Our members

EENA CORPORATE MEMBERS

Private companies and consultancies are gathered in the EENA Advisory Board. The main purpose of this forum is to offer advice to EENA in achieving its objectives.

Read more about the EENA Corporate Members here.

 

EMERGENCY SERVICES STAFF NETWORK (ESSN)

Emergency services and public authorities individuals are gathered in the Emergency Services Staff Network (ESSN). This forum aims at stimulating sharing of best practices and experience between emergency services from different countries (with a focus on Europe).

Read more about the Emergency Services Staff Network here.

 

EENA Mobile Network Operators group

The EENA Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) group is a membership launched in 2016 with a strongly technical focus. The aim of the EENA MNOs group is to bridge communication between European MNOs and to foster dialogue on emergency calling issues.

Read more about the EENA MNOs group here.

 

EENA NETWORK OF RESEARCHERS

Researchers in the fields of emergency communications and emergency services can join this group. It aims at fostering sharing of information and knowledge among researchers and between researchers and other EENA members from emergency services and industry.

Read more about the EENA Network of Researchers here.

 

EENA MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS

International & European Associations interested in the field of emergency services, emergency calling and public safety, can join EENA and become a member of the Advisory Board. The aim of this membership is to bring together international and European associations and foster communication and dialogue.

Read more about EENA Member Associations here.

MEPS 112 CHAMPIONS 

Members of the European Parliament committed to advancing 112 are working with EENA within this network.

Read more about the MEPs 112 Champions here.