This technology pertains to the use of geospatial surveillance systems to provide information to EMS officials, such as vitals and other health information. This would allow EMS to already have information about the patient upon arrival, and localized sensors could be attached at the time of reaching the patient, such that the localized sensors have a greater amount of accuracy. The geospatial EMS surveillance system could provide details of the amount of pain the patient is experiencing, physically and emotionally as separate indicators, and have the ability to monitor brain activities and identify what the patient is thinking and how the thought patterns compare to normal patterns of thoughts of that patient.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Dispatch Services (DS)