NEXES Proposes Next Generation Emergency Services in Terrorism Resilience
NEXES has made its debut on industrial exhibitions at the Security and Counter Terror Expo (SCTX) 2016, the most comprehensive event dedicated to the professionals tasked with protecting against terrorism that took place at the Olympia in London, from April 19th to 20th. Supported by the UK Home Office and dedicated to Evolving International Public and Private Sector Resilience, this year’s Conference and Workshop gathered 9000 attendees from the security, police, government and military organisations across the globe.
Following a year of intensive research and innovation work, RINICOM exhibited at SCTX 2016 the most promising IP-enabled technologies to improve the resilience of emergency services when called to fulfil their mission following terrorist attacks. NEXES’s latest developments – improved total conversation communications, enhanced situational awareness and advanced interoperability assets – are fundamental to help emergency services on the field to outperform and better protect people and assets.
The exhibition of NEXES innovations at the SCTX 2016 is part of the ambitious dissemination and exploitation effort of the NEXES Consortium, aiming to generate awareness and network with targeted audiences in the emergency and security professional domain so as to build future sustainable business opportunities for NEXES innovative results as they foster a paced transition to next generation emergency services.