EPISECC presentation during TEMU 2016

This week the International Conference on Telecommunications & Multimedia (TEMU, http://www.temu.gr/index.html) took place on Crete, Greece. TEMU is a bi-annual conference and during this edition, one day of the conference, 27 July, was dedicated to a workshop organized by the EMYNOS (http://www.emynos.eu/) project: Next Generation Emergency Services. The workshop provided a forum for researchers and industry partners to keep track of the work progress within this field by addressing in particular issues such as security and privacy, integration of social media, and extensions of eCall.
During this workshop, several interesting key note talks were held. Among them, Secretary General of Public Safety Communication Europe, Marie-Christine Bonnamour, who presented "The EPISECC project: Current Status and perspectives". The EPISECC project and the creation of a ‘European Information Space’ that will become the key element in a future integrated pan-European crisis and disaster response capacity highlighted and discussed during this successful workshop.
Other projects presented were COncORDE (http://www.concorde-project.eu/) and NEXES (http://nexes.eu/). Read more about these projects on the dedicated project websites.