The British APCO eCall conference will place at AVAYA House, Guilford, Surry, UK 13 September 2016.
eCall based on 112/999 will come to the UK after the 31st March 2018, and will apply to all types of car and light goods vehicles, new and old.
The eCall conference staged by British-APCO, is one of the first events in the UK to explore the implications of the eCall service. This applies to both the Private and the forth-coming public eCall Service.
Questions that will be discussed and debated include:
- What do the eCall Chain stakeholders in the UK need to be doing to prepare for this new technology?
- What are the implications for the emergency services, is it all good news?
- What difference could eCall make to other services that support the emergency services, how can this new way of notifying incidents be harnessed?
- eCall is just the start of the technology linked to the Connected Car, how will this affect operational deployments and tasking?
- What could the future bring in terms of the deployment of these technologies that are linked to Global Navigation Systems and Services and the provision of data to the emergency servicesThe event is open to all British APCO members but everyone else is encouraged to join, free of charge, to discuss and gather information on this important industry development.
Who should attend?
The event is open to all British APCO members but everyone is encouraged to join, free of charge, to discuss and gather information on this important industry development.
Full programme eCall Draft Programme
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