Dataline brings value of healthcare big data to UKHIF London. 

It’s a new year and we are now pleased to reveal some of the leading healthcare innovators joining the next UK Health Informatics Forum in London. Now in its Dataline Logo3rd year, the UK Health Informatics Series has gone from strength to strength with a highly-esteemed ‘Agenda Advisory Board’, oversubscription from NHS and public sector leaders, and continuing partnerships with global leaders in health informatics solutions. The London Forum will once again partner with Ricoh UK and will be held in Stationers’ Hall, London on March 4th 2015. Delegates registered for the forum include the Digital Clinical Champion for NHS England, Deputy Director for Digital Health and Care for the Welsh Government, and President for the Royal Society of Medicine.

Our newest contributor is software company Dataline who specialise in big-data analytics for healthcare. As the healthcare industry continues to develop, providers face new challenges whilst striving to deliver sustainable and positive patient outcomes. Dataline’s Health Data Analytics solutions combine technology and medical expertise to deliver insights which save time, strengthen performance and drive down operating costs, allowing professionals to focus their time and energy into helping real people in need.

Dataline firmly believes in the value of data and has focused on securing potential benefits from big data in healthcare. Founded in Brighton in 1983, Dataline has built a strong reputation for delivering effective and high quality solutions to UK Healthcare providers, based on over a decade of experience designing and implementing IT solutions to health sector organisations.

Dataline will help to shape the agenda for the London forum by contributing an expert speaker to one of the panel sessions. The UK Health Informatics Forum looks forward to welcoming the delegation from Dataline to the series. To find out more about Dataline visit:

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‘Police Forces will have to work smarter because they will be smaller’

Speaking in a BBC Radio 4 interview, the head of the police watchdog has warned that police cuts in England and Wales are “here to stay”. Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Thomas Windsor said forces had “already made, and done it well in the main, cuts of 20% in the last four years” but warned that forces were facing another 5% budget restriction in the next year. Sir Thomas went on to suggest that in some cases there are “further efficiencies to be gained” with more savings likely, however he argued that police forces will “need to work smarter because they will be smaller”.

Across 2015 the ‘Innovative Emergency Services Series’ will travel across UK cities to help showcase emergency services innovation and partnerships which are helping Blue Light Services “work smarter”. The series brings together technology suppliers with key stakeholders responsible for the efficient delivery of UK Emergency ServiPolice on beatces. The agenda is built is by contributors from across police, fire and ambulance services as well as local government and technology suppliers, with the aim of overcoming the common barriers to mainstream adoption of solutions. The discussion led forums help to create new partnerships and introduce new technology which can help emergency services personnel undertake their crucial job more efficiently and safely.

The next forum will take place in London on February 24th. The ‘On-Site’ Forum will focus on regional examples of best practise and innovation which are helping southern based emergency service providers and technology suppliers to overcome financial restraints and barriers to new technology. Luana Avagliano, head of ResilienceDirect at the Cabinet Office is partnering the forum with contributions from O2, Capita, Ricoh UK, The Met Police and London Air Ambulance.


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Quantify Recording Suite features within UKTEES ‘Solution Centre’

eSE is looking forward to welcoming a range of innovations which are already making a big difference to the way that emergency services operate and work together in the UK. Solutions being showcased in our unique ‘Solution Centre’ include mobile office solutions for specialist vehicles, prototype applications for frontline mobile devices and multi-agency incident management platforms which ease the sharing of resources and information regardless of location and across different services.

One of the solutions which will feature at next week’s forum is the ‘Quantify Recording Suite’ by Red Box Recorders. Red Box has brought together a range of experience and expertise from close relationships with police, fire and coastguard services to produce a flexible and reliable voice and data recording solution which meets the needs of first responders and control room users. Quantify captures telephone, radio and mobile voice and data communications for fact verification, incident reconstruction and quality monitoring. The Quantify suite is fully integrated with command and control platforms from major vendors and puts resilience at the heart of its specification.

Red Box Recorders have put together a short video which highlights how the platform operates and the many benefits it provides to UK ‘Blue Light’ Services.

To find out more about Red Box and Quantify Recording Suite please visit: or download it’s solution overview brochure for Public Safety.

Rinicom LTD presents leading Communications Solutions to improve ‘Blue Light’ interoperability.

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The UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum is proud to bring together cutting edge innovators with the end users that benefit from their solutions. All of our participants share a common aim to improve the delivery of UK Emergency Services against personnel and financial constraints. Our newest delegation joins the Liverpool forum from Rinicom Ltd, a UK based global technology provider specialising in state-of-the art wireless broadband communications, digital broadcasting and wireless video surveillance applications.

Since 2002, emergency personnel and first responders from across the UK have benefitted from Rinicom’s wireless COFDM broadband video surveillance, bespoke communications solutions and outstanding customer support. Rinicom Ltd is recognised as a leader in cutting edge technology with its portfolio of COFDM and advanced camera systems growing fast, specific products including the ‘PodNode’ and miniature ‘eyeQuad’ cameras are acknowledged as leaders within their particular class.  Rinicom has been one of the biggest contributors to a number of projects including the EU FP7 INFRA project (Innovative and Novel First Responder Applications), EU FP7 HIT-GATE (Heterogeneous Interoperable Transportable GATEway for First-Responders) and to the EU FP7 PPDR project (Public Protection and Disaster Relief).

The Rinicom Ltd delegation will include Professor Garik Markarian, CEO for Rinicom, who will deliver an interactive presentation to our Liverpool audience. Garik’s presentation will explore the existing range of communications systems for first responders and the issues they face in terms of interoperability. Garik will also highlight a Rinicom produced solution which has been developed jointly with EU partners and now being considered for a European standard.

eSE looks forward to welcoming Professor Garik Markarian and Rinicom Ltd to the Liverpool UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum, as well as hearing more about the cutting edge solutions which are set to improve emergency service interoperability across the UK and Europe. Find out more about Rinicom Ltd at:

Registration for the ‘On-Site’ regional Innovative Emergency Services Series is open. Our locations for 2015 will be London (Feb), Brmingham (April), and June (Newcastle). If you are based in and around these areas and work with emergency services in the region, please visit  or use our contact form below.

SCC Government accredited Cloud Solutions to Improve Emergency Services Efficiency 

Our latest welcome post for the Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum introduces an innovator in ICT solutions helping public sector organisations and UK emergency services to work more effectively. Solution provider SCC has developed trusted and award-winning products designed to integrate and manage ICT infrastructures. Across Europe, SCC has been trusted to plan, supply and manage IT systems for leading businesses for 40 years.

As the largest independent solutions provider in Europe, SCC has built a strong reputation for effectively managing sensitive platforms and critical national infrastructure. In the UK SCC is a trusted partner for essential public sector services including Government, national security and emergency services, helping to support the British Economy and ensure essential services run effectively. SCC works closely with Humberside, Norfolk and Lancashire Fire and Rescue and this experience will bring practical IT solutions to help combat issues in data sharing, cloud storage and workflow to our forum agenda.

Utilising award-winning UK data centres SCC helps keep mission critical and sensitive data secure to OFFICIAL (CESG IL2 and IL3) security standards and their cloud solution, Sentinel, is the most established and cost-effective solution to be Pan-Government accredited. SCC continues to evolve its services through organic investment, acquisitive growth and working closeSCC We make IT work logoly with a wide range of customers’ to establish their needs and requirements.

eSE looks forward to welcoming the delegation from SCC to our Liverpool forum. Effective ICT is crucial to secure data management, efficiency and co-ordinated responses and SCC will bring practical solutions to the agenda. To find out more about SCC visit: 

The final delegate passes for the UK Technology Enhanced Emergency Services Forum will be allocated within the next week. Don’t miss your chance to participate by using our contact form below or visiting 

Red Box Recorders showcasing resilient voice recording solutions at UKTEES Liverpool.

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 communicationRed Boz Recorders logos 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: or download it’s solution overview brochure for Public Safety.

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‘Silent Carer’ VNC Lifeline‘s Telecare Monitoring Solutions explored at UKTCF  

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The UK Technology Enhanced Homecare Forum is proud to welcome a wide spectrum of participants, from global healthcare giants to innovative start-ups, no matter the size of the organisation all of our invited delegates are passionate about telehealth solutions and the difference they can make to individuals. In our latest welcome post, we are pleased to introduce not-for-profit social enterprise VNC Lifeline, who have been delivering telecare solutions across the Northwest for over 20 years.

TSA accredited VNC Lifeline helps elderly and vulnerable adults to continue living independently through the use of innovative telecare monitoring solutions. VNC Lifeline offers peace of mind to the service user and their families by acting as a “silent carer”, which acts to mitigate harm by responding quickly to untoward events. The service is used by providers from across local authorities and the private and public healthcare sector. VNC Lifeline is growing rapidly, now responding to over a quarter of million calls per year, although pre-dominantly based in Merseyside, the organisation delivers its service throughout the UK via self-connect.

VNC Lifeline’s telecare solutions can be tailored to suit the individual’s needs and help them to manage their lifestyle with safety and peace of mind. VNC technology ensures that the alarm service is available 24-7, with some alarms worn around the user’s neck as a pendant. The service not only ensures the user is using effective and cost efficient technology, but also maintains dignity, independence, well-being and saves lives. eSE looks forward to welcoming the VNC delegation to Manchester on October 16th. Visit their website at for more information.

Registration for the Technology Enhanced Homecare Forum will close within the next couple of days. Don’t miss your opportunity to participate by registering for a callback from our team through the contact form below. Thank you.