FULL LIST OF EMERGE2015 RESULTS
SensorSphere technology for emergency scene safety to launch in May–
The robotic ball is equipped with a high-definition camera and environmental monitoring sensors to remotely gather information about a scene
Pivothead eyewear lets emergency responders broadcast real-time incident video–
The network-connected glasses have an integrated camera for shooting video and photos
Neumitra presents smartwatch to measure and mitigate responder stress–
The technology measures stress levels in real time and helps prevent further stress
MindTalk introduces bone-conduction technology for rescue communications–
The patent-pending bone conduction technology would allow emergency responders to literally 'listen through their bones'
1st Minute app removes language barrier between medics and patients–
The app aims to eliminate the language barrier between emergency responders and patients
Cyber Timez introduces locator for firefighter and medic safety–
The wearable technology tracks and reports the location of responders without the need of radio or communications
EMS1 Top 5
- Should ambulance crews be allowed to carry weapons?
- EMTs: Don't just do something, stand there
- Quiz: How accurately can you triage 10 MCI patients?
- Suit: Ambulance company denied rest breaks to paramedics, EMTs
- Paramedics revive 9-year-old boy hit by line drive