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Sports Grounds Safety Authority

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: sgsa.org.uk

Contact: info@sgsamail.org.uk

The SGSA helps host cities, sporting federations and individual venue owners maximise the benefits of live sport and deliver successful events. We do this by offering strategic advice on safety and security. This advice comes from thirty years’ regulatory experience in improving the safety of live sport and being the authors of internationally-recognised best practice on stadium design and usage. We are uniquely placed to help address concerns around venue safety.

 

SRSRM

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: https://www.linkedin.com/company/srsrm-ltd/

Contact: markc@srsrm.co.uk

The core competencies of SRSRM are resilience assurance, security risk management and operational decision support. Our two principals bring close to 80 years experience consulting to governments and businesses in the areas of security, investigations and resilience.

From the perspective of major events and crowded spaces we draw on staffand associates with experience of securing UK Party Conferences, Athens and London Olympics, Glasgow 2014 and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth games, the Edinburgh Tattoo and the Royal Tournament.

 

Adversary behaviour modelling: Working with a leading applied psychologist, we model crowded places identifying how where and when an adversary might behave, informing your staff, systems and plans.

Human terrain modelling. On-line, we model how candidates or employees might be identifiable and vulnerable to targeting.

Community resilience on social media. We monitor sentiment around your community, event or your brand, helping you to understand localopportunities and risks. We can draw  on world class creative agencies to help shape your security and resilience narrative.

• Emergency Planning. We help you rehearse your response plans in a safe space.
• Infrastructure security and resilience: We can model and secure the public transport, public utilities and telecommunications systems needed to sustain your event using CPNI methodology.

 

Our recent work includes:
-Behavioural profiling to help protect crowded spaces, drawing on lessons from recent events
-Security assurance advice to small businesses seeking to meet government security standards.

During 2019 and 2020 SRSRM continues to support the work of the Security
Institute and the Emergency Planning Society.

Taylor Bridges

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: www.taylorbridgesconsultancy.com/

Contact: info@taylorbridgesconsultancy.com

Taylor Bridges/Safe and Trained are the experts at helping companies to prevent and manage major incidences in the workplace – no matter the industry. We offer niche training & consultancy that will cover any safety, security, compliance or traffic management related needs.

 

Ticketmaster Sport

Category: Event Services and Fan Engagement

Website: www.ticketmastersport.com/

Contact: https://www.ticketmastersport.com/contact

Trusted by the biggest to deliver the best. From the first click, to kick-off, we deliver exceptional experiences for sports fans across the globe.

UtterBerry

Category: Overlay and Infrastructure

Website: www.utterberry.com

Contact: felix.woodward@utterberry.com

UtterBerry is a provider of Artificially Intelligent wireless smart sensor systems for infrastructure monitoring and the development of Smart Cities. Its patented technology has been used in a variety of major national infrastructure projects including London’s Crossrail and Thames Tideway. Its customers include Network Rail, London Underground, Thames Water, Laing O’Rourke, Costain, BAM and BFK. UtterBerry’s electronics technology is also used to create Smart IoT devices.
 
The company was founded by Heba Bevan in 2013 as a spin-out from Cambridge University. It is based in London, where it designs and develops its own hardware and software technologies. Its Smart sensors are all manufactured within the UK and exported throughout the World.
 
The UtterBerry System consists of a collection of miniature, artificially intelligent, ultra-low power sensors. These wireless sensors self-calibrate to form a mesh network and relay data between each other, working as a family of sensors in any particular area. They do not require line of sight between each other. For real-time remote access to the sensor data, the sensors are supported by a Base Station providing connectivity to the Internet or Local Network. Specifically designed for Smart Infrastructure, this miniature ultra-low power wireless technology provides intelligent Big Data with unrivalled precision.
 
Additionally, the patented in-built artificial intelligence and machine learning capability enables the UtterBerry System to form the core technology required to build Smart Cities and IoT infrastructure . Our work has been recognised with multiple engineering awards and widely acknowledged in the press.

Vaylia ®

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: www.vaylia.com/

Contact: info@vaylia.com

Vaylia protect permanent and temporary perimeters with secure physical and electronic measures such as:

  • Fences & Gates
  • Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM)
  • CCTV and video analytics
  • Radar and detection systems
  • Electric fences
  • Street furniture and planters

Many of the products we offer have been tested to rigorous government and international standards and many are ‘Secured by Design’ - the Official Police Security Initiative.

Our employees have worked on protecting some of the most high-profile events, including:

  • London 2012
  • Glasgow 2014
  • G8 2013
  • UK Party Conferences

Being independent contractors and specifiers, we can offer a wide range of products to suit a project, not tied to any single manufacturer.

Our team’s vast experience means we can offer a turn-key solution which is fit-for-purpose, cost-effective, delivered on time and which meets the requirements of the all stakeholders.