PSCE membership

Please select the type of organisation you wish to apply for:

Users:         175 €*

Research:   450 €*


Small:           50 or less employees     500 €*

Medium:     51 – 500 employees      850 €*

Large:           501 or more employees  1.500 €*

Premium:    7.250 €*

Cost for one year. If EU/MS with VAT number, intra-community VAT at 0%, if no VAT number, +21% VAT
If Non-EU/MS country, exempt of VAT

By becoming a PSCE member, your organisation will have access to a wide range of benefits and services including:

Access new networking and cooperation opportunities

By joining PSCE, you automatically become part of the strong knowledge-sharing network bringing together users, industry and researchers in the field of public safety communications and information management systems. The diversity within PSCE’s membership allows you to maintain regular contacts with your counterparts and other stakeholders in order to share and benchmark your experiences.

Access enhanced and targeted information
  • PSCE Flash News on latest developments affecting the world of public safety communications
  • Presentations and papers of all PSCE conferences and seminars
  • Comprehensive overview of relevant EC funded projects
  • Access to the restricted part of the PSCE website
  • Access to various survey results
Access the EU institutions
  • Represent the public safety communications community and raise awareness of the community needs and topics
  • Provide expertise and contributions to the EU, stakeholders and standardisation bodies
Access EU funded projects
  • Obtain information on funding opportunities
  • Obtain information on partnership opportunities – meet users, industry and researchers in special organised workshops to create powerful project consortia.
Access PSCE activities at preferential rates or free of charge
  • PSCE conferences and events
  • Pursue your activities within respective committees
  • Elaborate your ideas within working groups
Access the functioning of the organisation
  • Right to vote
  • Right to be elected
  • Create working groups on topics you are interested in