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Emergency medical services

Emergency medical services, also known as ambulance services or paramedic services, are agencies that deal with medical emergencies, mostly by sending ambulances to help people who are severely ill or injured. Their job is to treat those people a ...

                                               

Intensive care unit

An intensive care unit, critical care unit, intensive therapy unit, or intensive treatment unit is a special part of a hospital. Usually, people that are very sick are sent there. They need to be looked at by a nurse or doctor very closely in cas ...

                                               

Paramedic

A paramedic is a health care professional who works for the emergency medical services, usually on an ambulance. They help people who have been injured or become ill very suddenly. Paramedics can do many different things to decide what the proble ...

                                               

Police

Police are a group of people whose job is to enforce laws, help with emergencies, solve crimes and protect property. A person who carries out this duty is known as a police officer. They work out of a police station. Police are trained in first a ...

                                               

Quebec En Alerte

Quebec En Alerte is a public emergency communication system of the Canadian province of Quebec. It is also an additional system to those already used in the municipalities. This system will be used to distribute to the population of the province ...

                                               

Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia

The Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia is a medical service in Australia. It was the first flying medical service in the world. It provides emergency and other health care to people living in rural and remote areas. It is a not-for-profit o ...

                                               

Royal National Lifeboat Institution

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is an agency which rescues people at sea in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, as well as on some large rivers. The RNLI is a charity. Two-thirds of its funding comes from mo ...

                                               

Mobile phone

A mobile phone is a small portable radio telephone. The mobile phone can be used to communicate over long distances without wires. It works by communicating with a nearby base station also called a "mobile tower" which connects it to the main pho ...

                                               

Feature phone

A feature phone is a type of mobile phone. The name "feature phone" usually means the phone cannot do things that a smartphone can do. Feature phones basically allow people to make phone calls and sent text messages, while a few may also be able ...

                                               

Google Nexus

The Nexus is a series of Android smartphones and tablets produced by Google in co-operation with some phone-making companies. The purpose of the Nexus phones and tablets is to offer a "pure Android experience", in which the phones or tablets come ...

                                               

Google Pixel

Google announced the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on the 4th of October, 2017. Battery: non-removable, fast charging Storage: Choice of either 64 gigabytes or 128 gigabytes Cameras: 12.2 megapixel camera on the back, 8 megapixel camera on the front Sha ...

                                               

MOAP

MOAP is the software platform for NTT DoCoMos FOMA service for mobile phones. Because it has a closed user interface, third parties cannot make applications or install applications, unlike UIQ and S60.

                                               

Mobile advertising

Mobile advertising is very similar to online or internet advertising. Mobile advertising is method of advertising via mobile phones or other mobile devices like tablets. More and more people worldwide have mobile phones and spend on them a lot of ...

                                               

Mophun

Mophun is a computing platform used to run portable code on embedded and mobile devices. Some phones and other devices support Mophun. Sony Ericsson phones, especially the Sony Ericsson T300 and Sony Ericsson T610, are the best known devices for ...

                                               

Motorola RAZR V3

Motorola RAZR V3) is a thin clamshell mobile/cellular camera phone designed and made by Motorola. The phone was originally a fashion phone, but has now grown to many different versions in many different designs, when in 2005 the phone went into t ...

                                               

Series 80 (software platform)

Series 80 is a mobile software platform introduced in 2000 that uses Symbian. It was made by Nokia for their enterprise and professional level smartphones. All devices that use it have a screen resolution of 640×200 pixels and a full QWERTY keybo ...

                                               

Telephone numbers in Albania

The country calling code for Albania is +355 For domestic calls within Albania, 0 must be dialed before the area code. The prefix for international calls from Albania is 00 for example for an United States number 00 1. should be dialed. Below is ...

                                               

Telephone numbers in Australia

Country Code: +61 International Call Prefix: 0011 Trunk Prefix: 0 The Australian telephone numbering plan is how phone numbers work in Australia. It has changed many times. The most recent major change was between 1994 and 1998.

                                               

Telephone numbers in Azerbaijan

Telephone numbers in Azerbaijan follow the recommended format for its telephone numbering plan. A caller from outside Azerbaijan would dial the international access number, usually 00. They then dial the country code which is 994 for Azerbaijan. ...

                                               

Crisis hotline

Crisis hotlines are telephone numbers that people can call to get urgent and immediate counseling. Since the 1970s, most areas around the United States have had these lines. The lines were originally for suicides or stopping suicide. Now they als ...

                                               

Telephone numbers in Argentina

Phone numbers in Argentina have ten digits. This is when both the area code and the subscribers code are included. The area code may have 2, 3 or 4 numbers. The remaining 8, 7 or 6 numbers are the subscribers number. For example, phone number 123 ...

                                               

Telephone numbers in Belgium

International call prefix: 00 Trunk prefix: 0 A telephone number in Belgium is nine or ten digits dialed on a telephone to make a call. Belgium is under a closed telephone numbering plan. It keeps the trunk code, 0, for all national dialling.

                                               

Telephone numbers in the United Kingdom

These are more expensive revenue-share numbers with a Service Charge of up to £1.50 per minute. These numbers are used to pay for services, for recorded information, for dating and for voting in competitions. The caller also pays an Access Charge ...

                                               

Toll-free telephone number

A toll-free telephone number is a telephone number in which the person who owns that telephone number is charged for calls that come to them, rather than the person making the call to that number being charged. These numbers usually begin with "1 ...

                                               

List of dialling codes in the United Kingdom

This is a list of dialling codes for telephones in the United Kingdom. Dialling codes are the basis for the national telephone numbering plan. They are prefixed to all telephone numbers, generally depending on the type of number and its geographi ...

                                               

Aircraft

An aircraft is a flying machine. There are many different kinds of aircraft. Some aircraft keep in the sky by moving air over their wings. Examples are aeroplanes, helicopters, and gliders. Some aircraft keep in the sky by floating. Examples are ...

                                               

Air charter

Air charter is the business of renting whole aircraft instead of buying tickets and reserving single seat. Air charter is regulated by law. While the airlines sell places in seats, air charter companies focus on private wealthy customers, urgent ...

                                               

Airliner

An airliner is a type of transport aircraft for transporting passengers and air cargo. Such aircraft are most often operated by airlines. The largest airliners are called "wide-body aircraft". These aircraft are frequently called twin-aisle aircr ...

                                               

Balloon

A balloon is a bag that is usually filled with gas. This gas can be helium, hydrogen, or air. A long time ago, balloons were made out of animal bladders. Now small balloons are made from a thin and stretchy material like rubber or plastic. Big ba ...

                                               

Biplane

A biplane is a fixed-wing aircraft that has two fixed wings. The lower wing is often attached to the body of the aircraft and the top wing is raised above. Most early airplanes were biplanes because they have a stronger structure than a monoplane ...

                                               

Bush airplane

A bush airplane is an aircraft serving far away areas of a country, usually the African, Alaskan, and Canadian tundra or the Australian Outback. They are used where the road system is not good, or where there are no roads. Many planes used as bus ...

                                               

Business jet

A business jet is an aircraft designed and built for transporting a small group of passengers, between four and twenty people. Generally it is a twin-turbojet aircraft, but some are tri-jet, or four-engine. In some cases it is even airliners that ...

                                               

Cargo aircraft

A cargo aircraft is an aircraft that can carry cargo. In some cases, it may also carry passengers. It exists as well as civilian as military aircraft.

                                               

Cockpit

A cockpit is the open space, normally near the front of an aircraft, where a pilot controls the aircraft. A different name for the cockpit is the flight deck, flight deck can also refer to the flight deck on an aircraft carrier. Current cockpits ...

                                               

Concorde

Concorde was a passenger airplane that flew faster than the speed of sound. It was made by the French company Aerospatiale and the British company British Aircraft Corporation. Concorde carried passengers from 1976 to 2003. Twenty aircraft were b ...

                                               

Controlled flight into terrain

A controlled flight into terrain is an accident in which an airworthy aircraft, under pilot control, is unintentionally flown into the ground, a mountain, a body of water or an obstacle. In a typical CFIT scenario, the crew is not aware of the si ...

                                               

De Havilland Comet

The de Havilland DH 106 Comet was the first production commercial jetliner. The Avro Tudor and Vickers VC.1 Viking was fitted with Rolls-Royce Nene turbojets. It had flown earlier but were experimental models. The jet was made by de Havilland at ...

                                               

Dogfight

A dogfight is a close air fight between fighter planes. It often involves turning, climbing, and swirling. Dogfights started during World War I when the fighter planes did not have many weapons. The first aerial dogfight occurred during the Battl ...

                                               

Fixed-wing aircraft

A fixed-wing aircraft is a kind of aircraft. An aircraft is a machine that can fly, but is heavier than air. Fixed-wing aircraft are sometimes called airplanes, aeroplanes or sometimes just "planes". All fixed-wing aircraft have wings that use fo ...

                                               

Glider

Gliders are aircrafts which do not have a motor. Gliders are controlled by their pilots by using control-sticks. Some gliders can only carry one person; others can carry two. In gliders with two seats, each pilot has a control-stick. Gliders alwa ...

                                               

Grumman G-21 Goose

The Grumman G-21 Goose is an amphibious aircraft, which means it can land and take off on water. It was designed as an eight-seat "commuter" plane for businessmen in the Long Island area. The Goose was Grumman’s first monoplane to fly. It was als ...

                                               

Hot air balloon

A hot air balloon is a type of aircraft. It is lifted by heating the air inside the balloon, usually with fire. Hot air weighs less than the same volume of cold air, which means that hot air will rise up or float when there is cold air around it, ...

                                               

Human powered aircraft

A human powered aircraft is an aircraft that is powered entirely or partly by the pilot. Several human powered aircraft have been constructed in the past 30 years for recreation or to win prizes. Designing a successful human-powered aircraft is d ...

                                               

Kelly Johnson (engineer)

Kelly Johnson was an American Engineer at Lockheed Martin. He helped make planes, for example the SR-71 Blackbird and the P-38. He worked at the skunkworks at Lockheed Martin. There, with Ben Rich, "The Father of Stealth," they made the Blackbird ...

                                               

Model airplane

A model airplane is a small sized Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. It may be a replica of an existing airplane or an imaginary aircraft. Model aircraft are generally divided into two basic types, flying and non-flying. Non-flying models are also called s ...

                                               

Santos-Dumont 14-bis

The Santos-Dumont 14-bis was a biplane invented in the early 1900s by Alberto Santos-Dumont. In the fall of 1906, it became the first airplane to fly in Europe. Santos-Dumont tried several times before he truly managed to fly in the 14-bis. His f ...

                                               

STOL

STOL refers to short take-off and landing aircraft. They only need a short runway for takeoff and landing. This type of aircraft is made to use short runways for take off and landing in high altitudes, hilly regions, and remote areas. An STOL air ...

                                               

VHF omnidirectional range

VOR, short for VHF omnidirectional radio range, is a type of radio navigation system for aircraft, enabling them to find their position and stay on course by receiving radio signals emitted by a network of radio beacons. It uses frequencies in ve ...

                                               

Vauxhall Astra

Vauxhall Astra is a car produced by Vauxhall since 1979. It was first just branded as a Vauxhall, since 1991 it has also been sold as a Opel, a Holden and a Chevrolet. From 2007 to 2009 it was sold as a Saturn.

                                               

Chevrolet Tahoe

The Chevrolet Tahoe is a full sized SUV sold by General Motors since 1995. It replaced the Chevrolet K5 Blazer and GMC S15 Jimmy. It is available in three trims LS, LT, and LTZ. The Tahoe comes in either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. It a ...

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