The AIMES Project will host its third and final pilot activity on December 17th, at 10h00 local time (11h00 CET).
It has been a year since Deveryware, EDGENEERING and Omnitor began the AIMES Project to provide the public safety sector a single solution for the transition to Internet-based emergency services.
On the 18th of September, the AIMES consortium successfully conducted the first Workshop of the project.
Stakeholders from Sweden, Norway, Portugal, Greece, Kosovo, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Latvia and Belgium validated and discussed the AIMES requirements and use cases.
On September 18th 2020, the AIMES partners will host online the first AIMES Workshop – Validation of the AIMES Concept.
The June 2020 ETSI EMTEL Special Committee meeting was animated with the discussion of the proposals to extend the PEMEA specification brought by Deveryware, as a direct contribution of the EUROSTARS AIMES Project.
On May 2020, ended the second phase of the PEMEA Project that, throughout one year, proposed to launch the deployment of PEMEA and to promote the PEMEA architecture throughout Europe.
The EMTEL Special Committee is responsible for the capture of European requirements concerning emergency communication services.