Frequentis’ Charlotte Roesener has been nominated as the new president of Public Safety Communication Europe.
Roesener has been with Frequentis since 2013, where she has been “driving critical communication applications in the public safety domain as product manager.”
To quote a PSCE spokesperson: “Charlotte has a strong expertise in technology and AI and has years of professional experience in the field of public transport, communication for public safety, and more recently with a focus on broadband communication.”
She joined PSCE in 2021 as a board member, recently occupying the positions of vice president and treasurer.
Discussing the nomination, she said: ‘’It is a great honour - and equally a pleasure - to take on the presidency for the next months. Since its foundation in 2008, Public Safety Communications Europe has become a unique and independent forum.
“[It] reconciles representatives of end-user-organisations, key members of the industry and top research institutes in Europe. We have become a powerful circle of excellence over the past years.
“PSCE has been entrusted with organising and leading EU-funded flagship projects that enabled prototypes, pilots and trials where PPDR end users find new ways of communication, together with research and industry experts.”
The organisation is also welcoming Mario Drobics as new chair of its Research Committee, as well as board member. He is currently head of the Competence Unit for Cooperative Digital Technologies at the Austrian Institute of Technology.
Author: Philip Mason