The Extraction Zone App Helps First Responders Make the Correct Cuts

 - Apr 5, 2011
References: bohemianinnovation & autoblog
The Extraction Zone app is designed to aid first responders trying to free people from crashed cars with the Jaws of Life. The app was created by Texas-based Bohemian Innovations and is designed to help first responders make cuts in the right locations of a car by showing the car's airbags, seatbelt pretensions and electrical systems.

Time is everything when it comes to saving people trapped in crashed cars. The app would have its own database listing information for the most popular cars on the road as well as for the newer hybrid and electric cars. The Extraction Zone app would save precious minutes that would otherwise be spent looking online for car manuals or calling dealerships. The app is still just a concept, but I could see it being picked up by a major car manufacturer or two. A lifesaving and innovative app like this shouldn't go unknown for long.