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31/03/2017

Watch live: David Ginola, social media & crises, drones in rescue operations

For the first time ever, 3 key-sessions of the EENA Conference live on social media!


Watch live: David Ginola, social media & crises, drones in rescue operations

 

 

 

Watch live the the hottest topics of the emergency services field!

For the first time ever, 3 key-sessions of the EENA Conference to be broadcasted live!

 

 

 

 

The EENA Conference , the largest pan-European event on emergency services, brings you every year some of the latest trends and hottest topics in the field.

During the 2017 edition, 3 sessions will be broadcasted live, so make sure to watch and let us know what you think with the #EENA2017 hashtag!

 


Make sure to follow #EENA2017 to follow all debates and discussions of the largest pan-European event on emergency services!
5-7 April 2017

 

 

Watch it live:

* Times are in CEST (Hungary time)

Interview with David Ginola

5 April 2017
09:25-09:55


Watch on Facebook Live
In May 2016, David Ginola, former football player (PSG, Newcastle, Tottenham), was participating in a charity football match when he suddenly collapsed. With emergency services at the scene 8 minutes after his cardiac arrest, he survived thanks to a witness who performed CPR; if it wasn’t for this person, he would have been brain dead. Hear more about David’s story, the impact it had on his life and his fight to reduce the number of deaths caused by cardiac arrest.

Use of Social Media in a crisis

5 April 2017
09:55-10:40

Watch on Periscope

Informing the public with accurate and timely information following weather, public safety or security events is a challenge authorities are facing today. Merging this challenge with the power of social media is a possible solution that can reach the public en masse. In this session you will hear interesting discussions and opinions from experts in the field.

Drones Pilot Project results

7 April 2017
11:30-12:20

Watch on Periscope

In mid-2016, EENA and DJI came together with four emergency services organisations to understand how Drones can actually support the emergency response efforts and how, with real use cases, the technology can be harnessed. Along the way the project discovered some interesting challenges and solutions and in this session you will be presented with some of those key findings.

 

 

Take a look at #EENA2017 to discover among others: