We believe that emergency apps connecting citizens with the emergency services have to fully work everywhere in the EU. To achieve this, emergency apps should be interconnected in a standardised way.
World over, emergency services are planning their migration to Next Generation emergency communications. In Europe, NG112 is being implemented in some countries. Emergency Apps will be able to connect to the ESinet.
The aim of the PEMEA architecture is to interconnect the different emergency Apps in Europe, and this way allow citizens to use their emergency App of their own region/country when traveling.
PEMEA was born at EENA. We worked on the concept and we contributed to the creation of the standards. EENA promoted the implementation of the PEMEA network through the PEMEA project.
EENA stresses the need for all stakeholders to move a step further and bring PEMEA to life. In order to adopt, operate and extend the PEMEA emergency network, private companies have created the PEMEA Consortium*.
*While we welcome the initiative, please note that EENA does not participate in this consortium. EENA cannot be held responsible nor liable for the activities of the PEMEA consortium.