On 8 December, the European Commission presented an Action Plan on tackling travel document fraud.
PSCE is delighted to announce that the 16th PSCE Biannual Conference will take place in Munich, Germany on the 3-4-5 May.
During two days, PSCE members from the three communities: end-users, researchers and the industry, will congregate to discuss key issues and policies in public safety communications.
This conference will feature a unique activity as our partner, the Bavarian Red Cross, will take participants to a visit in a Rescue Simulation Centre in the vicinity of Munich. The name of the speakers as well as the topics to be discussed will be announced shortly.
The conference will be hosted at the Leonardo Munich City South Hotel.
PSCE looks forward to welcoming you in Munich!
On 15 December 2016, Europe's satellite navigation system Galileo begins operating. Galileo will provide accurate positioning, navigation and timing services to all types of users worldwide. Galileo is fully interoperable with GPS, but will offer more accurate positioning for end users. The Galileo constellation currently consists of 18 satellites. The full constellation will comprise of a total of 30 satellites and is expected to be completed by 2020. This will gradually improve Galileo availability world-wide.
In the context of proposals aiming at weakening encryption to facilitate the work of law enforcement, ENISA has published an opinion which gives an overview of the current debate on encryption, while highlighting the Agency’s key messages and views on the topic.
On 8-9 December, the EU Justice and Home Affairs Council took place in Brussels.
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