The country of Norway has taken a critical step in National Air Ambulance interoperability and Coordination with its selection of the Flight Vector CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) Air Ambulance Mission Management Software System for national operations. This system will provide the country of Norway the first of its kind single solution National EMS Airspace Command and Control System for all Fixed-Wing Air Ambulance Flight Operations Mission Management.
Designed to allow for all scales of Air Ambulance Mission Management and Coordination, this system was the first to fully integrate Satellite Tracking / Navigation / and Communications with a visual display focused on aviation with the only custom CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) software in the world specifically designed and created by and for Flight Operations, Command and Control, Fleet / Aircraft & Crew Management, and all of this from the aviation, Communications Center, and Patient Care perspective.
This complete Mission Management System was first unveiled at the 2004 AMTC conference held in Cincinnati, OH, and has continued to lead the industry in capability and FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) compliance. With Flight Vector, the CAD software, as the center point of this system, the new age mission management center has the ability to respond to the unique needs of the Air Ambulance industry in an unparallel manner.
Norway additionally requested another new feature be added to the system. The Flight Vector Map will now provide the visual tracking and management display component for the country. This addition to the suite of software now available through Flight Vector provides a comprehensive Mapping Solution with extensive support and capability features.
With this forward thinking action by Norway, the world now moves into a new realm of National EMS service ability, and presents a new model, one of complete interoperability. Norway joins other services in the United States applying the incredible benefits and strengths of this system towards capability, safety, and performance in support of saving lives. With the greatest speed, accuracy, and visual acuity, they now have the ability to respond to the needs of those in peril in a manner currently unequaled.
This system has already proven itself to truly be the image and function of tomorrows Air Ambulance Aviation based services. From the new FAA required Command and Control perspective, Flight Vector and its Command and Control Module in concert with Flight Explorer and various satellite tracking systems affords the Air Ambulance CFR135 Operators complete FAA requirement conformity offering a model unrivaled.
To all Flight Vector customers who were willing to reach out and step into the future of Air Ambulance Mission Management upon their recognition of how great the need for a new system, you represent the vision of tomorrow.