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SHOTPROS 2nd Consortium Meeting in Leuven
12. – 13. November 2019
The second consortium meeting took place from 12th to 13th November in Leuven. We are looking back to a great meeting with exciting presentations, lively discussions and productive workshops.
Representatives from all partner organisations got together at the premises of KU Leuven on 12th November 2019. The goal of the first meeting day was to give an overview about the current status of the work packages to all partners. Furthermore, the progress and first results of the work packages that have already started were presented, as well as the planning and outlook of the work packages which will start in the near future. After the meeting we had a delicious dinner in the inner city of Leuven. This was a good opportunity for networking and knowledge exchange in an informal setting.
The second day of the consortium meeting was planned in small workshop groups to discuss open topics regarding
- Research questions
- Requirement Analysis
- VR & Police Network
The partners split up according to their field of expertise in the project and their areas of interest. The open atmosphere between all consortium partners allowed for productive discussions where everyone could express their opinions freely. Most of the partners from law enforcement agencies attended the Requirement and the Network workshop since their input was needed there. They provided additional feedback on the first results from the requirement workshops and contributed their expertise to the planning of a European “VR & Police” Network.
Subsequently, the outcomes of the workshops were presented to the whole consortium and the next steps for SHOTPROS were planned. After the formal part of the consortium meeting was concluded, all partners were invited to join a walking tour through Leuven to learn more about the history of the city.
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