On 26 January, BroadMap participated in a workshop co-organised by the EU FP7 projects SecInCoRe, EPISECC, SECTOR, and REDIRNET, in association with PSCE, the Centre for Mobilities Research and the University of Lancaster under the auspices of the 9th Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference.
Mr. David Lund, BroadMap project coordinator delivered the presentation of the project. He explained that the reason why the EC funds many programs for the different thing is because every projects has different solutions for different circumstances. How to get the technology in real use. He underlined that BroadMap will be tasked with the job of not repeating the outcomes of many of these European projects.
The aim of BroadMap is to establish the PPDR requirements, a core set of specifications and the roadmap for procurement to achieve future evolution of European broadband applications and interoperable radio communication solutions. The objectives are: to collect, assess and validate the PPDR’s wireless broadband communication requirements; To establish a core set of specifications to fulfil the requirements; To define transition roadmaps for research and standardisation for future evolution of European interoperable radio communication solutions, within legal procurement constraints. Finally, Mr. Lund underlined that the procurement action and big Stakeholder Workshop on 6th April 2017.
The full presentation is available here .