Features schedule

 

Next-generation NVIS - How are the latest innovations overcoming the limitations of previous generations of goggle?

Communications Equipment – what are the options? - There are a number of different ways in which helicopter personnel can communicate with each other and with ground-based team members: Aviation Cell Phones, Satellite Phones, Aviation Internet, Networks, Data Transfer Air to Ground, Transponders, Microwave Technology. What’s the right one for your business and its operating environment?

Cyber security – transferring patient information securely between medical providers (inter-hospital transfers, international air ambulance transfers)

Police Special Feature: Interiors How are police helicopters adapted for medical care?

Unique approaches by police – powered parachutes, flying motorbikes

Treating gunshot wound victims – do approaches differ internationally?

Keeping current – what are the legal requirements in different countries for a flight paramedic to keep current with hospital work, and should international insurers making use of air ambulance companies ask for proof of currency?

Surf-based rescue - Australia, California, South Africa, Hawaii – Talking to providers of rescue services about how they approach getting someone out the water in high seas, for example during a surfing competition, where waves are normally at their most extreme (dude).

Smaller, lighter, faster - How helicopters, avionics, interiors and medical equipment is being updated for use in the 21st Century.

Simulation training, used in conjunction with real-life training - is using a combination of the two the only way to achieve great training results?

Crew kit - what is carried onboard the helicopter to save lives in an emergency situation, and how can the kit worn by crew contribute to a safer flight environment?