The registration for the third edition of the Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) to be organised from 3rd to 4th September 2018 in Warsaw (Poland) at the Copernicus Science Centre is now open.
WHAT ARE THE I4CM EVENTS?
The Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) series of events were initiated by the DRIVER+ project. The I4CM events aim to contribute to building a shared understanding in Crisis Management through the organisation of annual events focusing on Crisis Management related 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 provides a forum for 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 developing similar related projects in other regions of the world or domains.
WHAT WILL THE THIRD EDITION BE ALL ABOUT?
This edition of the I4CM event will focus on standardisation and regional-national pressing issues. It will also be the occasion to present the results of the first Trial organised in Warsaw, Poland, in May 2018 as part of the DRIVER+ project and to pave the way for the second Trial to be organised in France in October 2018. ITTI, the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) and the Public Safety Communication Europe Forum (PSCE) are pleased to co-host this interactive regional workshop. The event will be structured around two parts: the CONFERENCE and the OFF programmes. It will comprise keynote speeches, plenary discussions, dedicated workshops and hands-on sessions with mini trials and roundtables. Furthermore, there will be plenty of opportunities for networking for all interested participants.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THIS EVENT? DISCOVER THE DRAFT PROGRAMME & REGISTER NOW!
GET IN TOUCH WITH US IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE FURTHER INFORMATION: I4CM@projectdriver.eu