PSCE Discusses Broadway-Broadnet at European Space Agency' Civil Security from Space’ Day
ESA, together with ESA Member states, have elaborated on a need for a European flagship programme for ‘Civil Security from Space’ (CSS).
On 8 November David Lund (PSCE) presented PSCE and some of its main activities (BroadWay-BroadNet) at the occasion of the 'Civil Security From Space' Industry Day organised by ESA, as part of the 4S Programme.
Europe is facing increasingly significant challenges as it deals with humanitarian crises, climate change, cybercrime, and geopolitical instability. The World Economic Forum’s 2021 Global Risks Report puts extreme weather events and cybersecurity failures as the third and fourth most clear and present dangers to the world, ahead of any other economic, environmental or geopolitical risks. We need to act swiftly to further protect Europe’s citizens and institutions and support critical infrastructures.
With this in mind, ESA, together with ESA Member states, have elaborated on a need for a European flagship programme for ‘Civil Security from Space’ (CSS). The one-day workshop was atended by prospective users, industry stakeholders, and decision-makers from ESA Member States with an interest in enabling commercial solutions aligned with the objectives of the Civil Security from Space programme.