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IVIR Inc. has received a SBIR Phase 2 contract for the Combat Casualty Training “Mixed Reality Manikin Solution for Female Soldier Survivability”.

This effort aims to address two main problems: the need for an open architecture to support the integration of simulation components for  a ”best in class” female trauma simulation system, and the need to include medical simulation in the Synthetic Training Environment (STE).  IVIR Inc. proposed the use of the Joint Emergency Trauma Simulation (JETS) architecture to address both problems. JETS provides a collated view of the patient generated by the disparate systems responsible for parts of the hybrid simulation system.

The modularity and scalability of JETS is well suited to meet the needs of the project by avoiding vendor lock-in and by providing a solution that can be used both today and the future, adapting to the changing needs of medical training.

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IVIR Inc. receives notification of selection for Phase 2 SBIR for the Combat Casualty Training “Mixed Reality Manikin Solution for Female Soldier Survivability”.  IVIR proposed an Integrated Female Trauma Simulation Architecture utilizing our previous efforts on the Joint Emergency Trauma System (JETS).

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IVIR Inc. has completed the delivery of “The Prolonged Care Training System with Optimized Physiology Engine (PCTS)” to the US Army Futures Command.  The system developed is a virtual-reality (VR) simulation training system that can present pre-programmed signs, symptoms, and vital signs at pre-determined times using a physiology engine that has been vetted by subject matter experts. This system is intended to train prolonged field care over an expedited period of time.

The system is designed to support crawl, walk, and run phases of training. In crawl phase, the learner is prompted step-by-step through the procedure. In walk phase, the learner is not automatically prompted but the learner can access the tutorial information when needed. In run phase, the learner can only access information that would typically be available on the job and does not include any hints or tutorial messages.

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IVIR Inc. has been award a Phase 1 SBIR for Combat Casualty Training “Mixed Reality Manikin Solution for Female Soldier Survivability”.   Our solution is an open architecture that enables interoperability between dissimilar medical simulation systems known as the Joint Emergency Trauma System JETS. The JETS architecture allows more than one system to subscribe to a single data point; for example, both a patient monitor and a patient simulator can subscribe to the same set of vital signs produced by a single physiology engine.

The strength of JETS is that it is optimized to facilitate integration between simulation manufacturers and developers with minimal intrusion into the internal operations of their products.

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IVIR Inc. has been awarded a Phase 3 option to current contract for “The Prolonged Care Training System with Optimized Physiology Engine (PCTS)”.  This effort is to provide an integration platform. That will create a package for other vendors to access the Joint Emergency Trauma Simulation (JETS) federation more easily.  The delivery includes how vendors can use the platform to join the JETS federation, and because the platform provides a REST API, vendors can access the platform with little to no assistance.

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The IVIR team continues to work diligently testing and evaluating the JETS system in preparation for the live demonstration to be held at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio, TX. The JETS demonstration system is intended to show facets of training exercises that were selected to best showcase the core capabilities of the JETS architecture and how JETS can potentially benefit military medical training in the future. The main goals of the JETS demonstrations are to showcase modularity, usability, scalability, joint training support, and to show the ability to complement operations organizations for medical training (from unit to brigade level training).

The JETS architecture is an enabling system and does not create systems but enables the intercommunication between other systems used for training. Using a standardized Medical Modeling and Simulation Federation Object Model (MMS FOM), JETS establishes a standard language to enable communication between patient simulators, learning management systems (LMS), tactical simulation systems, logistics systems, or any other system used for training. JETS allows users to tie systems together to create larger joint training exercises.