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2nd DRIVER+ Trial in Valabre, France

DRIVER+ completes the second of four Trials, a core part of this European demonstration project’s focus on innovation and resilience in Crisis Management

DRIVER+ Trial 2 was held from 22 to 26 October in France at the premises of EntentevValabre, a public Civil Protection support organisation located near Aix-en-Provence. This event brought together seventy participants from all over Europe, including

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Standardisation on top of the agenda of the Innovation for Crisis Management (I4CM) conference

The 3rd and 4th September saw the latest I4CM conference and workshop arrive at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw and standardisation was one of the main protagonists, along with interoperability and interagency cooperation. This event attracted participants from across Europe who came together to debate these key issues facing Crisis Management professionals.

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C³M visits Dutch Red Cross during the “Four Days Marches” in Nijmegen

On July 20th, the hottest day this year up to now, three PhD students – Laura Hinsche, Roberto Rocha and Roelof van den Berg – of the Department Information Systems and Supply Chain Management of the University Münster and the C3M took a closer look at the processes of the

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Prof. Mark Haselkorn from the University of Washington gives an ERCIS lunchtime talk on Human Centered Design

C³M is happy to welcome Prof. Mark Haselkorn to give an ERCIS lunch time talk on July 12 in Münster!  

The topic will be on the relationship between Human Centered Designers and Software Developers in achieving state-of-the-art technology innovation. 

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