#CMASummit21 - Public Safety - May 18th 2021

Speakers

  • David Villacastin
    David Villacastin
    MD of TPL Systems, France
  • Dr. David Lund
    Dr. David Lund
    President Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) Forum, Project Coordinator: BroadWay, BroadGNSS
  • Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
    Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
    Chairman Critical Messaging Association

    Studied mathematics at Donetsk State University. Doctorate at University of Applied Sciences, Energy Institute, Moscow. PhD,
    Worked in various software development management positions, e.g. CEO of a Daimler IT division. After that with liberalisation of telecommunications in Special Mobile Radio (SMR) industry.
    CEO RegioKom Berlin/Deutschland. 2000: Co-founder of the e*Message Wireless Information Services Group. CEO.
    Participation in WGs of European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and Conférence Européenne des Administrations des Postes et des Télécommunications (CEPT)
    Since mid-1990s, various board functions in SMR associations (igb e.V. – Trunked Radio, PM e.V.- Professional Mobile Radio)
    Since 2017 Board of Directors ZOES (Future Forum Public Safety) at German Parliament Bundestag
    Since 2019 Chairman of worldwide CMA (Critical Messaging Association)

  • Jean-Paul Préaux
    Jean-Paul Préaux
    Project manager at Agence Du Numérique De La Sécurité Civile

    He worked for more than 20 years at Paris Firebrigade and is now a Telecom Project Manager in French Administration.

  • Johan Svean
    Johan Svean
    CEO STI Engineering, Western Australia

    STI Engineering is the manufacturer of the RF Innovations range of licensed & license-free data radios, paging transmitters and customised communications products.

  • Jurgen Poels
    Jurgen Poels
    Team Leader NextGenCom with ASTRID, Belgium

    Membe of CMA Board of Directors

  • Kirk Alland
    Kirk Alland
    GM Unication, USA
  • Prof. Dr. I. Timm
    Prof. Dr. I. Timm
    Professor for Business Informatics at the University Trier, Germany

    Ingo Timm is an internationally renowned AI researcher and business informatics specialist with a research focus on theory, methods and applications of (distributed) artificial intelligence and simulation. In his research group, (agent-based) social simulation as well as simulation methodology itself are central research topics, which are especially investigated in the context of interdisciplinary discourses (media and social sciences, anthropology, logistics).
    After graduation, he completed his doctorate at the Technology Center for Computer Science at the University of Bremen.
    In 2006, he was appointed to a W2 professorship in Business Informatics and Simulation at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Since 2010 he is professor for business informatics at the University of Trier.
    – Member of the Future Forum for Public Safety e.V. (ZOES)
    – Member of the Center for Health Economics (ZfG)
    – Spokesman of the expert group “Distributed Artificial Intelligence” of the German Informatics Society (Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.)

Digital Meeting

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Digital Meeting

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The Critical Messaging Association welcomes anyone involved in the critical messaging industry to join.

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Date

18 May 2021
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Time

13:00 - 17:00

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#CMASummit21 “Public Safety”

In 2021 we will be hosting several virtual conferences that can be attended by a broader audience and not just Association members. This is also to help generate broader interest in our Association and help us grow.

The first conference will be held on May 18th, 2021 from 1 pm to approximately 5 pm CET and will focus on the area of “Public Safety”.

There will be various speakers, including high-level ones, from academia, industry, as well as from the field of Public Safety, who will attend and give presentations.

For the time being, this only serves to announce the event and is connected with the request to block this time frame on May 18th in your calendar.

Since this time everything should be a little more beautiful and better, a lot of time, energy and work is currently put into the preparation. You can be curious about the result. So are we.

Please pass on the information about this event to your network (customers, organizations, press, etc.) so that we can reach as wide an international audience as possible.

So SAVE THE DATE, keep safe and healthy and we would be happy to meet you on May 18th.

Participation is free of charge. 

The number of participants is limited. Therefore we ask for immediate registration.

The event is finished.

Hourly Schedule

May 18th, 2021

1.00 - 1.20
Introduction
Times like these - Our technology now - Our Members now
Speakers:
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
1.20 - 2.15
What’s going on
The Critical Messaging View
Part - 1
Alerting – Today and Tomorrow - More Reliability - The Special Member View
Speakers:
David Villacastin
Part - 2
A US View on Public Safety Communications – An Important One - Migration to New Networks and Platforms - More Diversity in Technologies
Speakers:
Kirk Alland
Part - 3
Is Down Under so different in Public Safety? - Coverage is King - A Member from West Australia to the World
Speakers:
Johan Svean
2.15 - 3.30
Experts from Science about Public Safety
Part - 1
Public Safety Comms Future/ PSCE / The BroadWay Project
Speakers:
Dr. David Lund
Part - 2
a.o.: Corona Learnings and Digitization. The cost of Prevention. Can Artificial Intelligence play a Role?
Speakers:
Prof. Dr. I. Timm
3.30 - 4.20
Public Safety User Focus
Part - 1
Countrywide Communication Network(s), Today and Tomorrow, Different Requirements lead to Different Technologies
Speakers:
Jurgen Poels
Part - 2
Control Center or Network Forms? Professional or Voluntary Forms? Police or Firefighters Forms?
Speakers:
Jean-Paul Préaux
4.20 - 5.00
Round Table Discussion and Conclusion
Specifics of Critical Communications in a Cellular Dominated World - Requirements are Different. Are they so different? 2nd Infrastructure – A cheap and secure Way for more Reliablitity
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The time donations are only approximate.
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
Dr. Dietmar Gollnick
Chairman Critical Messaging Association
Studied mathematics at Donetsk State University. Doctorate at University of Applied Sciences, Energy Institute, Moscow. PhD, Worked in various software development management positions, e.g. CEO of a Daimler IT division. After that with liberalisation of telecommunications in Special Mobile Radio (SMR) industry. CEO RegioKom Berlin/Deutschland. 2000: Co-founder of the e*Message Wireless Information Services Group. CEO. Participation in WGs of European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and Conférence Européenne des Administrations des Postes et des Télécommunications (CEPT) Since mid-1990s, various board functions in SMR associations (igb e.V. – Trunked Radio, PM e.V.- Professional Mobile Radio) Since 2017 Board of Directors ZOES (Future Forum Public Safety) at German Parliament Bundestag Since 2019 Chairman of worldwide CMA (Critical Messaging Association)
David Villacastin
David Villacastin
MD of TPL Systems, France
Kirk Alland
Kirk Alland
GM Unication, USA
Johan Svean
Johan Svean
CEO STI Engineering, Western Australia
STI Engineering is the manufacturer of the RF Innovations range of licensed & license-free data radios, paging transmitters and customised communications products.
Dr. David Lund
Dr. David Lund
President Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) Forum, Project Coordinator: BroadWay, BroadGNSS
Prof. Dr. I. Timm
Prof. Dr. I. Timm
Professor for Business Informatics at the University Trier, Germany
Ingo Timm is an internationally renowned AI researcher and business informatics specialist with a research focus on theory, methods and applications of (distributed) artificial intelligence and simulation. In his research group, (agent-based) social simulation as well as simulation methodology itself are central research topics, which are especially investigated in the context of interdisciplinary discourses (media and social sciences, anthropology, logistics). After graduation, he completed his doctorate at the Technology Center for Computer Science at the University of Bremen. In 2006, he was appointed to a W2 professorship in Business Informatics and Simulation at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Since 2010 he is professor for business informatics at the University of Trier. - Member of the Future Forum for Public Safety e.V. (ZOES) - Member of the Center for Health Economics (ZfG) - Spokesman of the expert group "Distributed Artificial Intelligence" of the German Informatics Society (Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.)
Jurgen Poels
Jurgen Poels
Team Leader NextGenCom with ASTRID, Belgium
Membe of CMA Board of Directors
Jean-Paul Préaux
Jean-Paul Préaux
Project manager at Agence Du Numérique De La Sécurité Civile
He worked for more than 20 years at Paris Firebrigade and is now a Telecom Project Manager in French Administration.