something interesting. Doubt that it comes for free, though.
The wall-mounted biomed metrics dashboard was created by former biomed Fred Servillon, of Orlando, Florida. A dedicated PC running the application has a 42-inch, high-definition LCD remote display. The system reports high-risk preventive maintenance (P1) and life support (LS) devices' PM, updating every 30 minutes. It also displays “customer satisfaction survey” results. Reports of PM priorities performed by every site and monthly metrics data are automatically transmitted to management. The web-request viewer refreshes every 50 seconds to capture incoming service requests for immediate attention, and team members can use the dashboard to broadcast important announcements. It can also track weather in hurricane territory by providing the outside temperature and rate of rainfall so technicians can know what to expect before travelling to service calls.