Camera: Sony (ソニー) Cyber-shot DSC HX5V B
Tripod: Sony VCT 60AV
Format: Movie MOV; AVCHD-MP4; 16:9; 1440p x 1080p; Audiocodec AAC; Videocodec H264
Date: Apr. 14th, 2011
Description: An EC 135 starts from a grassy area after ambulance in Dresdens top accident site Dresden mainstation. One person would prevented to demolish this aircraft.
EMS, Disaster Management
and SAR Missions
The highly successful EC135 lends itself readily to perform all types of EMS and disaster
management SAR missions. Its design offers a lightweight cockpit layout, compact dimensions,
excellent outside visibility as well as a modular, ﬂexible cabin arrangement. Loading and unloading
is carried out quickly and easily on either side or at the rear, through the extra-large sliding doors or
rear clamshell doors. Even during winching operations, patients can be easily transferred into the
hovering helicopter. In addition, the EC135's external noise level—below the strictest regulatory
speciﬁcations—allows for operation in close approach to hospitals, which are often situated in highly
Primary EMS Missions
The EC135's skid landing gear along with its compact design make it possible to land in very conﬁned areas or unprepared terrain, wherever the injured are awaiting urgent help. The high-set main rotor and patented Fenestron® tail rotor ensure that the crew can work
safely in the area of the rear clamshell doors while rotors are running, and in comfort:
The helicopter provides ample room for up to four crew members—a pilot, a doctor or a
ﬂight nurse and one or two paramedics—as well as a patient. A second stretcher can be installed within seconds. Secondary EMS Missions
The EC135 was designed in close cooperation with medical professionals and rescue experts. It offers: - A modular design that can be adapted to different users' needs
- A cabin suited for the installation of medical devices and equipment - In-ﬂight resuscitation (CPR) and endotracheal intubation capabilities - A cabin-accessible baggage compartment
- A hygienic, easy-to-clean ﬂoor - Rear or side stretcher loading - An Anti-Resonance Isolation System (ARIS), ensuring low vibration levels and a smooth ride. Optional mission equipment such as the autopilot, moving map and weather radar support the pilot during IFR ﬂights and enhance overall ﬂight safety. "Flying Intensive Care Stations" and incubators are
also available on a modular basis.
Disaster Management, SAR and Homeland Defense Missions The EC135 has excellent lope landing capabilities and can perform rapid interventions in situations of high risk, adverse weather, catastrophes and disasters, and in emergencies such as ﬂoods, earthquakes, landslides, and heavy snowfalls. The EC135 also has particular value in support of homeland defense missions such as efﬁcient response to terrorist attacks.