Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded a ~$1M multi-phase contract from the US Department of Homeland Security to develop a system for Monitoring and Inspecting Dirty Nukes Including Generating Heat Maps of Terrain (MIDNIGHT). MIDNIGHT will enable multiple coordinated unmanned aircraft to survey, detect, and localize nuclear threats in challenging and dynamic public spaces.
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded a ~$250K grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop Neurosurgical Planning with Robust Eloquent Area Delineation from Individualized Connectivity-Based Techniques (NeuroPREDICT). NeuroPREDICT is a software application that applies machine learning to medical imagery, enabling brain mapping of neurosurgical patients before surgery. 
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded ~$400K contract from the National Cancer Institute to develop a privacy-preserving Wearable Health Informatics Platform for Extensible Research (WHISPER). WHISPER is an informatics tool for securely acquiring, querying, analyzing, and visualizing patient data. It integrates and harmonizes data from multiple wearable devices to measure cancer and symptom progression. WHISPER will support large-scale cancer research and improve health outcomes in cancer populations.
Monday, March 15, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded a $140,000 contract from the US Navy to develop a Core Combat Architecture (COCOA).
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded a ~$500K contract from the US Navy under the Office of Naval Research’s Minerva Innovative Naval Prototype (INP) program to develop Probabilistic COA Reasoner Enhanced by Meta Reinforcement Learning (PERCIVAL-MERLIN). Potential adversary actions will be predicted using a unique reinforcement learning approach within AI agents, and presented to commanders in a way that’s easy to understand
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Charles River Analytics announces the appointment of Dr. Mica R. Endsley to our Board of Directors. Dr. Endsley is President of SA Technologies and former Chief Scientist for the US Air Force. With over 200 scientific articles on situation awareness, decision making, and automation, as well as training programs and two books to her name, Dr. Endsley is internationally recognized for her thought leadership and groundbreaking work on systems that support human situation awareness and decision making.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Charles River Analytics Inc., developer of intelligent systems solutions, congratulates David Nartker and Nishanth Navali, recipients of the 2020 Great Promise Award (GPA)!  Our GPA program identifies exceptional interns and fosters their development and retention. Each winner receives a $500 bonus and an offer for another internship or a full-time position, if a hiring need exists.
Monday, January 25, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded a $957,000 contract from the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium for a project called MSTAT, Mobile System for Trauma Assessment Training. MSTAT presents an opportunity for Charles River to transform its medical training capabilities into a commercial product, one that lets users practice medical assessment and treatment skills within unlimited scenarios and receive feedback and guidance in the form of best-practice notes.
Friday, January 22, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded nearly $1M from the US Army to develop Autonomous Ruggedized Combat Casualty Care – Intervention (ARC3-I). ARC3-I is an agent-based algorithm that uses hierarchical representations of interventions to flexibly direct and assist human and robotic caregivers. This direction helps human-robot teams provide life-saving techniques and strategies for trauma care on the battlefield, known as Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC).
Friday, January 15, 2021
Personnel in civilian health systems and in deployed military settings must be prepared for the worst-case scenario: mass casualty incidents, in which extreme numbers of critically injured people overwhelm available resources. Responding to these events is complicated and resource-intensive; an elaborate combination of medical personnel and other responders work in synchrony, often with little preparation, to save as many lives as they can. Executing a mass casualty response is made even more difficult by an absence of tools that allow personnel to practice critical skills.

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