OUR CORE R&D / These systems range from individual

autonomous robotic platforms to large-scale, multi-agent systems

for information management, command & control

OUR CORE R&D

These systems range from individual  autonomous robotic platforms to large-scale, multi-agent systems  for information management, command & control

Healthcare Support and Training

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Healthcare Support and Training

Charles River has expanded its research and development to focus on the field of healthcare support and training. Since 2009, we have announced multiple contract awards, including surgical training systems, a first-aid training framework, and artificial intelligence-enabled online communities to support recovering amputees. More recently, we have focused on developing therapeutic applications, decision aids, healthcare data analytics, sensors and sensing technology, and mobile training technology. We expect the DoD will benefit from these efforts through enhanced performance of DoD medical providers, including physicians, nurses, physician assistants and ground medics, as well as direct healthcare support to Warfighters and Veterans.

Related Projects:

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ADVISOR

In-theater vestibular function screening

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MEDIC

A system to automatically sense indicators of cognitive workload

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SHERLOCK

A platform for prototyping solutions on physiological, neurological, and behavioral state

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SOMBA

A standoff method for measuring physiological signals

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VIRTUOSO

Flexible SDK for ecologically valid XR immersive training

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SPIDER

A network research and contact tracing tool

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RELAX

A mobile-technology-enabled anger management tool

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LASTS

A training system to refresh laparoscopic surgical skills

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PROMPTER

A training tool to improve battlefield first-aid skills