techUK is hosting this event in partnership with the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) and industry together, to discuss and better understand the opportunities for development of CAD/ICCs solutions.

A number of fire and rescue services are looking to go out to market for new solutions within the next 24 months and there is a desire to have more standardised system and data specifications, T&Cs and genuine collaboration.


  • Improved and closer relationship between the FRS sector and suppliers to collectively drive innovation.
  • Increase sector situational awareness and understanding.
  • Greater levels of efficiency, intelligence and consistency of fire service control rooms.
  • Allow future technology to be more easily and more efficiently implemented across the sector.
  • To understand the art of the possible.

Prompt Questions

  • What are the opportunities in the short term, 1-2 years, to support suppliers and the sector as many services go out for CAD, ICCS and other systems and services?
  •  What are the opportunities in the long term, 2-3 years, to change the supplier/sector relationship for future systems and technology
  • Where should fire and rescue be focussing its investment, both in terms of:
  1. Ability to harness the technology
  2.  Skills required in the sector
  • How has industry engaged with other sectors and what things are being done to keep pace with or exploit AI?
  • What does the fire and rescue sector need to provide industry in order for industry to develop safe, secure, and reliable products and services for fire and rescue to consume?
  • How does NFCC’s DDaT function support these developments?
  • What can fire and rescue learn from other sectors?
Georgie Morgan

Georgie Morgan

Head of Justice and Emergency Services, techUK

Georgie joined techUK as the Justice and Emergency Services (JES) Programme Manager in March 2020, then becoming Head of Programme in January 2022.

Georgie leads techUK's engagement and activity across our blue light and criminal justice services, engaging with industry and stakeholders to unlock innovation, problem solve, future gaze and highlight the vital role technology plays in the delivery of critical public safety and justice services. The JES programme represents suppliers by creating a voice for those who are selling or looking to break into and navigate the blue light and criminal justice markets.

Prior to joining techUK, Georgie spent 4 and a half years managing a Business Crime Reduction Partnership (BCRP) in Westminster. She worked closely with the Metropolitan Police and London borough councils to prevent and reduce the impact of crime on the business community. Her work ranged from the impact of low-level street crime and anti-social behaviour on the borough, to critical incidents and violent crime.

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Cinzia Miatto

Cinzia Miatto

Programme Manager - Justice & Emergency Services, techUK

Cinzia joined techUK in August 2023 as the Justice and Emergency Services (JES) Programme Manager.

The JES programme represents suppliers, championing their interests in the blue light and criminal justice markets, whether they are established entities or newcomers seeking to establish their presence.

Prior to join techUK, Cinzia held positions within the third and public sectors, managing international and multi-disciplinary projects and funding initiatives. Cinzia has a double MA degree in European Studies from the University of Göttingen (Germany) and the University of Udine (Italy), with a focus on politics and international relations.

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Ella Gago-Brookes

Team Assistant, Markets, techUK

Ella joined techUK in November 2023 as a Markets Team Assistant, supporting the Justice and Emergency Services, Central Government and Financial Services Programmes.  

Before joining the team, she was working at the Magistrates' Courts in legal administration and graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2022.  Ella attained an undergraduate degree in History and Politics, and a master's degree in International Relations and Security Studies, with a particular interest in studying asylum rights and gendered violence.  

In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym, watching true crime documentaries, travelling, and making her best attempts to become a better cook.  

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