Crisis Management professionals invited to the DRIVER+ Advanced Crisis Management Conference in Brussels from February 19-20, 2020

Crisis management practitioners, researchers, policymakers and solutions providers with an interest in innovation are invited to attend the international emergency management conference of the EU-funded DRIVER+ project at the BluePoint conference centre in Brussels on February 19-20, 2020. Registration to…

DRIVER+ completes the second of four Trials, a core part of this European demonstration project’s focus on innovation and resilience in Crisis Management.

DRIVER+ Trial 2 was held from 22 to 26 October in France at the premises of Entente Valabre, a public Civil Protection support organisation located near Aix-en-Provence. This event brought together seventy participants from all over Europe, including practitioners from…

Standardisation on top of the agenda of the Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) conference

The 3rd and 4th September saw the latest I4CM conference and workshop arrive at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw and standardisation was one of the main protagonists, along with interoperability and interagency cooperation. This event attracted participants from across…

Third edition of the Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) event, 3-4 September 2018, Warsaw – DRIVER+ announces programme

DRIVER+, an EU-funded demonstration project in the field of Crisis Management, announced the programme and opened the registrations for the “Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM)” event, whose third edition will take place in Warsaw (Poland) from the 3rd to the 4th of…

DRIVER+ – Driving innovation for Crisis Management

Warsaw hosts first DRIVER+ Trial Nothing stands still in crisis management and as risks and communities get more interconnected, the solutions to manage crises need to follow suit. This is why innovation is fundamental towards building resilience and cooperation; without…

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