Invented in Perth, Australia I believe this product will save lives.
This is not an international marketing company, no fancy offices or staff, it's just me and my kitchen table.
Hi I'm Tony, I'm 56 years old and I live in Perth, Western Australia.
I saw a problem:
People being involved in an accident and not having critical identification to let emergency staff know who to identify. This leads to a number of issues:
Hospital emergency staff could spend hours trying to track down relatives to get permission to operate, not knowing is the patient was allergic to any medications or anaesthetics and family not knowing that their loved one has been involved in an accident. The time saving alone could be the major breakthrough.
The ICEmergency USB drive. The pre loaded file on the drive takes less than 2 minutes to complete with all your personal information, it is simple to attach to your car or bike key ring and it's instantly recognisable to hospital emergency staff.
The information on the file does not hold your address or drivers license number etc which could be used by a thief.
Every Australian should have one of these on their keyring.