Dubai Ambulance Foundation has unveiled a future Ford Transit , one of the most advanced ambulances, during its participation in the Arab Health Exhibition and Conference which concluded last week.
The Foundation has developed the Ambulance of the future as part of a project within the “Dubai 10 X” initiative, and was equipped by the US emergency vehicles group, which was equipped with the latest safety equipment and patient care from Verno-Washington and information and communication systems of Verno “He said.
And Dubai 10X is an initiative launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, in which all government agencies in Dubai are required to apply what will be applied by other cities of the world ten years later. Innovative, experiential and forward-thinking thinking.
The future ambulance combines state-of-the-art innovations in patient care, passenger safety, communication technology, integration and diagnostics, and the CEO of Khalifa Healthcare Corporation, Khalifa Hassan Al Dari, pointed out Ford Transit’s capabilities as an ideal choice because of its design capability and ability to deliver the advanced features the organization is looking for.
And Ford teamed up with “Verno” and “US emergency vehicles group” for the industry ‘s most advanced in the world ambulance through providing them with the latest medical technology and the potential of communication and the advantages of cars at once.
While the car is equipped with the best installation systems for the patient and paramedics, and the processing of the interior cabin with the systems installed on the wall of the car, which can be moved quickly and easily thanks to practical installation belts, but the real strength lies in the diverse features and various areas provided by the ambulance transit.
The vehicle’s advanced information module draws information from the navigation system and integrates it with the vehicle data coming from the on-board diagnostic system to show information on three touch screens, one in the driver’s compartment and two in the rear.
“We are living in an era where everything depends on the data, and it is about inductive analysis and how we benefit from it,” said Eric Gallagher, chief executive of Verno Acetec. “The whole thing is about the expectations of the fleet of ambulances and what to do from a single point.”
The automotive and health care sectors are witnessing a continuous and rapid development as the technology revolution has made a quantum leap in all areas in recent years. Hence, the importance of future ambulances related to hospitals, supervision centers and other emergency services in the region, to establish a more effective and safe emergency system.
Ford has accelerated its work with connected and intelligent cars, including autos, electric cars and digital services, to thrive in an efficient and sophisticated transmission system. Ford is testing its new hybrid electric hybrid vehicle in London and Germany to explore the ability of hybrid electric vehicles to contribute to reducing Air pollution and improved productivity.
“For more than 50 years, companies have relied on Ford Transit for their business, and we intend to maintain this tradition as we move to a future of higher communication,” said Terry Reiner, Commercial Vehicle Manager, Ford Middle East and Africa. “We look forward to working closely with our partners and customers to launch a new generation of emergency vehicles in the region.”