The International Critical Control Rooms Alliance Congress
The ICCRA Congress is the only event in Europe dedicated to critical control rooms and focusing on the complete ecosystem for Critical Control Room environments. The Congress brings together thought leaders from across the industry and beyond.
Now in its 8th year, we welcome members and non-members to participate in our world class congress. This year’s theme, Disrupting the Control Room, will raise the bar in terms of content, education and innovation.
Disrupting the Control Room
This year’s theme, Disrupting the Control Room, will raise the bar in terms of content, education and innovation. You will hear from critical control room experts on the topics including:
Automation and AI
Changes to working practices
Mobilisation of control rooms in the field
Moving the control room to the cloud
Case studies on critical control rooms
The human factor: improving staff well-being and performance.
What to expect at ICCRA Congress 2018...
THE ICCRC Control Room Visit:
Ahead of a packed conference programme, our now famous control room visit is the most ambitious yet, aiming to give delegates privileged access to a number of London’s public safety control rooms.
Understanding the role technology has to play in control room performance
Environment & Ergonomics Track:
Assessing the importance of the environment on performance
How can operators ensure operational excellence?
Moulding the perfect control room operator
Call for papers 2018
Now in its 8th year, the International Critical Control Rooms Alliance Congress, will take place on the 10th – 12th December at the Raddison Blu, London. ICCRA is an independent organisation bringing together critical control room professionals to help deliver excellence in mission critical services.
We are now accepting speaker submissions for this year's event, with a special focus on: Automation and AI; Changes to working practices; Mobilisation of control rooms in the field; Moving the control room to the cloud; Case studies on critical control rooms; The human factor: improving staff well being and performance.
If you'd like to be considered as a speaker, please send a short overview of the presentation (200-300 words) and a short biography of the proposed speaker, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The conference was extremely well organised, the content was highly relevant, and I relished the opportunity to network with control room colleagues from other sectors and countries.
Dorset Fire & Rescue Service