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  1. Apr 2019
    1. One of the main problems that arise when an emergency happens is minimizing the delay time in emergency resource forwarding so as to reduce both human and material damages.

      The bottom-most fragment of the A-side's abstract

    2. It reduces the time needed by an emergency resource to arrive to an emergency area.

      Only the final highlight mentions emergency management or healthcare at all. The focus of these works is 100% technical

    1. http://www.onem2m.org/images/files/deliverables/Release2/TS-0004_Service_Layer_Core_Protocol_V2_7_1.ziphttp://www.onem2m.org/images/files/deliverables/Release2/TS-0007-Service_Components-V2_0_0.pdfhttp://www.onem2m.org/images/files/deliverables/Release2/TR-0024-3GPP_Rel13_IWK-V2_0_0.pdfhttp://www.etsi.org/deliver/etsi_gs/MEC/001_099/003/01.01.01_60/gs_MEC003v010101p.pdfhttp://www.etsi.org/deliver/etsi_gs/MEC-IEG/001_099/004/01.01.01_60/gs_MEC-IEG004v010101p.pdf

      Not one source is related to healthcare, health, or anything other than technical documentation.

    2. For a person in urgent need of medical care, every second counts.

      Urgent rhetoric

    3. Mobile-edge computing technology can help solve this problem by introducing IT cloud infrastructure computing resources. Compute nodes, along with mobile radio stations, allow deployment of latency and bandwidth hungry applications

      But there's no discussion about it actually being a problem; no citations, no references, nothing.

    4. artificial intelligence analytics to create a next generation intelligent system which can be used to solve day to day problems that are difficult for humans.

      This and the phrase before it were quite useful in constructing my final artifact

    5. ever increasing demand from end users for personalized service, better performance and a better user experience. Businesses want detailed information about their consumers, easier and secured access to devices, and greater flexibility for provisioning new services

      Business needs are discussed before we talk about healthcare

    6. By 2020, there will be billions of connected devices communicating over interconnected networks. To support this market of exponentially growing M2M devices

      The focus is first and foremost on devices, not on humans

    7. For a smart city, an intelligent, secure and integrated Traffic Control system is required to ensure smooth operation of day to day traffic as well as manage emergency vehicle movement with minimal delay.

      Finally we get to discussion of emergency vehicle movement, after talking highly about the growth rate of devices and increasing demand for business needs/

    8. optimize city traffic for emergency vehicles, and provide personalized treatment to patients in need

      This is the first mention of emergency services in the article