June 21, 2017

New IoT device to give ambulances the green signal

May 26, 2017 08:06 IST Updated: May 26, 2017 08:27 IST more-in Emergency Response Automation will ensure quick medical aid to patients An IoT (Internet of Things) device that will soon be installed in five major traffic junctions in the city next month will give ambulances the green light, all the way to the incident they are attending, and ensure quick medical aid is provided to the patients.

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