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Stephen C Jacobsen, Roland Wyatt, Stephen C Peterson, Tomasz J Petelenz: System for remote monitoring of personnel. Thorpe North & Western, March 6, 2001: US06198394 (476 worldwide citation)

A system for remotely monitoring personnel status includes a plurality of sensors disposable on a soldier or other person for developing signals which may be used to determine the physiologicalal status. The sensors communicate with a soldier unit which can process the information to ensure that the ...


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Jacobsen Stephen C, Peterson Stephen C, Wyatt Roland, Petelenz Tomasz: System for remote monitoring of personnel. Sarcos, June 10, 1998: EP0846440-A2 (63 worldwide citation)

A system for remotely monitoring personnel status includes a plurality of sensors (22, 24, 26, 30) disposable on a soldier or other person for developing signals which may be used to determine the physiological status. The sensors communicate with a soldier unit (50) which can process the informatio ...


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Nathaniel M Sims, Nhedti Colquitt, Michael Wollowitz, Matt Hickcox, Michael Dempsey, Reed J Hoyt, Mark J Buller, John S Ames: Life sign detection and health state assessment system. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA REPRESENTED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, THE GENERAL HOSPITAL CORPORATION, Drinker Biddle & Reath, June 27, 2017: US09687195

A wearable platform embodied in a belt or patch provides physiological monitoring of soldiers during field operations or trauma victims at accident sites and makes health state assessments. The platform includes sensors for heart rate, body motion, respiration rate and intensity, and temperature and ...