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.
Involving PEMEA providers and 112 services from Spain, Slovenia, Finland, France, Monaco and Italy, the project focused on real-world deployments, that is, on how mobile applications would make real emergency calls delivered with additional data to PSAPs across a range of regions and countries throughout Europe.
In a webinar titled Emergency Apps Travelling With You: PEMEA Project Results, Deveryware representatives Bertrand Casse, James Winterbottom and Javier Cabas presented how the company is supporting the implementation of the PEMEA network across Europe, involving the 112 services of Estremadura and Catalonia. The results of the undertaken tests are shared in the project’s final report, whereas the activities of the PEMEA Community may be followed at https://pemea.help.
As part of the PEMEA Project, and thanks to the PEMEA infrastructure in place, eight PSAPs in Europe and eleven Apps have been validated on their conformance with the PEMEA standard. As a result, they are now ready to connect to the PEMEA network in a live environment, allowing the roaming of the Apps in the different regions and countries across Europe. The next steps will be to extend the PEMEA network so as to connect new Apps and PSAPs in Europe, taking full advantage of PEMEA’s roaming interoperability.