WAS Assist systems always provide innovative developments to simplify the everyday work of rescuers, offer a higher comfort to patients and make sure a maximum safety and hygiene.
WAS Smart Check mobile – the mobile equipment monitor with RFID.
Emergency services now have full control of their equipment even during rescue operations. The WAS Smart Check mobile delivers real-time information on misplaced or lost resources, thus preventing valuable medical equipment from going missing, even on operation site. The system also provides detailed information on expiry dates and maintenance intervals. WAS Smart Check mobile can be used in manual or automatic mode. In automatic mode, the system is activated upon arrival of the ambulance on site. The system runs a vehicle check according to adjustable cycles. Alternatively, the system check can be run manually by pressing the start button on the tablet monitor in the vehicle, after finishing the rescue operation. Further to an inventory management, the system indicates the latest use of the equipment in the vehicle. This information narrows the search for any missing equipment and saves time. The system also uses passive RFID technology and is compatible with the stationary version. >Read more
All entrance doors and equipment doors close in a double rebate with two seals. The double rebate on the door and on the box wall ensures that the patient compartment has the best possible protection against external noise and moisture.
The overhead station gives you access to and an overview of all the important areas. It can optionally be equipped with switches, a display or touchscreen for central control and can include, in any combination:
With the use of various air-conditioning units, the air-conditioning in the vehicle can be adjusted to the right temperature for the wellbeing of the patient and crew. There are solutions with connection to the air-conditioning unit of the base vehicle, with an additional, independent system for the patient compartment or very special air-conditioning units for extreme climatic regions. It can be operated flexibly in the patient compartment and in the driver's compartment.
To guarantee maximum safety, our vehicles are subjected to various tests such as roll-over tests, crash tests and pull tests, and to approval to bodies such as the UTAC, VCA and TÜV.