Researchers at the STRIVE Center are developing a fluid, intuitive exoskeleton system to improve the technology’s use in operational environments.
Assessment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Researchers at the STRIVE Center are improving methods for identifying the mechanisms underlying balance impairments in patients with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).
Model-Based Systems Engineering Analysis
We are developing a tool to evaluate the landscape of wearable sensors, algorithms, and technologies and apply them to warfighter health and performance monitoring.
Automatic Pronunciation Feedback
Powered by our automatic speech recognition technology, the Networked Pronunciation Feedback (NetProF) software application helps students practice pronunciation in foreign languages.
Vocal Biomarker-Based PTSD Screening Tool
Psychological disorders have been shown to impact speech patterns. The PTSD screening tool will be able to detect these patterns and therefore inform military healthcare monitoring.
Artificial Intelligence–Guided Ultrasound Intervention Device
Hemorrhage causes 90% of preventable battlefield deaths. AI-GUIDE is designed to address this issue by enabling medics to catheterize a major blood vessel, through which life-saving aid can be delivered, in a pre-hospital setting.
A wireless, ingestible device monitors heart and breathing rates by listening to the body's sounds and senses core temperature, all from within the gastrointestinal tract.
Physiological Status Monitoring
New sensors that gather data on a soldier's physiological state can help prevent heat-related injuries.