- Air and Missile Defense
- Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I)
- Electronic Warfare
- Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
- Naval Solutions
- Space Solutions
- Training Solutions
- IDIQ Contract Vehicles
The Electronic Patient Tracking System has three primary components: Electronic Patient Tracking System field units, central server, and web pages. The Electronic Patient Tracking System field units collect the patient information at the scene of the incident and transmit it back to the central database. Dedicated and redundant servers host a database where the incident and patient data reside. The servers also provide the web content available to trusted users over the Internet. The Electronic Patient Tracking System provides patient and resource-tracking information via web pages accessible to trusted users by any HTML browser capable computer on the Internet.
The Electronic Patient Tracking System field units come in two configurations:
- The Electronic Patient Tracking System mobile unit (EMU) is a self-contained, portable suite of equipment that can be taken to the scene and set up quickly to gather patient data and transmit it through a wireless telephone network.
- The Electronic Patient Tracking System mobile access (EMA) is the wireless PDA and communication that connect to an existing laptop with wireless Internet access. The EMA is portable or may be permanently installed in an emergency vehicle. Both configurations are ruggedized, communicate with the PDAs and can connect to AC or DC power sources.