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Prevas cooperates with Danish Ambu

Ambu have announced their next generation wireless resuscitation training manikins powered by embedded company Prevas technology.
The new Ambu Man Advanced ALS incorporates improved electronics and built-in software provided by Prevas.

“From the start, Ambu were very clear about the projects goals”, says Prevas Senior Project Manager Christian Ward, “they wanted a robust hardware & software platform that could deliver a unique and easy to use feature set that could be easily expanded with software upgrades well into the future. We utilized the latest mobile technologies running Prevas Industrial Linux (PIL) to create a powerful platform to run the Web App control and user interfaces. Indeed, the Web App browser interface enables training sessions to be controlled from any modern browser, without the need to download a dedicated app”.

The new range of wireless manikins can not only create their own WiFi networks, but several can communicate with each other. The manikins will be released for sale in June 2016.


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