Join Genasys on Thursday, June 25th, as we host our second Public Warning Systems webinar and discuss how to successfully deploy a Reverse 112 system that fulfills European Regulations.
Public warning systems experts Benoit Vivier, Public Affairs Manager at EENA (European Emergency Number Association), and Michael Hallowes, former Emergency Services Commissioner, Victoria, and National Director of Australia’s Emergency Alert Program and current managing director at Zefonar Advisory Limited, are scheduled to join the webinar and discuss current and incoming EU regulations, effective design and deployment of public warning systems, and their personal industry experiences. A question and answer session will conclude the webinar.
Technological advancements in critical communications have increased significantly since 2010. How has the public warning system market utilized these technologies and what can we expect from current and future solutions?
With the rise in reported natural disasters and other crisis situations, how can these new technological solutions help keep us safe? Join us on June 25th to find out.
Mr. Vivier joined EENA (eena.org) in September 2015 and is its Public Affairs Manager. He is EENA’s liaison with European Union institutions and other stakeholders, and works to increase European emergency number 112 awareness in Europe. Mr. Vivier is also working on dedicated EENA programs, including leading the file of emergency location and Advanced Mobile Location. Mr. Vivier graduated in European Affairs from the College of Europe in Bruges and studied in Sciences Po Lille.
Mr. Hallowes is the managing Director of Zefonar Advisory (zefonar.com) – a London-based consultancy advising governments and businesses on the design, delivery and evaluation of effective Public Warning Systems. As the former Emergency Services Commissioner for the state of Victoria, and the first National Director of Australia’s Emergency Alert Program, Mr. Hallowes has unrivaled public warning systems’ leadership and experience. He is also a 30-year veteran of operational policing in the UK, delivering successful digital services that transformed public safety, national security, emergency management and multi-agency interoperability. Mr. Hallowes insights and experience are being utilized by Public Warning System project teams in Europe to help accelerate successful implementation of Article 110, European Electronic Communications Code ahead of the European Commission’s June 2022 deadline.