Liverpool UKTEES Summary by AIMTECH available now!

In our latest blog post, eSE is pleased to showcase our latest summary document from the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum, which took place last month at the Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. The forum discussion was extremely positive and identified a number of key areas where technology providers can work together with UK Emergency Services and build sustainable new partnerships.

This summary has been produced in partnership with the academic delegation from the Adaption Information Management and Technology (AIMTech) Research Centre at the University of Leeds Business School. The document summarises the three panel sessions and the key themes identified by participants.

You can access the full report by clicking here!

The ‘Innovative Emergency Services Series’ offers a number of ways to continue building upon the progress from the Liverpool Forum, including regional forums in London, Birmingham and Newcastle across 2015 for showcasing regional innovation and strengthening partnerships, distribution of delegate lists and through our own communications team.
The next forum in London will be attended by Luana Avagliano, Head of ResilienceDirect at the Cabinet Office, who will also take a place within our series ‘Agenda Advisory Board’. The Birmingham forum will partner West Midlands Fire Service and their innovative 999eye app, whilst the Newcastle forum will be supported by Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service under our ‘Advisory Board’ member and Chief Fire Officer Tom Capeling.

We want to hear your feedback! Use the contact form below to submit your comments or to get in touch with the eSE team about participating at any of our upcoming regional forums, or within the next national ‘Innovative Emergency Services Forum’ taking place next September.

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