Tracking ambulances
October 14th, 2006

DMeurope reports “the Health Services Executive (HSE), Ireland’s national health service, has teamed up with mobile operator O2 to track 50 ambulances across south eastern Ireland using 3G wireless technology, reports Silicon Republic.O2 is providing the HSE with its 3G data cards, which are plugged into an external drive on the PC on board each ambulance. This data card allows the ambulance to network wirelessly with the Regional Ambulance Control Centre, the Wexford-based headquarters for ambulance service in south eastern Ireland. It also connects all ambulances and checks the availability of local hospitals”.

HSE contracts O2 to track 50 ambulances wirelessly


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