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MTEC is working to prevent injuries and accelerate the development of medical solutions. We deliver them faster and more efficiently to those who serve.
Here's a fantastic opportunity: Applications are now open through 1/31/22 for the #MedTechInnovator 2022 awards for all early and mid-stage medical device, diagnostic, and digital health companies. Enter for a chance to win up to $500,000 in prizes. https://buff.ly/3DOiU4w
LifeLens Technologies is developing a wearable sensor with hypoallergenic and stretchable microelectronic components and bioadhesives. Last week @TheTATRC's MMSIV lab tested the wearability, connectivity, and usability of HRAPS with medics: https://mtec-sc.org/lifelens-physiologic-monitoring-platform-ascent/
#ProjectConvergence 2022 testing continues!
Today, TATRC's MMSIV lab had 3 medics joon us from MRDC HQ, WRAIR, & RIID for device testing in support of #PC22! Medics tested the wearability, connectivity, and usability of HRAPS. 4
We use OTAs to accelerate the development of revolutionary medical solutions to help treat and heal our military and veterans.
A special contracting tool called a consortium other-transaction authority (OTA) agreement helps @usamrdc move more quickly to get products to the warfighter. Learn more about the program in the latest from #ArmyALT here. ⤵️
#ArmyAcquisition | @MTEC_SC
Project Highlight💡: Early detection of #COVID19 is critical. @fitbit is working to further validate its COVID-19 algorithm through a prospective study with @NorthwellHealth to bring wearable illness detection capabilities to its users. Read more. https://buff.ly/3cK9cVx
Did you see our August project highlight? As injury threats to the Warfighter evolve, advanced computational modeling provides a powerful approach to assess injury risk. @SwRI developed a computational model of the human body to assess these risks. https://buff.ly/2W9fgSb