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The presentation of our research project LAW-TRAIN at the Milipol Paris 2017 generated positive responce with international visitors. Interested people were informed with a demov version of the virtual training platform directly at teh booth and could also visit a workshop.
Milipol Paris is the leading even with security authoritites having 30.000 visitors, 1.000 exhibitors and 160 representatives. This years event took place from 21st to 24th November in Paris Villepinte under the patronage of the french interior ministry in co-operation with various authorities.
Milipol took place for the 20th time with the motto “Take Up The Challenge of a Safer World” and consisted of the news technological trends and innovations as well as future challenges in the field of security. Visitors could inform themselves on subjects like civil defense, criminal prosecution, counter-terrorism, organised crime, etc.
The center of attention of the project LAW-TRAIN is a transnational, collaborative interviewing situation for European Security Authorities. This aspect of the training was also the uniqe selling proporsition of LAW-TRAIN at the Milipol Paris.
Together with our partners of the consortium, we presented LAW-TRAIN with a booth and a workshop on the subject “LAW-TRAIN: a virtual training platform for multi-national law-enforcement teams (H2020)”.
USECON – being the lead of the work package “Dissemination and Exploitation” – was responsible for the concept of the booth as well as being the driving force on location to inform visitors about project details with its many adavantages of a virtual training platform.
Feedback of the visitors was positive; the need for this innovative training method is there. Until the end of April 2018 we are looking forward to be part of this project with our expertise in Usability, User Research and User Requirements.
For questions about the project, please contact Claudia Jung.