To expand its range of telehealth services to COVID patients, the Defense Department wants to incorporate “virtual hospital” capabilities -- including interoperable, autonomous and remote-controlled medical devices -- into its cloud-based platforms.
By collecting mobile device unique identifiers and locations anonymously on private Wi-Fi networks, the contact tracing platform can monitor potential COVID exposure and spread.
Basic research conducted at the National Institutes of Health, Defense Department and federally funded academic laboratories has been the essential ingredient in the rapid development of vaccines in response to COVID-19.
The data sharing platform offers community-level analysis of data and machine learning models to help officials anticipate emerging risks and respond proactively as the pandemic evolves.
The model draws on a variety of data sources to create alternate scenarios that can tell us what could have happened if a county in the U.S. had a higher or lower rate of mask adherence.
The Air Force is the latest to call for wearables that monitor biometric data and alert service members if they may be infected.
Greater emphasis on technology will allow cities to react faster and more efficiently to events that challenge pre-established norms.
A new computer model can give decision-makers important insights for understanding the tradeoffs between occupancy caps, virus transmission and disadvantaged populations.