THIRD Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) event

3rd- 4th September 2018, Warsaw, Poland

Discover the programme below & register now!

What are the I4CM events?

The Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) events aim to contribute to building a shared understanding in Crisis Management through the organisation of an annual event focusing on Crisis Management topics, allowing to address issues of common interest, to develop synergies between initiatives and to discuss the research roadmap for Horizon 2020 and beyond. The event allows local practitioners and solution providers to meet and exchange on best practices and lessons learnt, while providing projects and initiatives with an opportunity to increase their visibility and impact and to liaise with any interested stakeholders, including organisations developping similar projects in other regions of the world. It intends to make projects in the field of Crisis Management accessible to a wider range of external stakeholders in a specific region.

What will be the focus of this 3rd edition?

This new edition will focus on standardisation and identified regional-national pressing issues faced by local practitioners such as inter-agencies cooperation and interoperability of communication systems. Furthermore, this edition will give the participants to hear about (1) the initial results of the first Trial organised by DRIVER+, conducted in Warsaw from May 21 to 25, 2018 but also to receive the latest information about the organisation of the second Trial to be organised in Valabre (France) in October 2018. 

who is this event designed FOR ?

Crisis Management practitioners

with operational knowledge to guide research and innovation, primarily from Poland but also from beyond so as to exchange on their experiences, lessons learnt and best practices

Related projects and initiatives

funded by the European Commission, but not only!

Crisis Management solution providers

from industry and research offering innovative socio-technical solutions, from Poland and beyond

 

Policy makers

 working on the regulatory framework for Crisis Management operations, operating at EC or national level

Experts on various aspects of Crisis Management

having specific knowledge and expertise, with respect to operational and strategic challenges, technological requirements, challenges related to standardisation and  evaluation processes

Standardization experts

from CEN/TC 391 WG3 Crisis Management/Civil protection and beyond!

The concept & programme in a nutshell

As the I4CM intends to bring people in the Crisis Management community closer, the event will be organized along two lines: a CONFERENCE programme on the first day with dedicated panels and speakers and an OFF programme, consisting of more interactive experiences, to be held on the second day.

(Translation from English to Polish and Polish to English will be provided.)

September 3rdThe CONFERENCE programme will include sessions on inter-agency and cross border cooperation processes and instruments, on challenges and obstacles in sharing and coordinating information during multi-agency disaster, and on the importance of standards development in case of multi-agency disaster response. It will close with a forum of ideas, providing a space for initiatives in Crisis Management to inform on their activities, solutions and results.

September 4thThe OFF programme will alternate between parallel workshops and hands-on sessions that will allow participants to meet, share experiences, and learn more about the activities of the DRIVER+ project and related initiatives. Moreover, a poster area and a market place showcasing innovative Crisis Management solutions will be central to the event.

The event will be solutions-focused, with outputs integrated into DRIVER+’s work plan. It aims to strengthen efforts to create a Community of Practice in Crisis Management (namely the Crisis Management Innovation Network Europe, which will be presented on this occasion) whose members can co-create and apply best practices in their organisations. DRIVER+ wants to cultivate a culture of innovation in Crisis Management, with actors working together according to a harmonised set of principles and actions.

Have a look at the detailed programme!

Discover the topics of the panel sessions and workshops. Get to know who are our speakers, panellists, exhibitors and featured projects! 

Expenses, venue & logistics

Because we want to facilitate your participation, we made this event free of charge. No fee will be asked to you at the registration stage, nor later. Coffee breaks, lunch and networking aperitivo are included in the event package.

The venue…In the centre of the city, neighboring the Vistula River and the new Warsaw University Library, we found a kingdom of experiments – the Copernicus Science Centre. It is one of the largest and most modern science centres in Europe! And the view on the river for the terrace is amazing…

You will find th logistics package providing you with full blend of information and recommended hotels near the venue on the registration page… So do not wait any longer: Come & Join us in Warsaw!

As a short reminder

When

3 to 4 of September 2018

The event will start at 10:00am on day 1 and end at 06:00pm on day 2 

Registration

(Mandatory!) We want to welcome you in the best possible conditions and we need to know more about you. Register here.

Where

City: Warsaw (Poland)

Venue: Copernicus Science Centre

 

Logistics package

Available for download on the registration page. All necessary information and hotel recommendations can be found inside.

Who

Crisis Management practitioners, solution providers (industries, SMEs, acadmics), experts, policy-makers, standardisation bodies, related projects and initiatives

 

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Questions?

Get in touch with us at: I4CM@projectdriver.eu

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