This is a reminder to register for the 8th Emergency Services Workshop (ESW8). Most of you are familiar with our series of emergency services workshops, which date back to our first workshop in 2006. For this workshop many of us will get together in Budapest on 13-15 April 2011.
Since the number of attendees is limited, we invite you to register to the event before 15 March.
This year, the event is hosted by EENA, the European Emergency Number Association, and it is integrated in the programme of the EU Emergency Services Workshop that gathers emergency services, public authorities and industry representatives. This 3-day conference aims at fostering sharing of best practices between the relevant stakeholders.
The ESW8 is indicated as “Next Generation Emergency Services (ESW8)” in the programme of the event. Participants are however welcome to attend the entire 3-day event. As usual, special attention will be paid to Next Generation, IP-based emergency calling, including:
· An introduction to Next-Generation emergency services intended to provide a basic understanding of IP-based emergency calling to public safety representatives
· A session on testing and deployment elements with a focus on some relevant projects and initiatives
· A discussion on standards aiming at coordinating between different specific efforts and standards development organisations (SDOs)
The Workshop will welcome around 200 participants, including around 100 emergency services and public authorities’ representatives. Since the number of attendees is limited, we invite you to register to the event as soon as possible.
More information, programme and registration: