How many cameras make up the Max Life system?
Four cameras typically make up the Max Life telemedicine system. 1) A overhead fisheye, 360 or 180 degree camera. 2) A forward facing dash cam giving a driver's perspective view. 3) A high quality webcam situated on the touchscreen monitor, viewing patient & paramedic. 4) The most versatile of all the cameras, the Max Life eXAMcam. This handheld camera can be positioned to view up close or overall view with a autofocusing lens. The high quality IP camera can use the light function to better view eyes, ears, throat or nose. Also equipped with the snapshot button to save high quality images desired. Additional cameras can be added to the system if needed. Such as, an overhead PTZ, which can be controlled remotely by physicians while an ambulance is in transit. Also exterior cameras can be added to a vehicle to get full range of viewing of the surrounding area around the vehicle. This creates a "bubble" of live streaming & recording video of the entire vehicle.
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How does connectivity of Max Life system work?
Connectivity of the Max Life system is made through a cellular connection, an advanced antennae, and high quality software. A connection can be made even in low signal strengths, as low as 2G signals. Most systems can't maintain a connection with low bandwidths, however the Max Life system can!
What is the basic function of the Max Life Advanced Telemedicine System?
The Max Life system is a cellular, streaming connection, using advanced hardware systems, which allows live streaming of video, audio, and diagnostic devices, from an ambulance or patient's home, to a hospital, clinic, or other remote location. A call can be made from an ambulance, while in transit with a patient, to a hospital, where doctors, nurses, or specialists can receive the call to see, hear, and aid in diagnosing the patient, real time with paramedics. Devices such as stethoscopes, otoscopes, ekg, ultra sound, exam cameras, and overhead cameras, are all streaming live data, sound and/or views to doctors; to aid in the diagnosing of the patient and better prepare for their arrival at the hospital. The system can also be used in a scenario of diagnosing or treating a patient in their home, using the Max Life Clinic Case. This is done the same way as the ambulance system, however, the patient may never have to be transported from their home as the doctor can be brought virtually into the home to aid in the diagnosing and treatment.