For the first time we have a stand at ICMM World Congress on Military Medicine held in Basel on 19-24th May. Please be welcome to visit our stand. At our stand you can step inside an ambulance with our Virtual Reality tool.
We are attending the International Defense Exhibition in Abu Dhabi. Please visit our stand at 07-A41.
Again this year we have much to offer for your ambulance! In IDEX we are ready to present you our services and products with virtual reality tool ProMIL VR, where you can step inside an ambulance to see our offering.
We have ambulance references all over the word and just recently one of our customers stated that we are the best supplier he has ever come across. This gives us confidence that we are doing a good job with military ambulances and can be the best supplier to you too!
See you at IDEX!
This year our stand at Eurosatory exhibition was busier than ever before. Visitors were able to test how easy it is to load our stretcher loading system ProMIL 245 with patient. ProMIL 245 stretcher system has been our most wanted product for a few years now with ever growing interest from all over the world. Frestems stretcher loading solutions are easy to choose to an ambulance, as they are easy to integrate, the customer is able to get the whole medical environment as well as full ILS documentation.
Also this year different medical environments were presented with Virtual Reality tool. Customers could immerse themselves into a true ambulance and feel the space from inside. VR is used by Frestems for example to replace the building of a mock-up vehicle, to evaluate the functionality and feasibility of the medical space, as well as a training tool for LSA tasks.
We are very much looking forward to all the projects from the Paris fair and hope to see you all again on Idex 2019 or DSEI 2019, latest Eurosatory 2020!
At this year’s Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) Frestems was introducing the Virtual Reality tool for streamlining ambulance vehicle variant design and training.
Our different VR-treatment environment concepts created a lot of interest. There seems to be a more general need of a design planning tool for ambulance interiors according to vehicle manufactures and medical professionals.
The real life ProMIL 245 wall mounted stretcher loading platform with the assisted loading feature was to be tested at our stand as well.
We would like to thank all visitors at our stand and hope you enjoyed our VR-presentations as well as our stretcher systems for different military vehicle variants.
Come and visit us again at the coming Eurosatory 2018.
At our stand N3-150 we gladly present you the potential of virtual ambulance interior design. See several different ambulance designs as well as ILS-examples. We also show the latest ProMIL 245 stretcher system version in real at our stand.
During the DSEI 2017 show, Frestems is presenting our virtual tool for streamlining ambulance vehicle variant design: VPU is a Virtual Reality Prototyping which combines latest VR tools and Frestems design processes to quickly compose lifelike presentation of the treatment environment inside a military ambulance.
- The system reduces development time of the treatment environment and gives clients an accurate and realistic understanding of the overall functionality and user ergonomics right from the beginning.
- The user can sit in the exactly same position as actual medics will in the future ambulance, and the most efficient equipment layout can be jointly evaluated. Highly detailed, shared, vision of the end result helps reduce the project risks for all parties.
- Additionally VPU aids in considering maintainability aspects already during the early stages of system development, by allowing the designers to assess accessibility factors and maintenance processes even before building actual prototypes. Other applications include highly immersive user training.
With Passion for Your Ambulance
At this year’s IDEX-Exhibition Frestems goes virtual
With passion for your ambulance
During IDEX 2017 show, Frestems is launching our latest tool for streamlining ambulance vehicle variant design: VPU is a Virtual Reality Prototyping which combines latest VR tools and Frestems design processes to quickly compose lifelike presentation of the treatment environment inside a military ambulance.
The system reduces development time of the treatment environment and gives clients an accurate and realistic understanding of the overall functionality and user ergonomics right from the beginning.
The user can sit in the exactly same position as actual medics will in the future ambulance, and the most efficient equipment layout can be jointly evaluated. Highly detailed, shared, vision of the end result helps reduce the project risks for all parties.
Additionally VPU aids in considering maintainability aspects already during the early stages of system development, by allowing the designers to assess accessibility factors and maintenance processes even before building actual prototypes. Other applications include highly immersive user training.
Come and see with your own eyes our virtual presentation at IDEX, Frestems stand 07 – A44
This fall Frestems has employed three new people to the personnel. Welcome all to the Frestems team.
Marko Hietaranta starts working as a part time Designer.
Harri Heine starts working as Product Manager after a sabbatical leave.
Jaakko Teronen begins his work as Integrated Logistics Manager
Meet Frestems at Eurosatory 2016 – world’s largest defense and security exhibition
Welcome to our stand at Eurosatory at HALL 6 – JH517
At Eurosatory Frestems is introducing the ambulance treatment environment portfolio, offering an entire treatment solution for ambulance manufacturers.
“For many years now we have been working around military ambulances and gained extensive knowledge on how to build the best loading solution and functional treatment environment for the medics”, says Ari-Matti Vuorenoja, CEO, about the new ambulance development service.
The basis for ambulance performance capability lies within an easy, fast and reliable patient loading. Frestems’ long experience and strong know how in patient loading technology will be demonstrated in action at the fair. The visitors have a possibility to follow themselves the ergonomic and unique assisted patient loading to a high floor level vehicle with the ProMIL 245 stretcher system at our stand.
This year ProMIL 360 hydraulic treatment base with suspension can be seen at BAE Systems outdoor stand at the event.
ProMIL 360 stretcher place increases safety and assures outstanding ergonomics improving patients’ survivability in rough terrain. It brings patient comparability to a whole new level in military ambulances.
Visit Hall 6, stand K 200-201 BAE Systems for ProMIL 360 equipped ambulance!
General Dynamics has ProMIL245 stretcher loading system at their ambulance at Hall 5, Stand G 831/847.
Feel free to try out the ease of stretcher loading in a high vehicle! This configuration has additional treatment position inside the vehicle to help the medic treat the patient. The dummy patient on the platform for demonstration weights 75kg. With ProMIL 245 stretcher system in an ambulance, the ergonomic loading of a patient is easy, fast and reliable.
With these two stretcher systems up front we present our complete ProMIL product family and the Frestems expertise in converting military vehicles into well designed ambulances.
Come and visit our stand in HALL 6 – JH517 and see for yourself the capabilities of our portfolio.
Frestems launched it’s treatment environment at this year’s Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition with a huge success.
The vehicle manufacturers showed tremendous interest in our treatment environment.
Especially medical professionals were impressed by the assisted loading feature which makes loading of patients to the vehicles significantly easier and less strength consuming.
We would like to thank all visitors at our stand and we are convinced the visitors could easily become aware of the functionality and ergonomics of our latest stretcher systems for different military vehicle variants.
We hope to see you again at the coming exhibitions.
We are pleased to announce the start of Hans-Jürgen Liecks as the latest member of our
sales and marketing team.
Earlier this year also Kari Mäkelä started leading the project management team. He has a vast experience in project management and adds a lot of value to our team.
Kari and Hans-Jürgen are looking forward to meeting with partners and customers in coming projects.