Excelerate Technology: responding to the evolving communications needs of the emergency care sector
Monday, March 2, 2015
Customer driven solutions, fit for the futureAs the communications requirements of the emergency care sector evolve, we continue our commitment to our customers by investing heavily in new ways to support paramedics in the field, through the use of resilient data, video and voice solutions.With our continuous customer interactions and investment in R&D, we strive to make our solutions ever more effective and user friendly. Our solutions are carefully tailored to the needs of teams working within high risk, high-pressure ‘hot zone’ environments, enabling them to deploy and use our resilient communications technologies confidently and effectively.We have invested in a range of market leading communications solutions that have been developed with specific emergency responder requirements in mind, including:‘RapidNet LTE’—our new private LTE communications network can provide secure and reliable data video and voice (i.e. VoIP and VoLTE) communications via laptops, smartphones and other mobile devices at an incident when terrestrial 3G/4G networks are unavailable.‘Reflex’—our innovative, lightweight vehicle mounted satellite communications (‘pod’) solution designed with rapid response in mind. Reflex enables the user to manage critical situations more effectively by being able to access and share information in real time when first at the scene.New advancements have been made to our Digital Dashboard Management Interface (DDMI) with emergency responders in mind. DDMI, our easy to use operating interface, now includes the integration of physiological monitoring applications, so that paramedics can monitor the health of their teams as well as having the capability monitor patient vital signs at incidents.‘We are truly proud of the difference our solutions are making in emergency response and continue to push the boundaries of our technology for the benefit of our extraordinary customers'—Nicola Savage, sales and marketing director, Excelerate Technology Ltd.
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