First time at BlueLightCamp Last weekend I had the very great pleasure of attending my first ever Blue Light Camp. I’ve done a few unconference events now so I had a good idea how it was going to work, but
MusterPoint is proud to sponsor Blue Light Camp for the third year running. It’s these grass roots, innovative events that bring people together who would otherwise not get a voice or an opportunity to be creative in their respective roles
First time Bluelightcamp was my first unconference and hackathon. Expectations were high. I am happy to report expectations were exceeded. The venue, the attendees, the commitment were absolutely superb. But, something was not quite right… Something not quite right It boils down to
In autumn of last year, the Law Commission launched its Consultation into data sharing between public bodies. If you haven’t read it before, you can preview and download the document at the end of this post. Scoping exercise Unlike other
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…