As part of BlueLightCamp ’14, a group of civil servants, hackers, and emergency service workers got together for a weekend of furious creation. I decided to look at flooding data. The recent floods in the UK are a brutal remember of
26th & 27th June – Manchester This ground-breaking event brings together thought leaders on policing, emergency services, community engagement and the digital era. This is your opportunity to have two days to work with your peers on visioning the future
Kick off was planned for 10am for the hackathon, but it was another early start for Mark and me – which turned out to be very fortunate as many of the people attending the hackathon arrived early, so eager where
What does it take to get started with drones – and who could they aid blue light services?
How can you make search and rescue more efficient? Give 99r dispatchers a tool that creates an information log all involved parties can use to communicate…
How do you get your organisation to innovate quickly – and how do you stop people getting trapped in the details?
At what point does social media monitoring by public sector bodies become “icky”? Am incoherence session discusses…
Could livestreaming from 999 calls from mobile speed up response, save lives and allow better resource allocation?
The ideas that the attendees brought with them, from streaming incidences to rpid innovation…
The sponsors supporting today’s session kick off the session by introducing themselves.