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Niveles de Alerta Antiterrorista en España. Nivel Actual 4 de 5.

Niveles de Alerta Antiterrorista en España. Nivel Actual 4 de 5.
Fuente Ministerio de Interior de España

lunes, 1 de mayo de 2017

Drone-Based Emergency Medical Rescue System Presented

Drone-Based Emergency Medical Rescue System Presented
Getting paramedics to a site of an injury can often be challenging if the stricken person is on top of a cliff, in a forest, or some other hard to reach place. Italo Subbarao, DO, senior associate dean at William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Guy Paul Cooper Jr., a med student at the college, and others, developed the new drone delivery system that can ferry emergency supplies and a communication system to allow nearby people to treat patients with help of remote physicians.
The system was demonstrated two days ago at the John Bell Airport in Bolton, Mississippi in front of the Governor of that state, as well as officials from the Federal government as well as from the United Nations.
The HiRO (Health Integrated Rescue Operations) drone system delivers a case that includes medical supplies as well as a cellular-connected Google Glass smart glasses. A person near the stricken patient is expected to put on the glasses, which send the video in front of them to a remote physician. The physician can then see what’s going on and lead the deputized civilian through the necessary treatment steps that utilize the supplies in the case.
The HiRO has so far been tried with two package types. One designed to treat a single person, while another meant for mass casualty events.
Check out this video that shows how the system is meant to work:

Dron Ambulancia "AirMule" capaz de trasladar dos pacientes. Israel

AirMule Ambulance Drone

Primer vuelo de un dron ambulancia capaz de cargar con dos personas

Recientemente el dron AirMule desarrollado por la empresa israelí Tactical Robotics completó su primer vuelo totalmente autónomo. El dron AirMule es capaz de transportar 450 kg de peso a 50 km de distancia.
Una de las aplicaciones previstas para el dron AirMule es la de ambulancia. Su capacidad de vuelo autónoma, sin tripulación, junto con tamaño compacto y pequeños rotores le permite volar y aterrizar a zonas donde los helicópteros no pueden llegar o donde resulta demasiado arriesgado. La capacidad de carga hace posible llevar equipamiento médico, de rescate o de soporte, y si es necesario traer de vuelta dos víctimas.
AirMule Prime Dron Ambulancia capaz de trasladar dos pacientes

On December 30, 2015, Israeli-made AirMule successfully completed its first autonomous, untethered flight at the Megiddo airfield in northern Israel. The AirMule is an unmmaned aerial system capable of lifting 1,000 pounds (450 kg) in weight and can carry its loads for 31 miles (50 km).