The Polish Journal of Aviation Medicine, Bioengineering and Psychology

Kwartalnik Polskiego Towarzystwa Medycyny Lotniczej

2017, Volume 23, Issue 1


Mirosław DEREŃ1, Ryszard GROSSET2, Paweł POMASKI3, Marcin PIOTROWSKI3, Łukasz DZIUDA1
1Department of Flight Simulator Innovations, Military Institute of Aviation Medicine
2Main School of Fire Service
3Department of Simulator Studies and Aeromedical Training, Military Institute of Aviation Medicine

Autor korenspondencyjny: Mirosław DEREŃ; Department of Flight Simulator Innovations, Military Institute of Aviation Medicine; email: mderen@wiml.waw.pl

DOI: 10.13174/pjambp.19.06.2018.04

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Abstract: In the case of mass events in which the number of victims exceeds the rescue capability of qualified medical assistance units, emergency medical evacuation systems are created and developed for all the victims of an incident. The presented system is designed to support the process of evacuation and rescue of victims. It covers the following areas of technical solutions: the FT (FlagTag) victim tagging micro-module, the radio module and MESH network organization using unmanned aerial vehicles, the Q‑Find victim location module, as well as the data integrator software module. The authors described the functions and direction of development for the FT victim tagging micro-module.

The practical aim of the project was to develop technical solutions for contactless measurement of basic vital functions and spatial marking of victims of natural disasters, with the help of sensory elements and wireless data transmission using the MESH technology that also relies on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

It is the only such technological solution in Poland, on the basis of which it is possible to develop a fully functional system of evacuation and rescue with elements of monitoring of victims of major catastrophes or natural disasters.

Słowa kluczowe

biomedical electronics, blood saturation, rescue, MESH networks, biological parameters sensors, pulse