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Taking place at the NEC Birmingham on September 21/22, this years’ Emergency Services Show is set to be the biggest yet. It will introduce new areas of focus including the First Responder theatre, which aims to strengthen the relationship between the emergency services and security sectors

TRANFORMING CT IN THE EMERGENCY SERVICES The Emergency Services Show will once again bring together those engaged in engaged in emergency response, public safety, counter-terror and civil contingency with their partners and suppliers. Visitors get the opportunity to explore how advances in technology and equipment are transforming emergency response for the blue light services and are able to see and handle the latest equipment, share experiences and exchange best practice. Free to attend at the NEC, Birmingham on 21 and 22 September, this year’s event set is to be the biggest yet with more than 450 exhibitors and an expanded floorplan. CPD-ACCREDITED SEMINARS Learning opportunities on offer throughout show include a packed programme of CPD-accredited seminars across five theatres. These cover Future Policing, Emerging Technologies, First Responders,

Lessons Learnt and Health & Wellbeing. New technology on display will include connected and smart vehicles, satellite communications, secure connectivity, GIS and mapping technologies, UAVs/drones, ruggedised mobile computers, tablets and phones, data management and security, wearable tech, body-worn cameras, and other video capture systems, as well as the latest hybrid and electric vehicles. Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in the technology and experience how these solutions can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operational response. Other innovations on show will include the latest protective fabrics, medical equipment, rescue tools and CBRN equipment. THE FIRST RESPONDER THEATRE New for 2022, the First Responder Theatre aims to improve the collaboration between E