How do we use digital to improve blue light services?
Collect eyewitness video, photos and sounds after a major incident.
Make emergency services for deaf people accessible linking internet & phone
How can we help patients get the right care @ the right time, in the right place
"As live" real time tweeting of an event (crime, drugs raid etc) as it happened.
Reply to every RT of a false or out-of-date rumour.
Coordinate public search efforts using smartphones, GPS and social networking
Find a way of blocking spambots appearing on popular hashtags on Twitter.
Could pop-up timebanks help people to help themselves recover from incidents?
Would fire or ambulance find it helpful to talk to a digital neighbourhood?
Despite the existing systems, how do we work together?
Enabling local policing officers to record location/photo of new graffiti tags
BlueLightCamp is for emergency responders and those who work with them. Add your unconference session ideas and/or hackathon ideas here for BLC13
This years BlueLightCamp is in two parts. An unconference on Sat 27 April where ideas will be shared, discussed and there will be opportunities to learn from others. On Sun 28 April we are running a first for BlueLight Services...a hackathon.
For both of these events, this Simpl.Co website is an opportunity for those that wish to suggest ideas for unconference sessions or ideas for the hackathon. If you can attend we would like you to pitch your ideas... If you can not attend please let us know and we will see if someone else will take up your challenge.
We are looking to sponsors to help provide prizes to the winning ideas that the judging panel award.
Further details of the event can be found on our website: www.bluelightcamp.org.uk