E.M.S. Is a Medical Mobile Application coming soon to all Mobile devices . The mobile application will blend Face Time technology with 911 services.
FACT: Approximately 65 percent of the population are visual learners.
FACT: The brain processes visual information 60,000 faster than text.
FACT: 90 percent of information that comes to the brain is visual.
FACT: 40 percent of all nerve fibers connected to the brain are linked to the retina.
(S, Kydiam. "Statistics of Visual Learners" Study Mode. 11 2012. 11 2012 .)
Impact of Facetime!
Facetime has positioned itself as the "game-changer" for the video-communication industry.
Apple best-understands the visual aspect of communication.
Facetime is simple, easy, and it works!
FACT: It is estimated that 70 percent of 911 calls were placed by mobile phones and that number is significantly increasing.
FACT: For many Americans, the ability to call 911 for help in an emergency is one of the main reasons they own a cell phone.
FACT: Of the roughly 190 million 911 calls made last year, or 500,000 each day, 50 million originated from wireless phones. Based on U.S. Census estimates, this data shows that one call to 911 is placed for every two U.S. residents. (Source: Report Card to the Nation: The Effectiveness, Accessibility and Future of America's 911 Service, National Emergency Number Association, 2001).
Impact of 9-1-1
Self-Explanatory. The impact could be the difference between life and death depending on the nature of the emergency.
Facetime meets EMS!(emergency medical service)
Connectivity is the key to effective and efficient public safety communications. Since the advent of 9-1-1 systems and services a generation ago,rapid and reliable response to emergencies has been possible because of the ability to connect citizens with public safety resources. Next Generation 9-1-1 technologies enable improved connectivity between public safety agencies and increasingly mobile, digital and wireless citizens. With the ubiquity of personal, portable communications tools in all forms, 9-1-1 agencies are faced with the necessity to build the capacity to respond using those same technologies.
Video-stream with Emergency Medical Personnel(Facetime Technology)
Up-to 5 emergency contacts notified by generic text
2-way GPS locater
Video streaming over WIFI or 3g/4g
Auto-Forwarding of Personal/Medical information(Pre-entered by user)
Video Recording Capability for Evidence(All video recordings uploaded directly to secure icloud, not phones!)
An app with these capabilities could have the potential to make an incredible impact. The average caller might not be able to convey exactly what they see, but with a photo or video available, it will improve the accuracy of information being relayed by the caller. More information can be essential in the triage of the call, as well as provide better clarity, and easier processing of the call. With this information, call processing is more efficient, providing better customer service to callers. Call receivers have the knowledge of what dispatch needs, and being able to view pictures or videos will provide greater solvability, without having to rely on the caller’s memory or perception for information. Calls will be processed more accurately and will provide improved credibility with dispatch and responders.
EmergencAid will be available as a Decentralized application. The mobile emergency application will blend VOIP technology with emergency services.
The E.M.S. App is currently in conceptual stage only and is not yet available nor have any attempts been made to develop the app. We are currently seeking the permission, guidance, and support of the FCC and other Federal officials/Agencies while also Loo
Demand Next generation 9-1-1. Blend Facetime technology with 911 services.