EENA - European Emergency Number Association
The European Emergency Number Association (EENA) will host workshops on different themes at the ASTRID User Days. The first one is about the emergency number 112. How do the various European countries handle the calls they receive? And what possibilities does Next Generation 112 offer when connected devices and sensors provide extra data? Another theme is AED, the automatic external defibrillator. How can the position of these devices be mapped out better so that no valuable time is lost? And finally, public alert systems, such as BE-alert in Belgium, are looked at. By June 2022, all Member States must have such an alert system. What are the best practices in neighbouring countries and what technological developments are in the pipeline?
MONOcam - Police Netherlands
Many road accidents are caused by the use of mobile phones while driving. But catching offenders in the act is not easy and requires a large deployment of people and resources. That is why the Dutch police have developed an automatic system that can detect mobile phone use in the car: MONOcam. The technology uses artificial intelligence and can be deployed on the move. The Dutch police are examining the best way to share the software they have developed with other interested services.