On 26 January, a joint workshop was held, co-organised by the EU FP7 projects SecInCoRe, EPISECC, SECTOR, and REDIRNET, the Centre for Mobilities Research and the University of Lancaster in association with PSCE and under the auspices the 9th Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference.
PSCE has been leading the EU-funded BroadMap project aiming at establishing a core set of specifications and a roadmap for procurement, in order to achieve future evolution towards EU interoperable broadband applications and radio communication solutions.
The BroadMap consortium would like to announce the date for the Final BroadMap Workshop, to be held on 6 April 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.
PSCE is delighted to announce the 4 following topics for the Munich Conference:
- Redundancy & Resilience in Public Safety Communications
- Future Broadband
- Cyber,Physical and Social Considerations for Public Safety
We look forward to welcoming you in Munich !
On 25 January 2017, UK’s Public Accounts Committee mentioned that the new Emergency Services Network system could require more testing beyond its scheduled start date of December 2019.
On 08 December 2016, OECD published a the ‘OECD Science, Technology and Innovation Outlook 2016’, the report emphasises that the decrease in government funding of scientific and technological R&D can threaten innovation in certain countries when global challenges such as climate change and ageing demand decisive solutions.