Mobile Virtual Interactive Presence Capability for Combat Casualty Care

Period of Performance: 09/30/2016 - 02/28/2019


Phase 2 SBIR

Recipient Firm

Neya Systems, LLC
145 Lake Drive Array
Wexford, PA 15090
Firm POC
Principal Investigator


During combat a soldier may incur treatable injuries beyond the expertise of the combat medic. Addressing this by deploying more knowledgeable Medical Officers per-squad could be life-saving and significantly improve battlefield injury recovery. However, limited resources often prevent deployment of such expertise per-squad. During our Phase I RACC development, Neya Systems has successfully demonstrated the feasibility of a novel solution to this very problem: deployment of a Medical Officers expertise without deploying the Medical Officer. In Phase II, we are providing robust feature tracking in the presence of local scene motion, including off-camera motion and full scene changes; extending Phase I EUD feature tracking implementation to include cloud-based processing and service architecture to enable offloading of complex processing; developing a browser-based interface tool suite for static and dynamic annotation design, and placement, synchronized across the RACC network; and extending the UCS System Architecture to include RACC data structures and fully integrate with Neyas existing cloud-based infrastructure.