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  • Army outfits first vehicles with electronic stability control

    May 20, 2015

    Electronic stability control, or ESC, is a computerized technology designed to improve vehicle stability and has been common in commercial automobiles for more than a decade. Thanks to a development effort initiated in 2010 by the U.S. Army's Program Office for Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles, or APO MRAP, the entire MaxxPro Family of MRAPs will soon sport ESC. This integration makes MRAPs the first U.S. Army vehicle platform to incorporate this important safety technology.

  • Army researchers look for permanent end to Ebola virus

    May 19, 2015

    The U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases are partnering to help expedite progress in the global fight against Ebola.

  • Computer simulations improve lethality

    May 19, 2015

    With the steady increase in computing power, engineers are able to improve lethality with sophisticated computer models by eliminating unworkable designs.

  • Fort Stewart leads DOD in green initiative

    May 19, 2015

    Fort Stewart recently won gold when it was officially declared the best installation in the Army and is now on the cutting edge of harvesting gold from the skies.

  • Army researchers develop cold-spray system, transition to industry

    May 18, 2015

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has developed a novel, hybrid cold-spray system, in collaboration with the South Dakota School of Mines, which is being transitioned throughout the Department of Defense and is anticipated to save millions of dollars in sustainment costs.

  • Engineers develop ballistic wallpaper to reinforce temporary shelters

    May 18, 2015

    Army engineers have developed a novel idea of fortifying masonry structures with rolls of lightweight ballistic wallpaper with adhesive backing that can quickly be put up on the inside of the walls.

  • Tiny device could save lives on battlefield

    May 15, 2015

    Getting rapid treatment for wounds or injuries suffered on the battlefield can mean the difference between life and death. Army medical researchers recently developed "a device that will revolutionize triage," said Lt. Col. Robert Carter. In other words, it could lower casualties in the first few minutes dramatically.

  • Personality test helps ensure civilians are compatible for Army life

    May 15, 2015

    The Army has developed a personality test to determine if civilians will be a good fit for the Army. Now, a version of that test is being used to determine if Soldiers are good fits for certain special-duty assignments, and there is a possibility it could someday be used for talent management selections Army-wide.

  • Sixty new technologies aim to cut convoys to forward operating bases

    May 15, 2015

    Army research to reduce the use of fuel and water, and to reduce waste output at forward operating bases, promises to dramatically reduce the number of convoys and hours Soldiers are exposed to threats.

  • Nano-satellites may soon communicate with Soldiers from space

    May 14, 2015

    Tiny Army satellites may someday provide Soldiers with voice, data and even visual communications in remote areas, which lack such communications. Already some of that technology has been successfully tested, Dr. Travis Taylor said.

  • Army to focus on cyber strategy in tactical environments

    May 11, 2015

    The Army is analyzing cyberspace requirements and outlining potential technical investments based on its Cyber Materiel Development Strategy, released in February 2015.

  • Army demonstrates Energy Informed Operations microgrid

    May 11, 2015

    The Army tested its base camp power and energy technologies during a demonstration on Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, April 13-24.

  • Natick serves up American military combat menu

    May 11, 2015

    Let's call it the American military's latest combat menu. In its generous serving of 72 pages, the 10th edition of Combat Feeding's ration book dishes out a history of combat rations and their present state.

  • Army researchers explore ways to detect insects in food supply

    May 8, 2015

    Invasive insect species pose a considerable threat to U.S. agriculture and natural resources - making it imperative that known invasive species are detected and their introduction prevented throughout global trade pathways.

  • Miniaturization: Where good ideas, technology meet

    May 7, 2015

    Miniaturization and advances in computing have had an enormous impact on all aspects of life - especially in the realm of digital image and signal processing.

  • Redstone Test Center reaches new heights with weapon telemetry

    May 6, 2015

    Engineers at the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command's Redstone Test Center have successfully redesigned a new universal telemetry kit that can handle virtually all Hellfire data inputs from warhead replacement to tactical.

  • Ripsaw could lead Soldiers into battle someday

    May 6, 2015

    The Ripsaw Unmanned Ground Vehicle might someday take point and lead Army combat formations across enemy terrain.

  • Researchers create virtual humans

    May 5, 2015

    New research aims to get robots and humans to speak the same language to improve communication in fast-moving and unpredictable situations.

  • Picatinny engineering conventional munitions to become smart

    May 5, 2015

    Picatinny develops about 90 percent of the lethality within the Army and a high percentage for the other services as well, said Brig. Gen. Patrick W. Burden during a media day on Picatinny Arsenal, N.J., May 4.

  • 'Sentient data' may one day augment Soldier capability

    Apr 30, 2015

    "Sentient data" that can feel and perceive things might one day protect Soldiers and their networks, said a leading scientist during the 2015 Mad Scientist Conference at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., April 30.

  • Army upgrades body armor, saves money

    Apr 27, 2015

    Rather than scrap hundreds of thousands of first-generation Improved Outer Tactical Vests, a team of Army officials and engineers capitalized on smart decisions and solid testing. They devised a way to use existing equipment to upgrade the vests and extend their life cycle for just half the cost of replacement, potentially saving tens of millions.

  • Third armaments revolution set to unfold

    Apr 24, 2015

    Game-changer armament technologies come just once in a blue moon, said Michael Zoltoski, chief of the Army Research Lab's Lethality Division.

  • New Army technologies support in-flight communications, expeditionary command posts

    Apr 23, 2015

    The Army is delivering new technologies to the Global Response Force that will help transform the concept of a command post from a stationary, tented shelter to a mobile enabler for expeditionary mission command - including during operations in flight and early entry into developing situations.

  • Army base camp team to demonstrate science, technology innovations

    Apr 22, 2015

    The U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, along with the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence, will host a demonstration of base camp technologies at Fort Leonard Wood this week.

  • Students participate in research laboratory design challenge at Natick

    Apr 22, 2015

    More than 150 students, from 17 colleges and universities and three service academies, were on hand at the Natick Soldier Systems Center, April 13-17, as they partook in the 2015 Air Force Research Laboratory University and Service Academy Design Challenge.

  • Army leaders stress industry partnership on network, cyber needs

    Apr 22, 2015

    Urging industry partners to look beyond current budget constraints and plan to deliver technologies Soldiers will need in the future, Army senior leaders hosted an industry feedback forum focused on modernizing tactical network and mission command capabilities for Force 2025 and Beyond.

  • New York, New Jersey National Guard rehearse terror attack response

    Apr 20, 2015

    More than 800 Soldiers and Airmen from the New York and New Jersey National Guard tested their ability to respond to terrorist attacks during a four day exercise here, April 15-19.

  • 3-D shape database improves fit of clothing, equipment

    Apr 17, 2015

    A new database at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center is a perfect fit for America's Soldiers. The ANSUR II 3-D Shape Database uses three-dimensional shapes and contour data to improve the fit of clothing and equipment for warfighters.

  • Innovative technology destroys old munitions

    Apr 17, 2015

    Army officials have brought a state-of-the-art system, here, to destroy several historic munitions, beginning in late April.

  • System undergoes technical demonstration, heads to South Korea

    Apr 16, 2015

    An innovative system to warn of a biological attack recently underwent an advanced technical demonstration at Dugway Proving Ground, and is now in South Korea for an operations demonstration by Soldiers.

  • Army may create cyber career field for civilians

    Apr 15, 2015

    To better manage personnel, "the Army created the Cyber Branch 17 [for Soldiers] and is exploring the possibility of creating a cyber career field for Army civilians," Lt. Gen. Edward C. Cardon told senators, April 14.

  • Medical team leverages Wi-Fi, mobile health in combat operations settings

    Apr 14, 2015

    Imagine arriving at a major medical center with a life-threatening medical condition. Imagine now that this facility has no paging or cell phone capability. How will the right doctor be alerted that you need treatment to save your life? The Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center's Mobile Health Innovation Team are working to avoid a scenario, such as this, in austere, deployed hospital environments.

  • Army continues to provide rapid engineering, prototyping in Afghanistan

    Apr 13, 2015

    Despite the drawdown of American Soldiers in Afghanistan, the U.S. Army engineering community is continuing to develop rapid technological solutions.

  • Army aviation continues efforts for technology development

    Apr 13, 2015

    The Army recently extended technology investment agreements with two commercial companies to continue concept refinement and technology maturation for future vertical lift research.

  • Army looks toward fully autonomous tactical vehicle

    Apr 13, 2015

    The Army is working toward developing a fully autonomous tactical vehicle, a robotics expert recently said.

  • 3rd Special Forces Group fields new parachute

    Apr 10, 2015

    The 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) is the first unit in the special forces regiment to field the Army's new Military Free Fall Advanced Ram-Air Parachute System, or RA-1. The group's riggers were also the first to conduct the rigger and jumper new equipment training for the RA-1 Double Bag Static Line.

  • 'Better Buying Power' key to maintaining Army tech edge

    Apr 10, 2015

    If the Army is to maintain its technological edge over potential adversaries, it must improve the way it conducts business with industry partners, said one of the service's top acquisition experts.

  • Army equips first Shadow UAS v2 unit

    Apr 10, 2015

    The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Project Office has completed equipping the 1/501st Aviation Battalion, 1st Armored Division's Combat Aviation Brigade from Fort Bliss, Texas, with the RQ-7Bv2 (Tactical Common Data Link) Shadow UAS.

  • Clothing repair taught for final time at Quartermaster School

    Apr 9, 2015

    The Quartermaster School's shower, laundry, and clothing repair course recently taught the last lessons of a craft that has been around for thousands of years.

  • Lethality expert: TRADOC to publish helpful robotics doctrine

    Apr 9, 2015

    Doctrine drives training and modernization, and new doctrine to be released in January 2016, will provide impetus for growth in the rapidly-evolving field of robotics, Lt. Col. Matt Dooley predicted during the National Defense Industrial Association-sponsored Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, April 8.

  • Army accepts delivery of first M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer system

    Apr 9, 2015

    Military personnel and defense contractors celebrated delivery of the first low-rate initial production M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer to the Army during a ceremony, April 9.

  • More ground robots to serve alongside Soldiers soon

    Apr 8, 2015

    The dawning of a new age of Army ground robots will soon be here, said Scott Davis, program executive officer for Combat Support and Combat Service Support during the National Defense Industrial Association-sponsored Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference and Exhibition, April 7.

  • Fort Leonard Wood to assess new field kitchen

    Apr 7, 2015

    The U.S. Army's mobile kitchen will be put to the test on Fort Leonard Wood during a demonstration that will assess new energy-efficient appliances used to feed about 1,000 Soldiers, April 21.

  • Center shows glimpse of next-generation synthetic training

    Apr 7, 2015

    Army training will likely always involve Soldiers going to the field and firing their weapons. But in the near future, it will also involve a lot more training in "synthetic" environments to make time in the field more productive and meaningful.

  • Twenty years of energy investments pay off for Fort Knox

    Mar 27, 2015

    The Fort Knox slogan declares to all that "strength starts here." After this month, Fort Knox can claim the Army's energy conservation starts here as well.

  • Laser-based aircraft countermeasure provides 'unlimited rounds' against MANPADS

    Mar 27, 2015

    The Army expects later this year to reach a Milestone B decision with its laser-based Common Infrared Countermeasures defense system program.

  • Sensors key to preserving battlefield edge, expert says

    Mar 27, 2015

    While modernization programs across the Department of Defense have shrunk, science and technology involving sensors and other capabilities has not - at least not yet, Dr. Mike Grove said.

  • Army science advisors review technology priorities

    Mar 26, 2015

    Army science advisors, from around the world, convened at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., March 24-26, to discuss Soldiers' technology needs and priorities.

  • Army improves systems testing to deliver more capability to fight

    Mar 25, 2015

    The Army is now using high-performance computer modeling and simulation to ensure its weapons platforms and systems deliver greater effectiveness to the warfighters, said Dr. Jeffery Holland, director of U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center.

  • DoD warns troops, families to be cyber-crime smart

    Mar 24, 2015

    Department of Defense employees and their families should be vigilant when guarding personal and work information from expanding cyber-criminal activity, and to know how to recognize scammer tactics, the department's chief information officer said.

  • 'Red Team' exposing Army technology vulnerabilities

    Mar 24, 2015

    Anything deployed to forward operating outposts of 300 people or less now gets a Red Team going over, said Mary J. Miller, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for research and technology.

  • New locomotives ensure energy-efficient transport

    Mar 23, 2015

    The swift, efficient movement of freight and equipment is essential to the Army's mission, whether by air, land or sea. Fort Campbell's railroad operations are a key part of this mission to remain a premier power projection platform capable of deploying troops in 36 hours.

  • Army's largest technical library collaborates to define its 21st century future

    Mar 17, 2015

    The board of directors for the largest science and technology library in the U.S. Army met March 11 at the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center.

  • Combat rations database allows Soldiers to learn about meals, ready-to-eat nutrition

    Mar 13, 2015

    When Soldiers rip open meals, ready-to-eat in a combat zone, most people probably are thinking more about flavor and filling their stomachs than about the nutrition.

  • U.S. Army Research Institute, Harvard team up against PTSD, mTBI

    Mar 12, 2015

    Researchers from the Army and Harvard Medical School are collaborating on a Department of Defense-funded study to identify chemical biomarkers that could differentiate between post-traumatic stress disorder and mild traumatic brain injury.

  • Allyn encourages network modernization during visit

    Mar 12, 2015

    From live operational updates on board a C-17 aircraft, to satellite terminals the size of a briefcase, to wireless command posts, new communications technologies will support the Army's "ability to get there faster with a lighter footprint," Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Daniel B. Allyn said.

  • Aerial resupply lands on ground troops

    Mar 10, 2015

    The U.S. Army is streamlining efforts to provide squad- and platoon-level ground Soldiers, operating in austere environments, with an organic aerial resupply capability that will empower and sustain them on the battlefield.

  • Army Warfighter Experiment highlights new technologies

    Mar 9, 2015

    Three Army technologies were in play at the recently conducted Army Expeditionary Warfighter Experiment on Fort Benning, Georgia.

  • Unique Army tactical vehicles being integrated for Network Integration Evaluation 15.2

    Mar 6, 2015

    In preparation of Network Integration Evaluation, or NIE, 15.2, Fort Bliss, Texas, transforms into the epicenter for one-of-a-kind vehicles equipped with the most technologically advanced Army network systems.

  • Leading brain-injury experts to speak during TBI symposium

    Mar 5, 2015

    Leading Traumatic Brain Injury specialists are coming to Fort Leonard Wood for a TBI Symposium March 13 in Nutter Field House.

  • Cyber chief: Army cyber force growing 'exponentially'

    Mar 5, 2015

    The Army cyber mission force has grown "exponentially since September 2013 with 25 of 41 [planned] teams at initial operating capability," Lt. Gen. Edward C. Cardon told lawmakers, March 4.

  • Army Research Laboratory lays out science and technology priorities through 2019

    Mar 3, 2015

    The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is shaping its science and technology program to support the future direction of the Army in a way that is open and transparent to the workforce, sister organizations within the Army and potential partners across the world.

  • Army engineers define future aviation fleet

    Mar 2, 2015

    The U.S. Army science and technology community is charting the future of military vertical lift aviation that will enable warfighters to accomplish missions not possible today.

  • Army researchers return to Norway for nutrition, cold-stress study in Arctic extremes

    Mar 2, 2015

    The U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine once again partnered with the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment to study nutrition and physiological responses to cold-weather training.

  • New Army tool enhances electronic warfare capabilities

    Mar 2, 2015

    The Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool allows for greater control and enhancement of the Army's electronic warfare capabilities.

  • New process to save Army money, yield cheaper rounds

    Feb 24, 2015

    A new process at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant will make more recovered projectile bodies viable for reuse in the production of field artillery training rounds and provide the military with a cheaper and safer munition.

  • NASA test fires new rocket with Army-developed igniter motor

    Feb 19, 2015

    When the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center test fired the Peregrine rocket, Feb. 10, members of the local Army research and development community watched with great interest.

  • 'Miracle' mom sees baby's first birthday

    Feb 19, 2015

    When a terminally ill Army wife gave birth to a healthy boy at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, doctors called it a modern-day medical miracle. A year later, Yesenia Ruiz-Rojo is still alive and sharing quality time with her son, Luke, and doctors are hard-pressed to come up with another description.

  • Army Reserve launches private-public partnership for cyber warriors

    Feb 17, 2015

    In the face of ever-evolving cyber challenges, the Army Reserve has launched a private-public partnership to build its network of cyber warriors.

  • Radar mission to Ukraine proves challenging, successful

    Feb 12, 2015

    A team of Army personnel that included two depot technicians gave the Ukrainian army the ability to accurately track mortar rounds.

  • Key defense suppliers recognized for stellar delivery to warfighters

    Feb 9, 2015

    The military services are now recognizing their top contract performers using the Superior Supplier Incentive Program, or SSIP.

  • Senior leaders gather for cyber summit

    Feb 6, 2015

    The growing importance of cyber operations brought more than 100 seniors leaders from around the Army and Department of Defense to Fort Gordon, Feb. 4, to plan for the unique infrastructure needs of cyber warriors.

  • Captain captures photos out of this world

    Feb 6, 2015

    Capt. Joe Spracklen, an Air Defense Artillery Captains Career Course student, sits in the dark waiting. He has spent countless hours researching and preparing. He sets up his many pieces of equipment as he tracks the movement of his long-range target - the stars.

  • Ferrell implements new network campaign plan to move Army forward

    Feb 6, 2015

    The Army's chief information officer/G-6 announced the implementation of the Army's Network Campaign Plan, which will guide the service through near-term and mid-term development, from 2015 through 2021 and beyond.

  • Natick designs new rucksack for paratroopers

    Jan 30, 2015

    He used to be one of them, so when paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division asked Rich Landry to design a rucksack to meet their needs, he was thrilled.

  • Web portal helps commanders use resources at Integrated Training Environment

    Jan 30, 2015

    Now commanders have online access to the best practices for conducting training exercises that combine live and virtual training.

  • Odierno receives space and missile defense updates

    Jan 30, 2015

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno visited U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command headquarters, Jan. 29.

  • Army equips Stryker unit with new communications technology

    Jan 29, 2015

    Strykers in the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team/2nd Infantry Division, or 2/2 SBCT, are being retrofitted with the Army's new tactical communications network, increasing Soldiers' ability to communicate over greater distances, share mission data and maintain situational awareness.

  • Army, Air Force Joint Interoperability provides intelligence products for consumers

    Jan 29, 2015

    The U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command and the Air Force's 480th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing are taking the lead in guiding military intelligence units in the analysis of intelligence and creation of the clearest possible products for commanders and policy makers.

  • Unprecedented technology poses challenges for special ops

    Jan 28, 2015

    Terrorists are using social media to plan events, recruit, share information, propaganda, and so on. "We can detect [their activities] pretty well, but I'm not sure we know what to do about it," said a terrorism expert.

  • Improved Army system, training to increase vigilance

    Jan 27, 2015

    Soldiers of a U.S. Army research center have worked to improve training for fellow Soldiers on a quick-reaction intelligence capability that better supports the system in the field and potentially reduces reliance on reach-back and in-field contractor support.

  • Army advances bio-threat detector

    Jan 21, 2015

    The Army's second-generation Tactical Biological Detector will provide Soldiers with a lightweight, low-power, highly effective biological detector, officials said.

  • Research team shapes future of combat rations

    Jan 20, 2015

    The Consumer Research Team at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center has posted an online questionnaire that will help the center's Combat Feeding Directorate determine the direction it will take with future operational rations.

  • Counterinsurgency expert visits Fort Detrick to share lessons of modern warfare

    Jan 20, 2015

    Seated at a small table within the offices of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command's, USAMRMC, Combat Casualty Care Research Program, Dr. John Nagl nodded his head in silence as he listened to stories about the future.

  • Responsibly retrograding radioactives

    Jan 19, 2015

    Army Field Support Battalion - Afghanistan has assembled a team that incorporates expertise from the battalion, 401st Army Field Support Brigade, 4th Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade, 1st Theater Sustainment Command and beyond to take a prudent approach to retrograding equipment containing radioactive isotopes and trace amounts of radioactive material.

  • Army researchers gather to discuss aviation initiatives

    Jan 14, 2015

    Army researchers and engineers are gathering at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, Jan. 14-16, to discuss research initiatives and focus on closing technology gaps on futuristic aviation-sustainment concepts that could forever change Army aviation -- from air-vehicle design to usage and maintenance and real-time mission planning.

  • Army researchers develop batteries that don't corrode

    Jan 13, 2015

    New, lighter batteries are under development for Soldiers now, in-house, at the Army Research Laboratory here.

  • White House video highlights Army's 3-D scanning capabilities

    Jan 12, 2015

    The White House released a video documenting how a Smithsonian-led team created the first 3-D models of a president. The video highlights the use of an Army-funded Light Stage scanning system, which was key to creating the highest resolution digital model that has ever been made of a head of state.

  • Army Game Studio creates virtual training environments for Soldiers

    Jan 9, 2015

    Becoming a software developer for the "America's Army" video game at the U.S. Army Game Studio was an unlikely career choice for Matt Roberts, who was not a "big gamer" growing up. But after serving as a Soldier in the Army, Roberts was drawn to this career as a way to empower others.

  • Lightweight antenna increases Army agility

    Jan 8, 2015

    Inflatable ground satellite antennas are aiding in the expeditionary nature of U.S. and coalition forces, enabling them to achieve high-bandwidth network connectivity anywhere in the world from small deployable packages.

  • Sensors move Army closer to common environment

    Jan 7, 2015

    The Army envisions a future where sensors dynamically interact with each other while sharing information with Soldiers. Its researchers are one step closer to enabling this common operating environment through the development of a foundational software architecture.

  • Natick researchers integrate Soldier sensors

    Jan 6, 2015

    To the modern dismounted warfighter, the saying "knowledge is power" is true, especially when making quick decisions based on limited information.

  • Army salutes STEM hero

    Jan 5, 2015

    The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command recognizes employees who go above and beyond in support of science, technology, engineering and mathematics educational outreach.

  • Sensors provide broad application across Army

    Jan 5, 2015

    Sensors are everywhere in today's technology-driven world. There are sensors in traffic lights, vehicles and smartphones.

  • Army sensors research enables future capabilities

    Jan 1, 2015

    Army scientists and engineers are advancing sensors research in hopes of giving future Soldiers enhanced situational awareness.

  • Natick pitches innovation in forum for ideas

    Dec 31, 2014

    The U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, has come up with a new way to spark out-of-the-box thinking, risk-taking, and employee participation. The center implemented the "Bootstrap Initiative and Pitch Day."

  • How to report a crime to Army CID

    Dec 30, 2014

    Special Agents with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command want to remind Soldiers, civilians, and family members about how they can report a crime 24/7 to Army Criminal Investigation Command.

  • Center approves release of RACER cost estimating software update

    Dec 30, 2014

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Environmental and Munitions Center of Expertise has approved the release of a new version of the Remedial Action Cost Engineering and Requirements (RACER) software.

  • ZeroG arm takes load off Army technicians

    Dec 23, 2014

    Paint removal processes at Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pennsylvania, are getting a helping hand thanks to new technologies that reduce personal fatigue and provide significant time savings.

  • Mobile app to diagnose head injuries scores FDA clearance

    Dec 22, 2014

    The new Defense Automated Neurobehavioral Assessment is a mobile phone-based application designed to help medical providers identify cases of traumatic brain injury in almost any setting, which may help clinicians diagnose a patient in as little as five minutes.

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