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.
Friday, January 15, 2021
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Charles River Analytics was awarded $1.6M in additional funding from the US Navy to develop Adaptive Perception Behaviors (APB). APB embeds intelligent behavior optimization into a maritime smart camera with a pan-tilt mount to create an autonomous camera system that can detect, classify, and track ships, as well as determine if inspection is necessary to ensure safe navigation.
Monday, January 11, 2021
Charles River offers virtual training applications to develop medical skills, systems that measure trainee performance within training systems, as well as research and enabling tech that can support and enhance any training program.
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
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