Each BUMBLEance in our fleet has an upgraded Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 519 chassis fitted with a 190 horsepower engine. The Sprinter also boasts the top-of-the-range Advanced Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) safety system, which makes the driving experience extremely safe for operators and passengers alike.

Our BUMBLEances are also fitted with an Acetech system, with its state-of-the-art control, monitoring and tracking system incorporating real-time remote diagnostic and reporting capability. Custom-designed for emergency vehicles (EMVs), Acetech integrates seamlessly with the OEM vehicle networks and vehicle conversion electronics, capturing all aspects of vehicle operational data. This allows BUMBLEance to receive real-time data, with a live map showing vehicle location, speed and current operational status. A suite of purpose-designed reports provides detailed historical information and analysis on every aspect of the vehicle’s dynamic and static performance.

 

 

 

 

 

When a child is on board a BUMBLEance, we track the journey so that at any given time, we know exactly where the ambulance is, how much fuel it has left, distance covered, and battery voltage level. We work hard to ensure that every single BUMBLEance journey will take place without interruption, thus eliminating unnecessary stress and travel concerns.

BUMBLEance’s advanced mobile internet and Wi-Fi connectivity supports online productivity tools for crew and authorised personnel, and facilitates the real-time transfer of data from on-board medical equipment to remote servers. BUMBLEance has ultra-modern medical and inter hospital communication systems. Each vehicle has a Control4 Automation system, and 2 TB network storage drive which can all be controlled via a smartphone or tablet app.

Our ambulances provide a fun environment for sick children, including an on-board entertainment system:

o Dune media player
o 19” LED TV
o Playstation games console
o iPad Mini
o NUBI system
o Dual channel Wi-Fi hotspot
o Live streaming from the internet
o Skype calls