The WiSync range extender relays patient vitals from places where other monitors wouldn’t dare to go.

WiSync allows medical providers to extend their connectivity range in areas where signal strength is limited or no longer available. WiSync automatically connects to and increases distance of WVSM data streams to care providers outside of standard device range. The unique design includes bright LED signal strength indicators as well as a “find” feature for use in the darkest, most remote scenarios such as debris fields, structural collapses, and miscellaneous subterranean operations. The WiSync systems are network configurable, easy to carry, rechargeable devices that can create an efficient and reliable secondary network to allow multiple patients to be monitored simultaneously across distance and through obstructions.

The Athena GTX® Wireless Vital Signs Monitor (WVSM®) is a small, lightweight, and highly portable transport monitor capable of wireless data transmission to various mobile platforms (iOS, Android, Windows). Traditionally, the WVSM data is capable of being sent 200-300 feet, line-of-sight (LOS), without interruption. However, at extended ranges, or within diverse scenarios containing significant signal obstructions, the WiSync relay devices are imperative in order to properly communicate the patient data from areas otherwise unable to be reached via traditional wireless communication.

WiSync relay devices quickly translate Wi-Fi data from WVSM® to a Radio Frequency (RF) signal until the desired data hub is located. Then the data is re-translated back to Wi-Fi and is viewable from the host tablet or PC platform. WiSync is a quickly deployable and highly effective option to achieve greater data transmission distances and circumvent obstructed line-of-sight (LOS),

The WiSync platform has rechargeable batteries that nominally reach 16 hours operational use and ranges of the Auxillary RF units exceed 1,500ft line-of-sight (LOS) each. Range inside collapsed structures varies greatly depending on type and level of the debris and obstructions encountered.