Shahrizal Ide Moslin
Shahrizal Ide Moslin joined the National Space Agency in 2006. He graduated from UiTM in 2002 in Geomatics. Later, he obtained his Masters in Space System Engineering from Delft University of Technology in 2011. Currently, he is with now the Space Application and Technology Development in the Space agency.

Implementation of Satellite-Based Positioning in Emergency Medical Services in Malaysia: An Inclusive Innovation Project
Agensi Angkasa Malaysia (Angkasa Malaysia) have been developing a space-based positioning Emergency Medical Services (EMS) called the Rural Emergency Medical System (REMS). The system was developed with the corporation of The Malaysian Red Crescent (MRC) and funded by Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) under the 2013 Inclusive Innovation Fund. REMS uses Global Positioning System (GPS) in locating the exact position of an emergency. Time wastages and communication loss between the patient and EMS agency operator by phone call will be minimized since the incident location will be displayed on a digital map and the patient health information are already in the system database. This paper will demonstrate the development to the implementation of the system. In addition, this paper also will discuss the future plans of REMS and commercialisation of the system.
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