Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Services

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...

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In search and rescue operations, every second counts. A new Search and Rescue version of an unmanned aerial vehicle has been launched recently. The...
wearable sensor

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...
bluetooth chip

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...
FirstNet

Five public safety apps have been added by FirstNet (First Responders Network Authority) to its public communications platform. FirstNet is an independent authority within the...
smart city

Collisions between First Responders and civilian motorists are at an all-time high and the situation is worsening. Emerging smart city solutions are expected to...
Drone industry

Last Monday, October 15, iHLS’s AUS&R conference hosted a plethora of startups, organizations and individuals from the industry of Unmanned Systems. A unique addition...
urban airspace

The unique and interesting case of Poland’s drone industry and legislation will be presented at the coming AUS&R Conference and Exhibition by Mr. Dariusz...
casualty evacuation

AUS&R Conference and Exhibition on October 15, 2018 will present a wide array of applications for unmanned systems. Israeli-based Tactical Robotics (an Urban Aeronautics...

First responders, soldiers, hazard material teams, etc. need hand-free communications equipment in order to be able to concentrate more on their missions. The development...
augmented reality

While performing complicated medical procedures in war zones, natural disasters and rural areas, healthcare professionals experience a plethora of challenges. In order to tackle...
tracking

For the first time, the NEON Personnel Tracker Solution was used to track personnel within challenging indoor, underground, and urban GPS-denied environments at the...
drone ambulance

An innovative project could save lives. A self-piloting drone ambulance that could carry a single person for up to 150km at a maximum speed...

Medical emergencies for fans during sports events can quickly turn into life-or-death situations. Purdue University researchers have developed a technology to help police monitor...
emer

Some 80% of emergency 911 calls in the US are made from cellphones, and current technology relies on cell towers to give an approximation...

US Air Force is using new wearable medical technology which bring advanced deployed medical capabilities further forward on the battlefield. Researchers from Wright-Patterson Air Force...

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