Efficient tool for handling emergency incidents
The RFID system is an efficient tool for handling emergency incidents at airports. The system has multiple functions, including providing hospital diversion, patient transportation, and other support. In the event of an incident, the system can instantly view the location on site to quickly dispatch rescue teams.
One of the main functions of the ASU RFID system is to provide hospital diversion. When a major incident occurs at an airport, patients need to be quickly transported to a hospital for treatment. The ASU RFID system can determine nearby hospitals by instantly viewing the location on site and divert patients to the appropriate hospital to alleviate the burden on local hospitals.
In addition, the RFID system can quickly confirm the severity of a patient's injuries and select the appropriate medical and transportation methods to ensure timely treatment.
The system uses RFID, scan function and cloud technologies, etc. to help airlines contact different departments more quickly.
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Locate the rescue team and the rescued, thereby improving rescue efficiency and accuracy.
Identify rescued persons and rescue team members, thus ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of rescue operations.
Monitor the status and location of the rescued, so as to grasp their situation in time and provide more information for rescue operations.
Track the moving route of the rescued person and the action route of the rescue team, so as to better coordinate and direct the rescue operation.
- Select a different button in the function.
- To discover Bluetooth-enabled devices nearby choose the device.
- Can key in the ambulance plate number, and choose the hospital identifier.
- Ascertain the severity of the casualty and triage the casualty to the appropriate hospital.