The CMINE is launching a Call for experts who might be interested in joining one of the thematic task groups, Floods, Volunteer Management and Wildfires.
Closing the year 2018, on December 10, the European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission reached a political agreement under the Cybersecurity Act, reinforcing the mandate and competences of ENISA, the European Union Agency for Network and Information and Security.
The political agreement on the Cybersecurity Act will also create a framework for European Cybersecurity Certificates for products, processes and services that will be valid throughout the EU.
The new regulation still needs to be formally adopted by the European Parliament and the Council of the EU before being published in the EU Official Journal. Once it’s published, it will officially enter into force immediately.
The Cybersecurity Act was proposed as part of the Cybersecurity package, proposed by the Commission and adopted on 13 September 2017 as one of the main priorities of the Digital Single Market strategy.
The report of the PSCE Conference which took place in Bled is now available along with a short video summary! We sincerely hope you enjoy these!
The 20th edition of the PSCE Conference will takce place in Lancaster, UK, on 4-6 June 2019, in collaboration with Lancaster University.
- IoT for PPDR
- Flash Flooding
Poster Session and other Dissemination Opportunities
At its Conferences, PSCE offers relevant EU-funded research projects various dissemination opportunities:
- Exhibit project related solutions or concepts and interact with key stakeholders at a dedicated poster session (all exhibited posters are included in the final version of the agenda and the Conference Report);
- Speak and present the latest results of your project during the PSCE Conference;
- Conduct a demo of the public safety solution your project is developing during the PSCE Conference.
After the Conference, the results of the poster session and all presentations given at the Conference are incorporated in a Conference Report, which is sent to all PSCE members and made available on the PSCE website (http://www.psc-europe.eu/), thus giving the exhibited projects further dissemination reach.
An detailed overview of our dissemination opportunities is available here.
Conference Venue - How to get there?
Lancaster University Guest Rooms: Comfortable, basic. https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/conferences/spaces-facilities/facilities/guest-rooms (from around £50)
Lancaster House Hotel: Comfortable, Pool, Gym, Hot tub, Restaurant, https://englishlakes.co.uk/lancaster-house/
PSCE Individual Members: 360€*
PSCE Institutioanl Members: 320€*
A detailed overview of sponsorship options is available here.
We are delighted to announce that the latest PSCE White Paper, on Semantic Interoperability and building upon the results of the EPISECC project is now available.