Today communities are exposed to increased hazards associated with industry, crime, and proximity to natural risks such as wildfires, earthquakes, flooding, and severe weather conditions. Increased exposure means emergency response requests are more frequent, complex, and dangerous. These demands for public safety require sophisticated, computerized systems to manage the volume of information needed for a safe and effective response by our law enforcement officers, fire fighters, and emergency medical personnel.
With enhanced capabilities, this solution can also be used as a Command and Control solution for Disaster Management.
It can interface with:
Thanks to today's advanced, easy-mechanized medical alarm devices such serious worries can be eliminated from the patient's minds and their loved ones can live with a relieved mindset too.
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the medical alert systems are a handy, convenient and reliable and you can communicate easily with the base station for help in cases of accidents and any type of attacks.
Pointing out that the current emergency response system in India was not appropriate, people call up emergency number, normally police helpline 100, only to get diverted to other departments, which delays response time. “Having a single emergency number will ensure that a person in distress does not gets diverted to other department or agency…the person manning the emergency number would take the call and then alert the department concerned, police, fire, medical or disaster management.
Today, there were separate emergency numbers and helplines in most states. For instance, for police a person dials 100 and 101 for fire emergency. Similarly, for medical emergency the helpline is 102 or 108 in many states. “We want to make the new emergency mechanism a hi-tech one where all calls would be registered in a computerized system that would track the geographic location of the caller and then alert the closest PCR, fire or ambulance fitted with GPS system to reduce response time. All this would have to be completed within a standard response time.”