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  • The next PSCE Conference will take place on 3-5 December 2019 in Paris, France in collaboration with the French Ministry of Interior. 

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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

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Mobilising Video for PPDR - Workshop

What: 1 Day Workshop

When: 3 December 2019

Where: French Ministry of Interior - 40 avenue des Terroirs de France, 75012 Paris

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SKYTV Drone Footage of Notre Dame Fire
Source: https://twitter.com/amichaistein1/status/1117886579744354304

Mission Critical Video (MCVideo)

The MCVideo technology allows responders to share live images in critical situations, providing new benefits and challenges for PPDR practitioners and society.
Field-based, it therefore requires collaboration between practitioners, developers, service providers, governance bodies and researchers. In that respect, PSCE is developing a Use Case Exchange, a toolbox supporting the dialogue between stakeholders. Currently, the MCVideo innovation includes live video streaming, video push, AI technology, organisational processes and privacy preserving techniques to provide momentum to the most effective and responsible innovation.

Methodology for running the workshop 

Video-prototyping is an established creative design methodology that can be used for any form of innovation.

1. “Say it” – participants describe in words as many ideas as they can;
2. “Show it” – participants draw or use props to illustrate and detail their ideas;
3. “Act it” – participants use props and mock-up prototypes to design future ways of working;
4. “Video record it” – Participants produce short videos that detail interaction with the technologies involved and the benefits these new ways of working bring.
Workshop participants will work in teams of 3-5 participants and produce a short film of real-world interaction with future systems designed to enable better ways of working on PPDR.

Programme

10:00 -10:30 Registration
10.30-11.00 Introduction 
10.45 – 11.30 Notre-Dame Fire: The use of video – French Firefighter
11.30 – 12.00 Brainstorm Say It 
12.00 – 12.30 Brainstorm Show It 
12.30 -13.30 Lunch
13:30 - 14.00 Walk, Talk, Plan
15.00 - 15.30 Brainstorm Act it
15.30- 16.00 Coffee break
16.00 - 16.30 Brainstorm Video record it
16.30 - 17.00 Break and screening
17.00 Wrap-Up

 Registration closes 25st November 2019

 Participation is free for PSCE Conference Delegates, the fee for Non-PSCE Conference delegates is €120

For PSCE Delegates the workshop is open to drop-in: When you arrive, please feel free to join the workshop. It may not be possible to join a team, but you can participate as an observer or/and advisor.