SMART VEST CAM AND COMPUTER
INSTANT ACCESS TO VITAL DATA
The smart vest camera and computer is tethered as a clip on unit to a personal protective vest. The camera and computer unit is linked to an assigned duty computer via a wifi network. Data is sent from the vest camera and computer to the duty computer which could be up linked to the station mainframe computer. The ability to access the mainframe computer to upload and download critical data and information would be available when needed.
As a consumer product, for safety it offers by design the benefit of technologies that allow for fast and immediate mitigation of difficult and dangerous situations. This additional situational awareness allows law enforcement personnel and the general public greater safety and security.
Marketing would be made available to law enforcement, military, security personnel and any persons having a specific need for fast situational awareness and pertinent data.
Manufacturing would incorporate off the shelf components and technologies. A personal protective vest, smart camera and computer with wifi networking capabilities to communicate with an assigned duty computer and mainframe computer.
Difficult and potentially dangerous situations could be uploaded from the smart camera
and computer for analysis and mitigation. The data can then be transmitted back by utilizing audio and visual technologies made available for use.
The quality of life is improved by the use of these smart technologies assembled together to mitigate situations, run numerous scenarios immediately and select the best possible outcome to help prevent unnecessary injuries and loss of life.
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name: Gerald Manfredi
Type of entry: individual
Number of times previously entering contest:4
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management of flooding events
Software used for this entry:
Autodesk, Formit360, TurboCad, iPocket Draw, Adobe Elements, Microsoft Word
Patent status: none