Efficient communication during rescue operations and emergency management is significant, especially when thinking of the cost: delays or misunderstandings can lead to the loss of human lives.

Emergency Services Europe Network (ESENet) aimed at establishing a network of stakeholders in the Emergency Management domain in order to identify, discuss and agree on needs, requirements, new technologies and best practices in responding to everyday as well as to major emergencies.

The ESENet project final workshop took place on 14-16 October 2014. It served as an opportunity for summarising the results of three cycles of discussion and revising the list of recommendations identified by the experts and included in the final report.

During the three day workshop, participants from around Europe discussed topics related to emergency services including caller information, transnational calls, methods of interaction with emergency services, next generation techniques and services, and much more…

We would like to thank all participants for their valuable contributions!

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The project is funded under the FP7 Security programme.