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The Golden hour challenge, applying systems engineering to life critical system of systems

Abstract : Road accidents are at the origin of numerous casualties. One of the initiatives consists of taking care of the wounded persons as soon as possible, respecting the "golden hour" rule. This rule prescribes that the earlier the wounded persons are taken care of, the less grave the after effects will be. In order to reach this goal, emergency services must be informed as soon as possible after the accident occurs. This chapter presents the stakes of the golden hour and the fast intervention of the emergency services. It then analyzes the system of the systems engineering process implemented to reach at the goal. The main keys for engineering the life-critical system of systems are also provided. The chapter concludes by highlighting the future orientations, allowing us to manage the emergency situations that evolve ceaselessly
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Jean-René Ruault. The Golden hour challenge, applying systems engineering to life critical system of systems. P. Millot. Risk Management in Life critical Systems, ISTE-Wiley, pp.41-58, 2014, 978-1-84821-480-4. ⟨10.1002/9781118639351.ch3⟩. ⟨hal-03379014⟩

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