Using 5G to power Smart Ambulances

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In an emergency situation, better and faster exchange of real time health information will be possible supporting new ways of working like ambulance remote diagnosis and tele-consultation.

The delivery methods of care will expand as things like 5G enabled ambulances play a bigger role in providing connected care for patients. Connecting through a high-speed, low latency network, using real-time video feeds, clinicians  will have the opportunity to assess patients at the scene or in transit. They can then quickly transmit data enabling more timely and ultimately, more lifesaving decision making.

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