Vital Mote Sensors
intelligent triage tags, wireless vital signs sensors, and location sensors
VitalMote is wearable device that is worn on the patient’s wrist or neck.
It monitors patients triage status, vital signs, and location in both indoor and
outdoor environments. VitalMote devices connects to a base station over an
ad-hoc mesh network.
patient monitoring and reporting software suite
usb transceiver is plugged into a laptop to communicate with the patients'
VitalMotes. This transceiver can plug-and-play with any USB compatible device –
such as a laptop, tablet PC, or PDA. A VitalMote software suite runs on the
laptop: its capabilities include vital signs monitoring, map-based patient tracking,
and pre-hospital patient care reporting.
web based information center sharing critical information on incidents and patients
Our web-based information portal allows different types of users to access the incident
and patient information in real-time. Our current demo has the following types of users:
syndromic surveillence incident reporting
A Surveillance and Incident Reporting PDA (SIRP) is a handheld unit for medical
field personnel to collect and report clinical information on sick or injured people
during large public events.
video telementoring to facilitate triage and treatment
To assist responders in treating a medically-diverse group of patients, we propose
that medical experts outside of the affected region mentor the first responders
in the patients’ treatment until the patients could be transported to a higher level
service oriented architecture
Service oriented architecture
enables integration with Michaels ambulance triage system, ESSENCE disease surveillance system and WISER hazmat PDA