What happened in 2019 at Mission Critical Technologies!
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National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC)
Richard Berry, the Assistant Chief Constable at Gloucestershire Police and Lead for Communications Data, addressed mission critical capabilities from a future perspective at Mission Critical Technologies this year!
The Safe Cities Summit
Investment to improve public safety goes beyond the workforce. Next-generation digital and smart technologies will give cities the potential to reduce fatalities by 8–10%, crime by 30-40% and improve response times by up to 35%.
The problem for cities lies in navigating real-world and technical challenges to make this a reality.
The newly introduced Safe Cities Summit will focus on the application of the following 4 critical technology areas that will reduce fatalities, minimise crime rates and improve emergency response times to make a safer and more secure city
Meet the Chiefs Networking Bar
Join a cocktail table and share a drink with Chiefs from across the fire and police services. Find out what their biggest technological challenges are, where they have capability-gaps and the types of companies they’re looking to partner with going forward.
Business Critical Technologies
The growing demand for security solutions is not only relevant for first-responder organisations. Investment across critical national infrastructure is expected to grow by around 5% year on year to 2022.
Whilst technology is advancing at a great rate, organisations need to fully understand the benefits and challenges of adopting new technologies.
New for 2019, Business Critical Technologies will focus on the technology investment across critical national infrastructure - energy, utilities and transportation, and will focus on the following 4 key themes: Communications Technologies, Unmanned and Automated Tech, Command and Control and Wearable Tech.
techUK Industry Working Group
Mission Critical Technologies and TechUK are pleased to invite you to an exclusive working group taking place on 13 June at London’s ExCeL. Dedicated to promoting software interoperability and data sharing across police systems, the working group is FREE to attend.
Ministerial Keynote by Nick Hurd MP at Mission Critical Technologies
Nick Hurd MP, UK Minister of State for Policing and Fire, delivers his keynote address at the opening of Mission Critical Technologies 2019. The Ministerial Keynote was followed by an update from the UK Home Office’s Emergency Services Network (ESN) programme.