News | December 05, 2007

Wireless System Connects Ambulances With Hospitals

December 6, 2007 - In Motion Technology, an in vehicle area network for public safety organizations, recently said the Guilford County EMS (GCEMS) in North Carolina deployed the onBoard Mobile Gateway and onBoard Mobility Manager in nearly 40 vehicles, and has achieved improvements in medical emergency operations, response times and communications for the residents of Greensboro, High Point and the surrounding areas.

The Gateway also enables electronic information in the ambulance to be communicated seamlessly and reliably to an operations center or hospital. GCEMS uses the Gateway to transmit patient data from laptops, cardiac monitors and other devices at the incident scene and while in transit.

The In Motion onBoard Mobile Gateway wireless system turns vehicles into secure local area networks that sense and select the best available wireless network, enabling emergency medical technicians to access and disseminate information from the field. The onBoard Mobility Manager monitors the vehicle location and health of the mobile network, helping public safety organizations improve response times.

For more information: www.inmotiontechnology.com

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