Kauai Regional ITS Architecture

Service Packages For: Hospital Providers - EM02-2

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List of Elements on this Diagram
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Element Name Stakeholder
Kauai EMS Vehicles Medical Transportation
Hospitals Hospital Providers

List of Stakeholder Elements and Roles on this Diagram
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Stakeholder Element Name Functional Area/Role Functional Area Description
Medical Transportation Kauai EMS Vehicles On-board EV En Route Support This on-board equipment package supports dispatch, routing, and tracking of an emergency vehicle. Dispatch and routing information are received and presented to the driver and vehicle location and status are tracked and provided back to the dispatcher. This equipment package supports traffic signal preemption via short range communication directly with signal control equipment and sends alert messages to surrounding vehicles. It also supports communications with care facilities, sharing patient status and care facility status between the en route emergency vehicle and the care facility.

List of Flows on this Diagram
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Source Element Architecture Flow Destination Element
Kauai EMS Vehicles patient status Hospitals

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