If it's portable, why shouldn't it have WiFi? That's what ambulance service provider American Medical Response (AMS) believes. And to prove it, the company is showing off a vehicle that includes an InMotion cellular Internet backhaul connection with WiFi to let paramedics hook up laptops and PDAS to a home base, then use them to fill in care information for patients when they get to the scene. Paper records from ambulance calls can be messy and time-consuming, so getting everything digitally could be a huge improvement.
Unwiring the Ambulance [wi-fiplanet]