The UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum (#UKTEES) has been established as a platform for helping emergency services end users get more out of their current resources. All of the private sector solution providers attending our forum series have been identified by UK ‘Blue Light Services’ end users, and our latest participant is no exception. A key area identified within the contributed agenda points include software requirements such as document management, data analytics and data security. Our newest innovator has produced such solutions throughout the UK across Central and Local Government, NHS Healthcare, Emergency Services, Finance and independent commercial organisations.
Ecommnet is an independent consultant offering both specialist IT Security expertise and bespoke web/app development services supporting public and private sector organisations. The software development team at Ecommnet have built web and mobile applications which provide effective solutions for increasing efficiency, reducing costs, enhancing communication and information sharing and improving service delivery. Ecommnet solutions help emergency service end users securely realise the benefits of web and mobile innovations by supporting remote working, two factor authentication and containerised email/applications on mobile devices.
At the Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum Ecommnet will showcase prototype applications for frontline staff, this will include a configurable survey/questionnaire/ data gathering applications for mobile devices. Ecommnet understands the emphasis on mobile solutions to improve efficiency by consolidating services and software into a user friendly and seamless platform accessible regardless of location, whilst ensuring that security and service delivery remain a top priority.
eSE looks forward to welcoming the delegation from Ecommnet to the Liverpool forum later this month. To find out more about Ecommnet and their experience in IT Security and mobile software solutions visit: http://www.ecommnet.uk
Last minute registration for the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum will close on Friday 14th November! If you work with UK ‘Blue Light Services’ and are particularly involved with the implementation of new technology projects, don’t miss your chance to be involved! Use our contact form below to get in contact with the eSE team. Many thanks!
With just one month to go until we open the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum in Liverpool, we are looking forward to revealing another set of technology solution providers delivering change for UK ‘Blue Light’ services. Our latest welcome post introduces a global provider of smart voice and data recording solutions for public safety organisations. With offices worldwide and a vast network of over 300 partners, Red Box Recorders brings together a range of experience from working closely with police, fire, coastguard and transportation services.
Red Box will be showcasing its ‘Quantify Recording Suite’ within our specialist ‘Solution Centre’. Quantify is a flexible and reliable software solution for capturing and replaying voice and data communications across control rooms and from first line responders. It’s widely used by public safety organisations for fact verification, incident reconstruction, quality monitoring and assessment of employee training needs.
Quantify captures telephone, radio and mobile communications and integrates fully with command and control systems from major vendors including Motorola, APD and Capita. Recordings captured are authenticated for security and because Red Box knows that continuity of operations is vital, Quantify is highly resilient too.
eSE looks forward to welcoming the delegation from Red Box to the Royal Liver Building on November 26th. To find out more about Red Box and Quantify Recording Suite please visit: www.redboxrecorders.com/solutions/sectors/public-safety/ or download it’s solution overview brochure for Public Safety.
Participation options for the November forum will close in the next couple of weeks. If you want to be involved please contact the team using the form below. Thank you.
We are pleased to announce that our UK ‘Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum’ is to be established in partnership with Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service. Our latest industry backed ‘UK Public Sector Services’ forum brings together senior level expertise from UK Emergency Services and industry bodies, with technology suppliers from the private sector. The Liverpool-based forum will identify the key issues that affect service delivery and efficiency, and the commercial opportunities available from technology adoption to help find solutions.
This established partnership will bring innovators from UK Police, Ambulance and Fire and Rescue Services together under one common aim. Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service have a reputation for being at the forefront of technology adoption and innovation over its long history. Liverpool was one of the first in the UK to adopt the steam fire engine decade before other cities. Ed Franklin, Head of Technology at Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service is one of our ‘Agenda Advisory Board’ members, who are currently helping to shape the final agenda for the forum. This first-hand experience at the helm of technology within a UK Fire Service will help to ensure the discussions taking place within our panel sessions are based on genuine end user experience and practicalities.
Ed Franklin, speaking about the partnership said: “Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service is very glad to support the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services forum. Technology plays a key role in supporting our vital ‘999’ emergency response infrastructure, as well as contributing to managing our resources more effectively in line with the risks facing firefighters and the communities of Merseyside.”
We look forward to working closely with Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service to ensure that UKTEES becomes the strategic meeting point for UK emergency Services, and those providing crucial products and services to ensure that our ‘Blue light’ services can do their important job efficiently, safely and effectively.
Registration for our Liverpool ‘Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum is still open for private and public sector delegates, register your interest using the contact form below for a call-back from one of the eSE team. To find out more about Merseyside Fire and Rescue visit: http://www.merseyfire.gov.uk/.
The Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum (UKTEES) is set to bring together a wide range of technological solutions which have been designed to make the working lives of Emergency Service personnel a little bit easier whilst improving efficiency, cutting costs and ultimately to save lives. Our latest welcome post introduces a market leader currently improving efficiency across almost half of UK Fire and Rescue Services in addition to work with Police Forces and Ambulance Services.
Aligned Assets Ltd will be sending an expert speaker as well as utilising our unique demo area to help showcase how their solutions are improving efficiency and interoperability across the ‘blue light’ services. Aligned Assets Ltd is a recognised expert in gazetteer management at the forefront of developments in the NLPG and AddressBase® Products. The company has created the UK’s first AddressBase® compatible gazetteer management system and, since their formation in 1996, have developed a number of local government mapping solutions to undertaking detailed spatial analysis. The independent company has prided itself on providing reliable, well designed solutions that combine deep industry knowledge with the latest technological innovations.
Since 2002, Aligned Assets Limited has built efficient and tailored address management solutions for both Local Authorities and for use within the emergency sector. Solutions such as AddressBase Premium corporate gazetteers, web services and data matching ensures that frontline and back office remain fully synchronised. Accurate address data sharing between back office and frontline officers is crucial to the work of emergency services. Accurate address data will save lives and prevent long risk into the future.
Dinesh Thanigasalam, Emergency Services Product Manager at Aligned Assets Limited said “I am very much looking forward to speaking at the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum. This is a well-needed opportunity to bring together technology officers from across all of the emergency services, to discuss the technological solutions that are making a big difference to their colleagues around the country. Aligned Assets is looking forward to building upon our strong base of Fire and Rescue service partnerships, and of course building new relationships to help other services striving to improve their services”.
We look forward to welcoming Dinesh and the delegation from Aligned Assets Ltd to Liverpool in November. As with all eSE forums the number of delegate passes for UKTEES is strictly limited to 125. If you would like to be part of the forum please use the contact form below or visit www.ese-emergencyservices.com/register