20th August 2019
Remote assistance product of EIT Health Innovation Project RAMSES has been tested in Germany
EmergencyEye®, a product resulting from the EIT Health Innovation Project RAMSES, helps emergency dispatchers to obtain remotely vital information about patients, even before the ambulance arrives.
This innovation will be on display at the PMRExpo in Cologne, Germany, which is the leading European trade fair for secure communication and will run 27-29 November.
EmergencyEye® has had great success so-far, and a real impact, as it is being used in the dispatcher center in Neuss, Germany.
EmergencyEye® provides dispatchers with the opportunity for remote access to the bystander’s smartphone infrastructure, generating video, visual, geo-locational and vital-sensoric data in a secure and reliable format.
This will give dispatchers the ability to make more accurate diagnoses, coupled with clear and appropriate guidance. This interchange rests on cutting-edge technology that will provide the emergency professionals with full control over the flow of information. EmergencyEye® is the main output of the RAMSES Innovation Project.
EmergencyEye will be on display in Stand F17 of the PMRExpo. Now in its 18th year, the PMRExpo is held in the Cologne’s large exhibition space, Koelnmesse, from 27 to 29 November 2018. The international trade fair is supplemented with an extensive lecture programme.
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