Pilot Wrist Computer System (PWCS)

Period of Performance: 03/03/2011 - 01/03/2012


Phase 1 SBIR

Recipient Firm

VoiceLever, Inc.
7349 148th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Principal Investigator


ABSTRACT: Extremely small, portable, lightweight, and ruggedized PC with open standards, secure operation and networking - not handheld - but worn and operated by touch, and/or hands free by voice command and speech response. Designed for personnel on the move. Ready and immediate access to a high resolution, visual display on the wrist/forearm. Software, hardware, and enclosures support an extensive range of standard attachments, from radios to cameras to location and physio sensors and their data. Marking and proximity alerts to wearer. Designed for Broad team visibility. Power, light, and noise signature management. BENEFIT: Situational Awareness Force Multiplier. Rapidly Selectable Wide-area and individual views on a wrist display. Track and see what aerial, dismounted troops, and vehicle cameras are available, select, and see. Common operating picture of team member locations and individual visual perspectives. Rapid access to any available field of view, and individual sensored data (physio and logistical). Open Platform for support of legacy systems, operable on the move - no "handheld" components - designed for hands-and-eyes-free operation for hands-and-eyes-busy personnel. Architected for Multimodal input and output, secure video, sound, and sensor data collection and distribution. Military: Pilot, warfighter, support and command personnel. Police. Border Patrol. Medical. Search and Rescue. Emergency Response. Homeland Security. Fire. Enterprise mobile data collection and data entry. On-the-fly, paper and keyboardless, hands-free digitization of observations. Digital advantages from security to integration of data/visualizations.