How to Provide an Evidence Base for ‘Right First Time’ Change
Delegates will learn how an evidence based approach to change can help the emergency services manage demand more effectively through better service delivery model design and match of resources to demand. The seminar will feature examples of how Police Forces are meeting the challenges of changing demand, collaborating in specialist services and understanding how best to use their Neighbourhood Policing resources.
Speaker: Peter Loader, Director, Process Evolution
Actionable Insight from your Data … by Joining it up & using Advanced Analytics
Data is the new natural resource – we’re all facing data overload. In many instances, it’s in different systems, doesn’t have a structure that computers can understand to allow people to search it intuitively and there’s so much of it, it’s hard to make any sense of it. This session will concentrate on some innovative techniques to solve all three problems, whilst at the same time providing politically acceptable ways for organisations to share data to improve outcomes. We will describe the technology, in easy to understand terms and then describe a couple of real use cases delivering results today in the UK.
Speaker: Mark Goossens, Client Director, Home Office & Police, IBM
How Ivanti can help you align Cyber Essentials and guidance from the NCSC
Ivanti cybersecurity solutions provide the firm foundation that emergency services require to align themselves to the guidance given by the Cyber Essential practices highlighted by the NCSC. During our session, delegates will learn:
Speaker: Matthew Walker, AVP EMEA Products Specialists, Ivanti
Using Geospatial Data to Enable Blue Light Innovation and Collaboration
Geospatial data plays a key role in helping the emergency services collaborate and improve service delivery. After all, everything the emergency services do happens somewhere. This seminar will showcase some exemplar examples of how the emergency services are currently benefiting from using Ordnance Survey data which is available for free through the Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) and offer insight into how Geospatial data and technology such as the Internet of Things and 5G could be used to enable blue light innovation and collaboration in the future.
Speakers: Andrew Cooling, Strategic Relationship Manager, Government Relationships Team & Iain Goodwin, Relationship Manager, Government Relationships Team
Hybrid ESN and our LTE Future
TETRA and ESN are not enemies. They can – and will have to – work together. In this presentation you’ll find out what ‘Hybrid ESN’ means for your operation and how to get the benefits from our LTE future
Speaker: Mike Isherwood, Managing Director of APD Communications
IT transformation in the Met
Speaker: Angus McCallum, Chief Information Officer at Metropolitan Police
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