A prospective study was conducted to determine if emergency vehicle driver risk behavior could be improved with an onboard computer-monitoring device, with real time auditory feedback.
Usually 4-5 cameras and DVR are installed in Emergency Medical Service vehicles, and in-vehilce 4G router is used to transmit real-time video and audio to emergency center. The center will track the vehicles’ location and situation, also doctors in the center can monitor the first aid process.
It will improve the management and dispatch of the EMS vehicles, improve the ability to quickly and accurately handle emergencies; shorten the corresponding time for rescuing and improve the city's emergency response capability; complete video files, increase the transparency of first-aid behaviors, and clarify the responsibility relationship; Restricted by geography and network, real-time remote control of the whole process of first aid; strengthen the organization, coordination and management of on-site disposal of mass incidents; prevent safety accidents, improve the hidden danger forecast function of vehicles; effectively standardize the workflow of medical personnel and improve supervision ability; Advanced transmission mode to reduce operating costs.
Why choose Meizo In-vehicle 4G Router in the project?
Industrial grade design, CPU using Broadcom chipset
DC7-36V power input, passed car power tests
APN, VPDN, VPN protocol supported
Integrated with WAN, LAN, WIFI, Serial services
Working well under -40~+80℃
Widely used in Mobile Surveillance, Remote Control systems
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