VideoPTT allows rescue teams to synchronize their actions in an open or wild area in a complex environment where other means of communication may not exist or are simply not available. Using VideoPTT device, rescue officer can transmit static image of high resolution or low resolution video stream of hearth scene of the accident automaticalling fixing and transmitting its geographical coordinates.
Using VideoPTT allows rescue operation management to monitor and control the situation in real-time through a visual representation of events on a map.
Availability of built-in GLONASS/GPS receiver along with electronic compass (magnetometer and accelerometer) also allows to use VideoPTT as navigational device.
Automatic geolocation info sharing between members of search and rescue team allows them to track each others on a map hence optimize the search process.
Each member of search and rescue team, using VideoPTT, is able to carry out real-time video consultations with a professional physician, who also may be a member of the team or located remotely. Thus allowing professional first aid or evacuation of persons in need of emergency medical care.