Aircraft, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and ships’ crew all require reliable intra-team voice communication. However, as Telemedicine and other high-bandwidth video missions become more prevalent, voice is not enough and higher throughput data communications are required. Much the same way that streaming video and data-intensive applications are driving the commercial market, Telemedicine is driving the need for higher data rates within the wireless intercom market.
AirMC™ fills the gap by providing high-bandwidth encrypted voice, video, and data to air, maritime, and emergency crews.
Telemedicine, which literally means “healing at a distance,” is signified by the use of telecommunications to improve patient outcomes by increasing access to care and medical information. Often, in the case of military conflict where front-line medics are dealing with serious trauma, timely access to critical care can be the difference between life and death. Outfitting helicopters, EMS, and other remote vehicles with Telemedicine-enabled communications capabilities like AirMC™ facilitates the direct connection between first responders and specialized medical professionals. The AirMC™ high-bandwidth intercom system allow remote diagnosis and treatment of time-critical injuries increasing the likelihood of a successful medical outcome.
SCIS developed the AirMC™ specifically to meet the needs of the U.S. Army & Navy’s Next Generation Encrypted Aircraft Wireless Intercom System (NG-EAWIS) – utilizing non-proprietary commercially-available technology that provides voice/video dissemination with increased mission life. By leveraging advances in open-software and waveform standards, the AirMC™ delivers a highly-capable solution with the lowest cost of development, fielding, and sustainment.