The BroadMap workshop in Romania took place on 19th and 20th July 2016 in Bucharest and was organised by the Romanian Special Telecommunications Services. Similarly to other BroadMap workshops held elsewhere in Europe, this one also first briefly introduced the BroadMap project and then discussions turned to the BroadMap Questionnaire.

On 20th July, BroadMap project partner Magen David Adom (MDA) organised a BroadMap workshop in Tel-Aviv, Israel, with the aim to gather additional inputs on the BroadMap Questionnaire and validate and prioritise the identified set of technical and operational broadband network and devices requirements.

The National Police Service of Ireland has hosted two more BroadMap workshops.

Until mid-June 2016, the National Police Service of Ireland had already held three workshops with a focus on the BroadMap project.

The Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a partner in the BroadMap project, has held its BroadMap workshops. Taking place on 12th and 13th July in Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the workshop gathered a total of 42 people, including operational and technical experts from the various institutions relevant to BroadMap objectives.

The national workshop in Germany took place on 22nd and 23rd June 2016 near Munich in the Alps region.

On 14th June 2016, the Norwegian Directorate for Emergency Communications (DNK) hosted a BroadMap workshop in Oslo.

This summer also the city of Madrid has hosted the BroadMap workshops.

The BroadMap workshops have also been hosted in Stockholm, Sweden. Organised by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), the workshops took place on 16th and 17th June 2016 and gathered a total of 28 participants.

The BroadMap workshop in Finland took place on 18th and 19th May 2016 in the city of Kuopio. 

The BroadMap project consortium spans across most of Europe and now the BroadMap series of workshops have reached Greece.