ConsortiQ, a global expert in drone training, consultancy and services will be attending the Emergency Services Show in Birmingham this week. The company is keen to share its knowledge of the business benefits of drones to the emergency services and first responder organisations. Representatives of ConsortiQ can be found at Stand W21, and leading aviation experts from the company will be giving talks throughout the event, which takes place on Wednesday and Thursday this week – 21-22 September.
With offices in the UK, USA, South Africa, and UAE, ConsortiQ has broad industry knowledge, gained from extensive experience in assisting its clients worldwide. ConsortiQ has helped many fire and rescue, police, and ambulance services learn how to implement drone technology, and has recently created a bespoke training solution specifically for search and rescue applications. Accredited with the Cyber Essentials security standard, ConsortiQ is proud to serve leading public sector businesses and hopes to further educate emergency response companies with the benefits that drone technology can give to them at The Emergency Services Show this week.
Will Coldwell, Commercial Director at ConsortiQ, said, “Being low cost, hyper mobile and incredibly agile solution, a drone, when used effectively, can be the perfect addition to any emergency services tool kit. We are already seeing many police, fire, and emergency medical response units adopt this technology, and we hope to inspire more at the emergency services trade show this September.”
Coldwell continued, “If you’re unsure of how they work, are still worried about the risks, or are looking for help in deploying a drone in your unit then we invite you to listen to our talks to learn more, or even better, come to our booth and speak to a member of our team at the up-coming event.”
Will Coldwell will be presenting his talk, ‘Regulations and Training Standards – what they are now and where they could go’ in the Drone Zone Theatre on 21 September at 14:15. This talk will cover the current regulations applicable to blue light services and the effects they are having on current operations, as well as the current training standards in the area and the possibilities of what unification of training standards could mean for the industry. He will be allowing for 30 minutes of Q&A time after the seminar, and looks forward to discussing this subject further.
Learn more about the global drone solutions providers, and get in touch to arrange a meeting at the show by heading online at https://consortiq.com/
The Emergency Services Show takes place at NEC Birmingham on 21-22 September 2016. Register at http://www.emergencyuk.com/
ConsortiQ is proud to feature in ‘Beyond Blue Lights’, a programme produced in partnership with the Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) and ITN Productions. Click on the video below to see ConsortiQ demonstrating its specialised CAA Approved training course to a UK fire and rescue service.