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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

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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

    Learn more

HOW TO IMPLEMENT ARTICLE 110 OF THE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS CODE

GETTING IT RIGHT FIRST TIME

2nd Workshop

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What: 1 Day Workshop

When: 8 October 2019

Where: Finnish Ministry of Interior - Kirkkokatu 12, HELSINKI (Meeting room Kruunu)

Entry fee: 300€ (incl VAT, if number available) or 363€ (without VAT number) 

This second workshop will build towards a proven, successful approach that takes participants through the process of design to delivery of their own PWS. We offer a total package that shows delegates how to manage the essential combination of technical and non-technical. In the first workshop we explained the structured approach to design assurance. This upcoming workshop will demonstrate:

  • the critical steps needed for Ministerial approval in terms of project implementation governance
  • legal liabilities
  • political risk
  • operational performance standards
  • options for sustainable funding

    The purpose of this workshop series is to help national project teams with advancing the process for design through to delivery of their Public Warning System to achieve full compliance with Article 110 EECC by June 2022. The first one was held on the 16th of May in Brussels. The workshops are based on the experience and learning from leading Australia's equivalent ("Emergency Alert") Public Warning System and focus on the benefits of an outcomes-driven and requirements-led approach against which to evaluate the best available different available technologies. We will explain how to create value for money and a greater return on investment by delivering a single architecture that provides a common platform for multiple operational requirements.

This workshop complements the PSCE White Paper "HOW TO IMPLEMENT ARTICLE 110 OF THE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS CODE - GETTING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME".

On 5 and 6 June 2019, another PSCE conference successfully took place in Lancaster, UK. Two workshops were collocated to the conference and were held simultaneously on June 4th. The first workshop took place as part of the IN-PREP&HEIMDALL projects and addressed the topic of transboundary cooperation in crisis management, while the second, allowed interested suppliers for the BroadWay project to meet potential partners and form tendering teams.

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