Validated, objective measures of human physiological, cognitive, and emotive state
Bring your own device: wearable sensors, non-contact physiological sensing using camera technology (visual, infrared) and digital phenotyping
Intuitive data visualization for actionable feedback
Integration of sensor data with game-based applications for rehabilitation and improved health outcomes
Utilizing non-invasive physiological sensor data to develop real-time and predictive classifiers of human state
End User: U.S. Military, collegiate athletes, and professional athletes. Current users include U.S. Air force Pilots and Air Crew
Overview: Biosignature Evaluation Analysis Toolkit (BEAT) is a sensor-agnostic program that connects to a range of physiological sensors to ensure the system is hardware agnostic and is able to evolve with technology. The portfolio is capable of addressing cognitive and affective states for service members and athletes. In addition to monitoring stress, workload, pain, engagement, and core body temperature.The data derived from the BEAT portfolio of sensors can be used to reduce or prevent repetitive overuse injury rates and assist in modifying physical therapy based on an individual’s physiological state.
End User: Upper limb amputees
Overview: ADAPT-MP is a mobile, game-based telerehabilitation system developed for upper limb amputees. It was designed to provide amputees with a more engaging way of training with their myoelectric prosthesis devices. ADAPT-MP consists of 4 dinosaur-themed games that provide progressively more difficult training regiments. Following the completion of a game, the performance and EMG data is sent to a web portal where physical therapists can access and review the objective results.
End User: PTSD Veterans undergoing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Overview: MSAT is the Mobile Stress and Anger Analysis Tool, a mobile application designed to monitor user stress and sleep levels and provide real-time interventions. Leveraging a wearable sensor, MSAT tracks stress levels through DI’s patented Operational Stress Index .Alerting the user when they enter a stressful state, the system prompts users to utilize relaxation techniques to help reduce their stress levels.The system links to a web portal that can be leveraged by users to match their stress levels, or in clinical cases a therapist, to provide contextual information that can be used to adjust therapy.
End User: Naval firefighters, Army Rangers, U.S. Marshalls, Police Cadets, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist
Overview: The Biosignature Analytics (BSA) division has developed a series of classifiers of human performance by leveraging non-invasive wearable sensors such as smart clothes and wrist-worn sensors. These classifiers include the Operational Stress Index (OSI), Operational Pain Index (OPI), Learning Engagement Index (LEI), mental acuity (SHARPR), and resilience. These classifiers have been leveraged in training, clinical, and operational environments to monitor and provide real-time adjustments to improve human performance.