In 1903, the Wright Flyer made history on the beaches of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Today, we are building on that legacy by continually innovating and demonstrating how areo technology is driving the future of traffic-free transportation. Launched in 2017, Cora set a high bar for accessible eVTOL aircraft. In addition to huge advances in speed and safety, this ambitious air-taxi established the world’s first certification basis for passenger-carrying, self-piloting aircraft. In 2019, Cora was established as Wisk, a separate company as a joint venture between The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation, two leaders in aviation who are shaping the future of mobility for humanity. For the first time ever, Flyer proved that even non-pilots can take to the sky with just a few hours of training. Through five years of rigorous testing, this ultra-light vehicle led to valuable discoveries that continue to shape our approach to eVTOL design, testing, and manufacturing.
We retired Flyer in 2020 after more than 25,000 successful test flights, and these groundbreaking vehicles are now found in museums as an important part of aviation history. Since 2010, Kitty Hawk has been making strong advances in eVTOL technology. Heaviside is our most powerful, fastest and quietest vehicle yet, bringing us even closer to our goal of freeing the world from traffic. At roughly 65 million miles in length, terrestrial roadways increasingly carry the weight of the traveling world. We’re proud to push the boundaries of transportation by setting sky-high standards for safety, performance, noise, and efficiency.
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Wulfsberg Multi frequency radio: This is set to Eso Air 1 during complex missions which allows communication with agencies on scene. This would include hopsital security, marine radio and surf life saving. This is a statewide two-way radio system that uses a digital control channel to automatically assign frequency channels to groups of users. This is the main system we use to communicate with ACC from our ground and air vehicles, as well as how we communicate with crews on scene and get updates en route. During complex missions, Com4 becomes our simplex Helicopter channel allowing us to communicate down the wire. During a winch procedure we can turn off all lines to keep focus on the members of the team on the wire and avoid distraction. Com 5: Com 5 allows us to make and receive phone calls via the aircraft mobile. Most often this will be used for clinical updates between our team and either the Retrieval consultants or receiving teams.
In order to be able to use the mobile, we need to ensure the comms button on the overhead panel beside the comms lead connector is set to Radio not ICS. So what about inside base and our road vehicles? Each base has one by the CADLink screens and status boards, and they ring out across the whole base, including outside areas. The batphone must ring 4 times and there must be a paramedic present to take the call. No jobs can be accepted until either the road paramedic confirms it is accessible or the pilot confirms they can complete this mission. If not directly involved in the mission please stand back from the desk.
Receiving a call should generate a sterile environment. ACM taking the job so communication is not impeded. Do not scroll on the CADLink screen whilst a tasking is being discussed, once the job has been identified and the detail screen opened. GRN Radios: At all our bases there are free standing GRN radios. These can be left on State 1 or set on to local channel if we are monitoring specific jobs. Inside our road ambulance vehicles, each one has a handheld GRN radio. At the start of missions this will be set to the State 1 channel and allows us to speak to ACC. When tasked, the tasking details should tell us which local channel the job is being run on.
Mobile Data Terminal: This refers to the computer device inside each of our cars. This is the system that all NSW ambulance cars are equipped with. Timings, addresses and mission details are all on this system. The big red button in the top left is the distress bell. If you press this, police immediately get notified and many people will suddenly appear! Don’t push it unless you fear for the safety of your team.
Down the wire: Every HEMS doctor on a helicopter shift checks their own personal handheld GRN radio each morning- checking battery levels, zone and channel. A helmet radio comms check with the paramedic should also be carried out at the start of each shift. When tasked on winch jobs, this radio becomes critical for communicating with the aircraft and air crewman. SQUAWK: A squawk code is a discrete transponder code assigned, during take-off, by ATC to allow identification of individual aircraft. The name squawk refers to a historical nickname for the system first used to identify aircraft during World War II. Traffic: As part of the crew, it’s important to always keep an eye for any approaching traffic- aka other aircraft, in your vicinity. If no one has mentioned it, speak up in case it hasn’t been seen yet.
Use left or right, high or low. Often a clock face is used to identify the angle of the other aircraft relative to our position. Mayday: The aircraft and its occupants are in immediate danger and require assistance. Pan Pan: An urgent message regarding aircraft safety but no immediate need for assistance. ATC of anticipated times of contact outside of which, if they don’t hear from the aircraft, they would initiate search and rescue proceedings. You might also hear the paramedic relaying a SARtime to ACC.
SARwatch: This is the generic term relating to aircraft safety and monitoring. The pilot will cancel SARwatch once safely landed to notify ATC they no longer need to be aware of them. QNH: Air pressure at sea level. Many thanks to our amazing Aircrewmen and Paramedics for their guidance in putting this article together. Next education day will be held in conjunction with our colleagues at NETS. Attendance is open to all employees of NSW Health. We will be hosting a combined Clinical Governance and Education Day on 20th January at the Aeromedical Crewing Excellence Centre, which will also be available by video-conference.
Our next Education Day will be held on 9th December at the Aeromedical Crewing Excellence Centre and also by video, ethnic and religious lines. Why is Left, type in your keyword phrase. Often a clock face is used to identify the angle of the other aircraft relative to our position. SQUAWK: A squawk code is a discrete transponder code assigned, traffic: As part of the crew, hospital and Retrieval trauma interest you? You often hear discussion between air traffic control and individual aircraft, why Can’t the Right Be Cancelled?
Dial-in details are available to employees of NSW Health. We will be hosting a combined Clinical Governance and Education Day on 6th January at the Aeromedical Crewing Excellence Centre, which will also be available by video-conference. Our next Education Day will be held on 9th December at the Aeromedical Crewing Excellence Centre and also by video-conference. Our next GSA-HEMS Clinical Governance Day will be held on 25th November by video-conference. Please do not attend Bankstown base unless you are presenting or rostered on an operational shift. Pre-Hospital and Retrieval trauma interest you? PHRM Trauma night on April 21st in an online format. Solution This behaviour is caused by the Areo feature in Windows 10. In Windows 7 this feature did not exist, so you were able to move window from one screen to another by dragging all the way to the top and across.
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