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1. (WO2019028226) SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROVIDING EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE USING AN AUTOMATED ROBOTIC VEHICLE
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We claim:

1. A system for providing emergency medical assistance using an automated robotic vehicle in a facility, the system comprising:

a mobile application executable on a mobile computing device associated with an individual, the mobile application when executed:

uses at least one sensor in the mobile device to identify an incident occurrence, and

automatically transmits incident information to an incident computing device, wherein the incident information includes a location of the incident and an incident type;

an automated robotic vehicle that includes one or more bins containing emergency medical supplies; and

the incident computing device in wireless communication with the mobile computing device and the automated robotic vehicle, the incident computing device equipped with a processor and configured to:

receive incident information from the mobile application, the incident information including a location of an incident and an incident type, and

transmit the location of the incident to the automated robotic vehicle, whereupon the automated guided vehicle travels to the location of the incident to provide emergency medical supplies for the incident to the individual, the automated robotic vehicle using at least one of floor-based markers or onboard location sensors for traveling to the location of the incident.

2. The system of claim 1, wherein one or more bins are locked and organized based on incident types and the automated robotic vehicle is further configured to receive an identification of the incident type from the incident computing device and unlock one or more bins based on the incident type.

3. The system of claim 1, wherein the incident computing device is further configured to notify pre-determined types of personnel based on the location of the incident and the incident type, and wherein the personnel is at least one of emergency medical personnel, one or more facility managers, or one or more co-workers of the individual.

4. The system of claim 3, wherein the personnel is notified via a paging system within the facility.

5. The system of claim 1, wherein the incident type is at least one of a fall, a collision, and a medical incident.

6. The system of claim 1, wherein the automated robotic vehicle further includes:

a display, the display configured to display instructions to personnel responding to the individual based on the incident type.

7. The system of claim 1, the automated robotic vehicle further includes at least one of a camera and a microphone, wherein the automated robotic vehicle further includes two way communication capability for communicating with a third party using the at least one of the camera and the microphone.

8. The system of claim 1, wherein the at least one sensor includes at least one of a shock sensor for identifying a shock registering over a predefined g-force or an audio sensor for identifying a noise registering over a predefined decibels.

9. A method for providing emergency medical assistance using an automated robotic vehicle in a facility, the method comprising:

using at least one sensor in a mobile device to identify an incident occurrence;

transmitting, by a mobile application executable on the mobile computing device associated with an individual, automatically incident information to an incident computing device, wherein the incident information includes a location of the incident and an incident type;

receiving, by an incident computing device in wireless communication with the mobile computing device and an automated robotic vehicle that includes one or more bins containing emergency medical supplies, incident information from the mobile application, the incident information including a location of an incident and an incident type; and

transmitting, by the incident computing device, the location of the incident to the automated robotic vehicle;

traveling, by the automated robotic vehicle, to the location of the incident to provide emergency medical supplies for the incident to the individual, the automated robotic vehicle using at least one of floor-based markers or onboard location sensors for traveling to the location of the incident.

10. The method of claim 9, wherein the one or more bins are locked and organized based on incident types, the method further comprising:

receiving, by the automated robotic vehicle, an identification of the incident type from the incident computing device; and

unlocking one or more bins based on the incident type.

11. The method of claim 9, further comprising notifying, by the incident computing device, pre-determined types of personnel based on the location of the incident and the incident type, wherein the personnel is at least one of emergency medical personnel, one or more facility managers, or one or more co-workers of the individual.

12. The method of claim 11, further comprising notifying the personnel via a paging system within the facility.

13. The method of claim 9, wherein the incident type is at least one of a fall, a collision, and a medical incident.

14. The method of claim 9, wherein the automated robotic vehicle further includes a display, the method further comprising displaying on the display instructions to personnel responding to the individual based on the incident type.

15. The method of claim 9, wherein the automated robotic vehicle further includes two way communication capability, the method further comprising communicating with a third party using the automated robotic vehicle.

16. The method of claim 9, wherein the at least one sensor includes at least one of a shock sensor for identifying a shock registering over a predefined g-force or an audio sensor for identifying a noise registering over a predefined decibels.

17. A non-transitory computer-readable medium storing instructions for providing emergency medical assistance using an automated robotic vehicle in a facility, the instructions when executed causing at least one computing device to:

using at least one sensor in a mobile device to identify an incident occurrence;

transmitting, by a mobile application executable on the mobile computing device associated with an individual, automatically incident information to an incident computing device, wherein the incident information includes a location of the incident and an incident type;

receiving, by an incident computing device in wireless communication with the mobile computing device and an automated robotic vehicle that includes one or more bins containing emergency medical supplies, incident information from the mobile application, the incident information including a location of an incident and an incident type; and

transmitting, by the incident computing device, the location of the incident to the automated robotic vehicle;

traveling, by the automated robotic vehicle, to the location of the incident to provide emergency medical supplies for the incident to the individual, the automated robotic vehicle using at least one of floor-based markers or onboard location sensors for traveling to the location of the incident.

18. The non-transitory computer readable medium of 17, wherein one or more bins are locked and organized based on incident types, wherein the instructions when executed further cause the automated robotic vehicle to:

receive an identification of the incident type from the incident computing device; and unlocking one or more bins based on the incident type.

19. The non-transitory computer readable medium of 17, wherein the instructions when executed further cause the incident computing device to notify pre-determined types of personnel based on the location of the incident and the incident type, wherein the personnel is at least one of emergency medical personnel, one or more facility managers, or one or more co-workers of the individual.

20. The method of claim 19, wherein the instructions when executed further notify the personnel via a paging system within the facility.

21. The non-transitory computer readable medium of 17, wherein the incident type is at least one of a fall, a collision, and a medical incident.

22. The non-transitory computer readable medium of 17, wherein the automated robotic vehicle further includes a display, wherein the instructions when executed further cause the display to display instructions to personnel responding to the individual based on the incident type.

23. The non-transitory computer readable medium of 17, wherein the automated robotic vehicle further includes two way communication capabilities for communicating with a third party using the automated robotic vehicle.

24. The non-transitory computer readable medium of 17, wherein the at least one sensor includes at least one of a shock sensor for identifying a shock registering over a predefined g-force or an audio sensor for identifying a noise registering over a predefined decibels.