting ideas and feedbacks from organisations that operate at the EU level.

Please click here to download a more detailed description of the event as well as the meeting agenda, and confirm your participation by an e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We look forward to welcoming you at the event!