BroadWay Releases Notice on Pan-European Public-Safety Communications Procurement

27th Jul 2018

Europe’s BroadWay project released a prior information notice (PIN) in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). BroadWay is a team of 11 procurers from 11 European countries looking to procure a pan-European broadband mobile system for use by public-safety responders.

The team is comprised of national ministries and agencies responsible for communications services used by 1.4 million public-safety responders across Europe. BroadWay invites suppliers to help the BroadWay group of procurers to better understand the state-of-the-art and market status of broadband mobile for public safety.

The project aims to enable first responders with better communication technologies than the ones available to bad actors and with a resilience to cope with difficult crisis situations.

Briefing events will be held online 20 July and 9 August, with two briefing meetings to be held in Brussels 13 and 18 September. An online questionnaire will be open until 21 September to allow potential suppliers to provide opinions.

More information is here.

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