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War Fighter Performance and Force Protection

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Boost protects soldiers from heat illness, musculoskeletal injury, and infectious disease with the use of ATAK and smartwatch haptic alerts.

Heat Illness

Dehydration and heat illness can dramatically reduce wearer performance. At 86° F, performance decreases by 14%. Wearers can lose up to 6 liters of water per hour but can only replenish 1 liter/hour. The Boost solution is proactive and closed loop. We predict the future effects of heat by measuring exertion, sweat loss, and current and peak heat index.

Musculoskeletal Injury

Musculoskeletal injury is considered one of the top wellness issues in the emergency services. We have mapped the correlations between the key drivers of injury which are movement, fitness, fatigue, force, and environment to its outcome. We can assess your risk of injury by measuring the key drivers.

Infectious Disease

Detect illness up to 72 hours prior to the onset of symptoms.

Risk of infectious disease is increasing as humans are exposed to an ever increasing number of animal borne viruses, which reach in the millions. Most human transmissions occur from pre or asymptomatic carriers. Boost focuses on detecting the illness prior to peak contagiousness to protect the force by tracking respiration rate, oxygen saturation, sleep, resting heart rate.

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Fatigue Assessment

Assess fatigue using real-time smartwatch measurements of VO2.

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Dehydration Detection

Detect dehydration and thermal stress and prevent injury using haptics prior to the onset of symptoms.

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Illness Detection

Detect influenza-like illness prior to symptoms and smartwatch haptic alerts to meet social distance.

Overexertion injuries are the number one reason for discharge from the US Military.

12 years of research and development in the department of defense under DARPA Squad X, Warrior Web, and LSE.

Extensive Research

US Army Validated

95% accuracy compared to clinical standards using Squad X, Warrior Web, and LS3.

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Alert Using Watch Haptics

The watch tracks your heart rate and V02 while the motion pod tracks form. When the worker is at a high-risk heart rate or dehydrated the watch will alert them.

Choose Your Platform

The only all-in-one solution on a third party Samsung or Apple smartwatch.

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How it Works

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User puts on watch at the beginning of the day.

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Critical physiological & biomechanical data collected measures risk shown in green, amber, & red. If risk is too high haptic feedback alerts the worker.

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Data is continuously collected on the watch and uploaded to the cloud when connectivity is established via wifi or cellular.

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At this time, managers, executives, and workers can view the data from the dashboard on their computer or phone.