Meet HAL

The newest addition to the EMT Canada team is HAL® S3000— A wireless and tetherless prehospital and nursing patient simulator. Tetherless technology allows the communications, compressor, and power supply to be inside HAL®, eliminating external tubes, wires, and compressors. HAL® operates continuously during transport and training can occur in the working environment. We can use HAL in real-world accident or illness simulations while care providers diagnose and treat his condition using real monitoring and resuscitation equipment. We can control HAL® at distances up to 300 meters and between rooms and floors of conventional buildings.


A few of the simulator’s features include:
Oral or nasal intubation: ETT, LMA, King LT
Programmable difficult airway: Laryngospasm, pharyngeal swelling, tongue edema
Sensors detect depth of intubation
Surgical airway: tracheostomy or needle cricothyrotomy Multiple upper airway sounds
Control rate and depth of respiration and observe spontaneous breathing
Ventilation is measured and logged
Accommodates assisted ventilation including BVM and mechanical support
Tension pneumothorax and bilateral needle decompression sites
Active Eyes; programmable blink rate, pupil size, and pupil reaction
Preprogrammed speech responses
Normal and abnormal heart sounds, rates, and intensities ECG monitoring using real devices
eCPR sensors; Chest compressions are measured and logged
Bilateral IV sites
Measurable blood pressure
Visible cyanosis
Bilateral carotid, radial, brachial, femoral, popliteal, and pedal pulses