System design is flexible and can accommodate a number of configurations. The configuration depicted here is typical components for an Ambulance vehicle.
Stretcher loader with optional loading assistance which extends to the rear of the vehicle. Patients are loaded on to the loader outside the vehicle and then swivelled into the vehicle. The stretcher loader is securely fixed to the vehicle during transport.
Provides for Data and Voice communication. Consisting of an intercom and radios. The radios can comprise of VHF and HF radios, short and long range. Intercom can be complimented with portable stations.
Electronic controlled power distribution allows control and monitoring over the power supply and distribution. Status can be monitored at the BMS Computer.
Modular Ethernet connections between components of the Vehicle Electronic Architecture. CANbus link to consolidate the System health and usage information.
Medical kit and accessories
The following items can be supplied as part of the system:
- Improved NATO 2342 medical kit
- Patient monitor, ventilator and defibrillator unit
- Oxygen system
- Suction unit
- NATO stretcher
- Combi carrier
- Waste disposal storage
- Spot lights
- Modular mounting frames
BMS and Mortar Fire Control Software
Basic BMS capabilities can be provided as part of the system for optimal integration with a larger organisation:
- System setup
- System status and configuration
- Mission planning
- Incident response and management
- Mission tasking and reporting
- Blue force tracking
- Situational awareness by means of map based information
- War-diary, recording, consolidation and feedback