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More than 700 participants will attend EENA, the event on emergency services in Cankarjev dom – Cultural and Congress Centre Ljubljana. The participants, including emergency services and public authorities’ representatives, as well as researchers, telecom regulatros and suppliers, will come from 55 countries around the world; Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the USA, to name a few.

Over the years, the EENA Conference has become the place to go for emergency services, public authorities, researchers and industry representatives to get the very last updates on emerging trends and hot topics in the field of emergency services. Over 80 leading experts and practitioners from the emergency services field will address high-level policy and regulatory matters as well as operational and technical issues during the plenary and parallel tracks. The discussions will focus on artificial intelligence, weather disasters, drones, emergency apps, AML, public warning, cybersecurity, emergency call-taking, social media, crisis communication, advancd mobile location, and much more.

Attendees will have an opportunity to grow their expertise and network by meeting international experts and partnering with key stakeholders from Europe and beyond and will learn from best practices awarded at European level. In addition, they will be able to explore the latest technological solutions, meet 30 exhibiting solution providers from around 50 countries world-wide displaying their innovations and take the opportunity to share own ideas with the top players in the field.

The 112 Awards Ceremony will take place in conjunction with the conference and organistations highly engaged in improving and promoting the European emergency number 112.

All in all, visitors to Cankarjev dom‘s artistic performances will between 25 and 27 April be in case of increased heart rate in the safest possible venue in the world.