Emergency services highlights in 2017

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The last year saw many changes in the emergency services world – and the EENA community was there for it all.

Before welcoming 2018, we wanted to share with you some of the moments that defined the last year.

But first we want to thank you all for your support and cooperation. We've said it many times: the strength of EENA is in our community, so thank you!

From all of us, happy holidays and a great New Year!


 

SOME OF THE MOMENTS WE SHARED IN 2017

 

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JANUARY 2017

EENA launches Working Group on Emergency Apps.

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FEBRUARY 2017

Decision-makers join us in the event dedicated to improve 112 legislation.

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MARCH 2017

The second edition of the Next Generation Plugtests event takes place.

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APRIL 2017

The EENA Conference & Exhibition welcomes 650 participants from around the world.

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MAY 2017

EENA launches Working Group for Cybersecurity experts

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JUNE 2017

The EENA/Waze programme is launched in Milan, Italy.

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JULY 2017

Belgium & New Zealand deploy Advanced Mobile Location.

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AUGUST 2017

Highlights of exclusive interviews with European politicians on 112 & EU legislation

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SEPTEMBER 2017

The European Parliament votes in favour of legislation in support of public warning

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OCTOBER 2017

112 goes to Brussels – and shapes European emergency response

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NOVEMBER 2017

Successful start-ups to join EENA's CrisisTech programme are announced.

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DECEMBER 2017

Publication of the Public Safety Answering Points – Global edition 2017

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WHAT ABOUT 2018?

Exciting things are coming up including the EENA Conference 2018, a Drones & Public Safety Summit, networking events, projects on start-ups & tech innovation, technical & operational resources, and much more… Stay tuned!

 


 

Happy holidays and see you in 2018!

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