Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Services

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Aerial systems can perform large scale evacuation in cases where rescuing many patients and survivors and swiftly bringing them to medical installations is required....
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A provider of physical security intelligence and access control technology has recently announced the debut of its command and control center that helps pave...
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Early warning of floods can supply first responders with the critical time needed for the mitigation of the disaster. The US Department of Homeland...
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At times of disaster, first responder agencies have to operate in effective coordination and maintain communication channels in order to cope with the complex...
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Recently, the Hillsborough River in Florida was flowing at more than 3,020 cubic feet per second, with the river’s surface being at 31.48 feet...
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Fires constitute one of the most extreme dangers to human lives and property. When every second counts, the response is conditioned on mobility and...
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By Arie Egozi During the last several years, I have been claiming here that the Israeli home front was not prepared for emergency situations vis...
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School safety is extremely imperative nowadays, considering the amount of school shootings that have occurred in the United States, killing and ruining many young...
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ESRI is the Microsoft of the geographic information realm. The company supplies the GIS mapping platform -  a pivotal tool for building geographical command...

Locating employees quickly in vast workplaces such as hotels is key to preventing or minimizing incidents. Locating 911 callers ensures that they get help...
location detection

Emergency call centers sometimes find it hard to accurately locate an address when a person uses a cellphone to dial 911. For years, the...
task force

US authorities have established a joint task force to make diagnostic tests more rapidly available, recognizing the potential for public health emergencies to be...
location platform

Sometimes, rescuing efforts of people lost in an unaccessible area or having a seizure are hampered by non-accurate enough location information. A new system...

By Arie Egozi    Global warming and climate change will cause the economy to lose billions of dollars by the end of the century, according...

In search and rescue operations, every second counts. A new Search and Rescue version of an unmanned aerial vehicle has been launched recently. The...
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When mass casualty incidents like shootings, earthquakes, or multiple car pile-ups, first responders can easily be overwhelmed by the sheer number of victims. When...

Firefighters, law enforcement officers and other first responders have to be constantly connected. Legacy communication systems or smartphones are not always the right and...
big data

Ground-breaking research recently used big data analysis and machine learning to develop a model in order to predict the development of pressure injuries among...
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Wireless access points can come in many forms, such as a router or an internet of things device. If a hacker gains access to...
drone

In order to protect drones from collision impact, researchers from Imperial College London Aerial Robotics Lab designed a shield inspired by the art of...

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