#EENA2017- Have a sneak peak at our innovative programme!

 

 

 

 

We are very happy to announce that the provisional programme of the EENA Conference 2017 is now available!

 

 

 

 

Our 2017 edition will take place on 5-7 April in beautiful Budapest, Hungary. Over 600 participants are expected to join us from around 50 countries from Europe but also Africa, Asia, Middle-East, and North and South America.

The EENA Conference brings together emergency services, public authorities, researchers and industry representatives to foster the sharing of best practices and debate current issues in the field of emergency services.

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Since 2009, EENA has continously strived to combine all ingredients for a successful conference to rapidlly become the largest yearly pan-European event in the emergency services field! Our secret? We are convinced that there is always room for doing something "newer and better".

Take a look at what EENA has cooked up for 2017!

EXCITING SESSIONS WHY JOIN US? PRACTICAL INFO

 

What are the hot topics in the emergency services world?
Join us at the exciting sessions of social media and pubic warning, caller location in an emergency, the use of drones in ermergency response,  Smart Cities and much more!

 

From meeting with top international experts and networking in the exhibition area, to attending the inspiring 112 Awards Ceremony, this conference promises to be an unforgettable experience where you can learn, conncect, grow and discover! Find out about the Novotel Budapest City and the  Budapest Congress Centre that will be hosting this 2017 edition. And benefit from special discounts on hotel and flights negotiated for you!
Online registrations open on 1 December!

 

By joining us in Budapest, participants will have the opportunity to meet with exhibitors showcasing their newest products for innovative solutions in critical areas of emergency services in the exhibition area of the conference.

Are you interested in becoming an EENA 2017 sponsor? Find all the benefits below.

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