Presented on: 23 February 2021, 15:00 CET

Emergency services operate very differently across continents. Even within the same country, there can be differences in the structure, technologies and procedures of each organisation. Facing a variety of challenges, emergency response requires continuous adaptation and improvements.

In this ever-changing context, EENA has decided to launch a new series of webinars that will focus on emergency communications reforms in European countries. From February to June, emergency services will share their experience and plans with the EENA community.

 The presenting emergency service that kicked-off our new series of webinars was 112 Romania,              The Special Telecommunications Service (STS).

What did we learn?

  • How are emergency calls handled in Romania by STS
  • The main milestones in the evolution of the emergency system in Romania
  • Ongoing and future projects, reforms leading to a next generation emergency communication system (NG112) in order to be compliant with the new 112 provisions in the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC)
  • Upgrades in progress to meet citizens’ expectations but also to satisfy the dispatching agencies’ needs
  • Status of eCall, Advanced Mobile Location, their public warning system Ro-Alert
  • …and much more

Presented by

Col Feticu Mihail Florin

Florin Feticu

Head of the 112 system, Special Telecommunications Service, Romania​
Daniel RATA -112 STS Romania

Daniel Rata

Technical Department Coordinator, Special Telecommunications Service, Romania​
Daniel has been one of the administrators of the 112 system since 2005. He currently runs the department in charge of interconnecting the 112 system with external systems and also provides statistics extracted from the system’s databases. Some of the latest projects he worked on were the AML implementation in Romania and the modernisation of the emergency system at national level.