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Annual Stakeholder Meeting

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Collaboration is in our core

PSCR hosts an annual public safety broadband stakeholder meeting that brings together representatives from public safety, federal agencies, industry, and academia. Participants hear from PSCR engineers and researchers about testing updates, upcoming R&D efforts, and opportunities to get involved, as well as industry leaders and public safety partners on cutting-edge technology findings, features, and functionalities. The Annual Stakeholder Meeting enables PSCR to receive direct input, guidance, and feedback from their diverse stakeholder community. 

PSCR's annual public safety broadband stakeholder meeting will be virtual in 2021. 

    PSCR 2021 Highlights

    Learn about research advancements from the past year and have the opportunity to interact with researchers in real-time during plenary sessions, technology demonstrations, and live Q&A sessions. This year's programming includes:

    • Daily plenary sessions featuring a diversity of public safety leaders
    • On-demand sessions that let you choose the content that interests you 
    • Live Q&A sessions that allow you to connect with PSCR researchers
    • Live and on-demand technology demonstrations

    By connecting stakeholders from public safety, industry, government, and academia, PSCR ensures the inclusion of unique requirements and diverse perspectives in communications technology R&D. View our past meeting materials to learn more. 

     

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    Created August 30, 2016, Updated June 19, 2021