MMC: Optimizing Fleet Efficiency with New LCD Touchscreens

MMC LCD touchscreen Demers Ambulances

Emergency response teams must act quickly to effectively perform their duties. This is why every tool at their disposal in the ambulance must be designed to be efficient and precise. In response to these needs, the new MMC Multiplex LCD touchscreen provides a combination of advanced technology and efficiency for a better, more streamlined control system for paramedics. 

Experience Comprehensive Ambulance Controls at Your Fingertips

The MMC offers a digital control panel that encompasses all essential ambulance functions. The console is designed with a streamlined layout, eliminating unnecessary clutter and allowing paramedics to access vital controls quickly and efficiently.

Additionally, the ambulance is equipped with two screens, each featuring distinct user interfaces tailored to address specific requirements in both the cab and the patient areas.

Ergonomic Display for Seamless Operation

The ergonomic display is tailored for the dynamic environment of an ambulance. The intuitive layout ensures that paramedics can access critical functions without the need for extensive training or trying to use complicated interfaces. This user-friendly design optimizes the overall operational workflow and leads to faster response times.

Intuitive Navigation with No Hidden Features

With its intuitive interface, navigating through the LCD screen is effortless. Paramedics can access more features easily, without any hidden functions or complex menus. The straightforward design empowers emergency medical professionals to focus on their primary task – saving lives.

Additional Features and Information for Enhanced Functionality

More Flexibility with Optional Features

In addition to the standard features, the screen offers flexibility in extra options. Optional equipment can be directly controlled into the AUX menu. This flexibility ensures that the ambulance can be adapted to the specific needs of its users.

Broader Control from a Unique Interface

As a paramedic, you’ll benefit from a unique interface that provides broader control over various aspects of the ambulance. The centralized control hub now has more functions than before, along with more information that can be accessed quickly.

touchscreen patient compartment MMC

Built-in Clock Display in Patient Compartment

As an integral feature of an ambulance, the built-in clock (rear clock integration is displayed full screen on the module screen to help paramedics focus on their task at hand. This allows paramedics in technician seats to keep track of time at a glance, without the need to turn their attention away from the patient. The seamless integration of the clock enhances time management during critical situations.

Display Brightness Control

Adapting to varying lighting conditions, the MMC LCD screen includes display brightness control. Paramedics can easily adjust the screen brightness to ensure optimal visibility, depending on the ambient lighting in the ambulance.


Repetitive Timer Alarm (Stopwatch)

For time-sensitive procedures, the MMC Multiplex feature includes a repetitive timer alarm (stopwatch). This tool aids paramedics in adhering to precise timelines, optimizing their workflow, and ensuring timely and/or repetitive interventions.

Error Display

If there are any anomalies, the screen provides an error display. This feature helps with troubleshooting and makes sure that paramedics can quickly identify and address any issues with the ambulance’s systems.

MMC front cabin touchscreen

Intention Lights and Transmission Indicators

The screen also features intention lights and transmission indicators which provide vehicle status to the paramedic in the module. These features help paramedics anticipate the upcoming stability of the vehicle and time the next action to take with the patient, which contributes to the overall safety of the people in the patient compartment.

The new LCD touchscreen was designed with paramedics in mind, to facilitate maneuvers with a user-friendly screen and system, streamline controls, and enhance the overall functionality and adaptability of the ambulances. The purpose is ultimately to improve patient care and optimize the emergency response process.

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