-- The Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, a unit within the U.S. Army Research and Materiel Command at Fort Detrick, Maryland, is sponsoring the research
-- The American Telemedicine Association is managing the project
-- Qualcomm, through its Wireless Reach initiative, is sponsoring the project and providing technical support and consultation.
B-roll and photos of this project are available and can be downloaded at: ftp://bmhkuserc5:firstname.lastname@example.org/sectionc5
Telemedicine technology holds promise for enhancing U.S.-based and
military trauma care systems by projecting world-class physicians when and
where they are needed. Data indicates that the robot is a useful and safe
tool in a civilian trauma setting. Leveraging the power of 3G wireless
broadband networks will significantly enhance access to the RP-7 robot and
bring about an even higher level of readiness to Miami's trauma system.
The Ryder Trauma Center at the
The Ryder Trauma Center is the only certified Level I trauma center in
South Florida for adults and children. The center
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