An excellent first day at the Security and Policing Home Office Event in Farnborough, usefully engaging with 8 different companies.
Strategic Effect Limited will be visiting the Security and Policing Exhibition in Farnborough 14 to 16 March. This event jointly managed by the Home Office and ADS is the premier security and policing event of the year and a must attend for exhibitors in this field.
Oceanic Subsea Exploration Ltd. has asked Strategic Effect to take on the challenge of writing a complex and innovative business case for investment in their plan to grow a fleet capability in order to collect (not mining) minerals and rare earth metals from the deep ocean sea bed. Supply of these elements is essential in the transition to green energy and becoming carbon neutral.
Building on considerable success at the Security & Policing Exhibition, Strategic Effect is assisting ESL in their bid to “Innovate UK”. ESL has developed “EMCare”, a technical solution to closely monitor the health of residents in care facilities and those in domiciliary care, allowing more distancing for the staff and nurses who visit, whilst triggering immediate medical assistance at an early stage in order to save life.
Aquila Learning is now leading the field in Defence Aviation Training Management with the ALaRMS System, building a very successful track record with the new RAF fleet of P8 Maritime Surveillance Aircraft. This in turn is creating the conditions for adoption of the system as across the whole RAF.
Strategic Effect and ESL have proposed a hi tech solution to meet the needs of tracking and crisis management for the Mid and South West Wales Fire Service. The proposal has an application across all fire & rescue services and other first responders, enabling better situational awareness and command at all levels.
Strategic Effect Ltd. is working with ESL Space & Defence to provide the UK Defence Accelerator with a solution for tracking and accounting for personnel embarked on the Royal Navy’s Queen Elizabeth Class carriers.
Paul Edwards ran the length of the Hadrian’s Wall Trail (93 miles/150 Km GPS recorded) in the UK to raise funds urgently needed by the Museum of Army Flying (Charity number 297897). Paul’s son ran with him and his two daughters operated a support vehicle kindly provided by Westover Jaguar Land Rover (now Hendys).
The run took place 10-13 September 2018 and donations totalled £6,000 helping to enable the Museum to redevelop and rebrand as the Army Flying Museum (AFM) from 01 April 2019.