“Paramedics try out Google Glass in ambulances”
About: Article about the potential of Google Glass’ to allow paramedics to transmit live video and audio from an ambulance to a doctor in an emergency room. This will give the paramedics an extra pair of eyes to help the ambulance staff with diagnosis support and treatment that can be done in the ambulance. This is much cheaper and portable than other videoconferencing equipments.
Publication date: 2014-08-12
“Government plans to put calls by emergency services on mobile networks”
About: Article about the fact that the UK government wants to put emergency calls on the same mobile network as the public (new 4G technology). They believe that this new faster network could be used to stream videos live from the ambulance to inform the doctors in the hospital and get diagnosis support early on.
Publication date: 2014-03-09
About: Website about the Danish company Incendium which provides secure live video streaming that can be used in the ambulance or at the scene of an emergency to communicate with the hospital.
About: Website about the GoodSAM app which provides the ability for emergency callers to share live video from their mobile on the scene. This can be viewed in the ambulance and thereby the staff can assess the scene before they arrive.
“Kameror på ambulanser ska filma olycksplatser”
Om: Radioreportage om att kameror ska placeras på ambulansers tak för att möjliggöra live streaming till sjukhus vid stora olyckor. Med hjälp av detta kommer sjukhuspersonal kunna förbereda sig och utvärdera omfånget av olyckan, t.ex. en stor bilolycka, och sedan planera för hur många patienter som kan komma in till sjukhuset.
About: Radio coverage about cameras being placed on ambulances’ roof in Sweden to be able to live stream to the hospital from a big accident. In this way hospital staff will be able to assess the extent of the accident for example a major car crash, and then plan for how many injured people that might be coming in.
Publication date: 2014-12-23
“Evaluation Of CPR Quality Via Smartphone With A Video Livestream – A Study In A Metropolitan Area”
About: A study performed in 2018 in Cologne where it was examined if video livestreaming from a smartphone (the caller’s) to the EMS dispatcher could improve the quality of CPR.
Publication date: 2019-12-14
“Å flytte sykehus i stedet for pasient”
About: Article about the need, for ambulances, of a robust, stable and secure connection to other health services in Norway. With aid from Hälsa Midt-Norge this will be realised to move the hospital to the patient and not the other way around. This communication solution will be implemented in new cars and this will enable video streaming and other prehospital services.
Publication date: 2021-03-12
“Videoløsning nå også tilgjengelig for legebilen”
About: Article about a project that started with enabling video when you call 113 (emergency call in Norway). The result has been good and therefore it has now been implemented in the ambulance as the emergency call responders can pass on the video call to the paramedics. This has enabled the ambulance staff to see the video from the scene they are headed to, to prepare better.
Publication date: 2022-01-14
“‘Game-changing’ app allows air ambulance services to view patients”
About: Article about how using the GoodSAM App’s new feature “Instant on the scene” has enabled ambulance staff to video stream what is going on on the scene when they are on their way to an emergency scene. A caller receives a link which enables the video streaming and in this way the staff can assess how much resources that are needed and for example see how many people that are injured and so on. Read more about the app on https://www.goodsamapp.org/.
Publication date: 2018-05-14
“Video triage system developed by Kingston University”
About: Article about a new 5G-enabled system that will provide in-hospital doctors with live video streaming from the ambulance. In this way they can give diagnosis support to the ambulance crew and prepare for the incoming patient. The project is developed by Kingston University in London and Internet of Things company.
Publication date: 2019-01-30