For training and operations.
This app aims to promote a safe, methodical and casualty centered approach to the extrication of persons following road traffic accidents. It explains in detail the most common technical rescue techniques, illustrated by approximately 500 pictures and 60 videos showing you how to perform the procedures.
In addition, the app highlights key medical considerations and guides the rescuer through the process of efficient extrication planning.
- The Vehicle
- Medical Aspects of Rescue
- The Team Approach
- Extrication Planning
- At the Scene
- Vehicle on its Wheels, Side and Roof
- Tools and Equipment
- New Car Technology
- Hybrid/Electric Vehicles
- Rescue at Night
- Extrication near Water
- Multi Agency Working
The Extrication app performs best on 10” tablets and up. Because of the large almount of detailed information it is not suitable for use on phones. The app is now available in English; translations into other languages will follow later this year.
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Design and development:
MCW Studio's - www.mcw.nl
There are currently 22 Level 1 apps being developed and they will be released as each topic is completed.
Our mission is to provide you with easily accessible information to be used as a quick reference, a study guide, during drills or while at training exercises.
These apps are intended to provide emergency response personnel with information and guidance at their fingertips.
By entering in either the channel number or frequency, RFreq gives you:
• Cable TV (CATV) – Channel Number, Center Frequency, Visual Carrier, Aural Carrier, Bandwidth (Minimum and Maximum MHz)
• Over the Air (OTA) Broadcast- Channel Number, Center Frequency, Visual Carrier, Aural Carrier, Bandwidth (Minimum and Maximum MHz)
• WiFi (802.11)- Protocol (802.11a, 802.11b/g, 802.11n), Channel Number, Frequency, Regulatory Domain (Americas, EMEA, Japan, Other)
RFreq is brought to you by Blonder Tongue as part of the next generation “Broadband Reference Guide”.
This is the owner’s information you need right here, right now.
This easy-to-use Electronic Quick Reference Guide (QRG) is intended to help you more fully appreciate some of the the unique features and functions of your new vehicle. These concise, explanatory videos cover almost 100 topics broken down into helpful categories such as:
- Vehicle Controls
- Special Features
- Bluetooth ® Hands-Free Phone System
- Safety Features
- Navigation System
- Vehicle Information
Select any of your Infiniti vehicles, covering years 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
For instance, if you wanted to explore your 2015 Q40, you would find best-use topics that include:
- All-Wheel Drive Lock Switch (AWD)
- Child Safety Rear Door Locks
- Climate Controls
- Emergency Inside Trunk Release
- Hood Release
- Making a Call
Remember, you should always read your Owner’s Manual because it contains detailed information regarding safety warnings, operation and maintenance of your vehicle.
Which lamps do you need for your car, motorbike or truck?
Choose brand, model and construction year of your vehicle in the menu and you will get a good view over suitable OSRAM lamps and their reference numbers.
As the world market leader in automotive lamps, OSRAM offers a wide range of products: the standard lamps of the ORIGINAL LINE as well as the innovative product families for more light, service life and and a stylish appearance - all in original spare part quality.
This App includes european vehicles only. Please be aware that, in exceptional cases, no specific lamp information can be provided. This is due to the wide variety of different models and versions. No liability is assumed for errors. In case of doubt, the manufacturer's specifications are binding. If you experience problems, most authorized service garages will help you find the right solution for your vehicle and your specific requirements.