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.
I’m really pleased to have been asked back to BluelightCamp to help out with the Sunday hackathon. Last year we had a fascinating day, with some really strong projects developed. These ranged from a re-imagining of how the 101 service
We’re really excited (ok, and a little nervous!) as it’s only ONE WEEK until BlueLightCamp 2014. So far, around a hundred people have registered to attend either one, or both, days over the weekend 10-11th May. A quick skim through
Hopefully you will have already have your BlueLightCamp tickets for our event 10-11 May at Ordnance Survey HQ. If you have not got your ticket yet there are still a few left over at blc14.eventbrite.co.uk For those of you yet