Drone experts, ConsortiQ to show emergency services how to saves lives faster at Blue Light Innovation Summit

In the emergency services sector no goal is more important than constantly improving response time in order to save lives faster. Global drone consultants, ConsortiQ will be attending the Blue Light Innovation summit this November, showcasing how utilising drone technology can help these companies achieve this ultimate aim. Following on from a successful appearance at the Emergency Services show in September, the leading aviation experts look forward to meeting representatives from various first responder units at the event in order to understand their needs, while also demonstrating how a drone can be used to benefit their operations. The Blue Light Innovation Summit takes place on 1stNovember 2016 at the QEII Centre, London. ConsortiQ can be found at stand 15. 

The Blue Light Innovation Summit welcomes over 300 leaders from the government and emergency response organisations, as well as private sector solutions providers such as ConsortiQ. This year’s conference focuses on interoperability and the use of technological innovation to enable this. ConsortiQ is a globally based drone solutions provider, made up of a team of aviation experts with extensive experience across a wide range of sectors, including the emergency services. Using its expertise, the team at ConsortiQ look forward to demonstrating how drone technology, when integrated into these emergency response units, can provide the overlapping of skills and technology needed in order to streamline these further, future proofing and enhancing their operations.

Bryce Allcorn, Training Manager at ConsortiQ said, “Many new uses of drones are being explored every day, but one sector where it is proven to benefit is the emergency services. Many fire, police, HART (Hazardous Area Response) teams and more are now fully embracing the advantages that this fast, nimble and relatively cheap technology can bring to their operations, while greatly reducing risk to their personnel. Although many companies are using a drone, we understand that there are still a lot of questions waiting to be asked by members of emergency response teams. At the Blue Light Innovation Summit, we hope to answer these questions and provide clarity on this exciting subject.”

Representatives of the company attending the event will be Seamus Kearns, Project Specialist and Bryce Allcorn, Training Manager.

ConsortiQ has a deep understanding of the particular needs of first-responders, offering a dedicated Search and Rescue training and consultancy service that is tailored towards meeting the complex challenges faced by these units. The leading drone solutions provider also works closely with fire departments across the UK and was invited to showcase these capabilities in current-affairs style programme ‘Beyond Blue Lights’ earlier this year. Made in partnership with the Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) and ITN Productions, ConortiQ demonstrated the benefits of its unique and specialised drone training as the programme explored the importance of the Fire and Rescue services in the UK.  View the ConsortiQ’s segment of the programme online at https://youtu.be/-eqMO1BAnzc

The Blue Light Innovation Summit is held at the QEII Centre, London and takes place on 1stNovember. Register at http://bluelightinnovation.co.uk/

Learn more about ConsortiQ at https://consortiq.com


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About ConsortiQ

ConsortiQ provides organisations with the outsourced or in-house infrastructure to capture and analyse data using unmanned vehicles, with an unrivalled worldwide ability to deliver the most challenging of projects, allowing our customers to focus on their core business. Our aim is to be the global leader in Integrated Drone Solutions.