This project has received funding from the European Union's 7th Framework Programme for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration under Grant Agreement (GA) N° #607798

Advanced Crisis Management Conference (Final conference)

Unlocking the innovation potential in European Crisis Management

19th-20th February 2020

BluePoint Brussels

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 an interactive programme consisting of a series of keynotes, plenaries, specialist demonstrations and a solutions market place

Take your crisis management skills to a whole new level at the

DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference (Final Conference)


The DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference (Final Conference) is the culmination of several years of work involving trials, demonstrations, technology assessments and research to help improve crisis management throughout Europe, in particular in connection with climate change related­events such as wildfires and flooding.

The conference will provide a unique overview of how crisis management organisations can use the project’s outputs to select and evaluate solutions addressing identified crisis management gaps on a thorough, methodological basis. It will constitute an invaluable opportunity to access cutting-edge research, trial feedback and technological solutions, with assessment insights from leading researchers and practitioners.

The DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference (Final Conference) is free to qualifying professionals. 


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In a series of keynotes, plenaries and specialist demonstrations participants will learn about and experience actively the work and lessons learned of the DRIVER+ project teams:

The development of a scientifically based trial methodology, the DRIVER+ Trial Guidance Methodology (TGM) for conducting trials of Crisis Management solutions and the Test­bed Technical Infrastructure (TTI) that underpins it.

Reports on the large-scale Trials based on the TGM and TTI conducted in Poland, France, The Netherlands and Austria set up to assess technological and other crisis management solutions in realistic scenarios.

The establishment of an open, cooperative information-sharing network, the Crisis Management Innovation Network Europe (CMINE).

The establishment of a network of DRIVER+ Centres of Expertise to ensure the sustainability of project outputs.

The DRIVER+ Portfolio of Solutions – an on line database of crisis management technologies.+ the DRIVER+ Portfolio of Solutions – an on line database of crisis management technologies.

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