IVIR Achieves

Project: Integrated Female Trauma Simulation Architecture
Sponsor: Assistant Secretary of the Army Acquisition Logistics and Technology (ASA-ALT)
Contract number: W51701-24-C-0043
Status: In Progress
Award date (Phase II): March, 2024

Project: Mixed Reality Manikin Solution for Female Soldier Survivability
Sponsor: US Army ACC-APG-RTP
Contract number: W911NF23P0033
Status: Delivered
Award date (Phase I): August, 2023

Project:: The Prolonged Care Training System with Optimized Physiology Engine
Contract number: W912CG-21-C-0022
Status: Delivered
Award date (Base PoP): September, 2021
Award date (Option 3 PoP): December, 2022

Project: Prolonged Field Care Training No Evacuation, Now What (PFCT: NENW)System
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Defense Joint Program Committee-1
Contract number: W81XWH-18-C0176
Status: Delivered
Award date: September, 2018

Abstract: IVIR’s involvement in the Prolonged Field Care initiative is to make recommendations for changes to the current medic and corpsman training and to develop modular prototype medical simulations for Prolonged Field Care Training (PFCT). These simulation systems will consist of commercially available, off the shelf components. PFCT prepares medical first responders for “No Evacuations, Now What (NENW)” which can occur when the local tactical situation prevents medical evacuation for up to 72 hours. These simulations will give medics and corpsmen a chance to practice the types of advanced skills necessary to prepare them for the challenges they may face on future battlefields.

Project: Prototype of Joint Evacuation and Transport Simulation (JETS) System
Sponsor: Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC)
Contract number: W81XWH-15-9-0001
Status: Delivered
Award date: January, 2018

Phase 1 Abstract: This Phase 1 effort focused on creating prototype knowledge products that will interoperate and integrate with future programs within MSE. Designs for an overarching architecture, including a common, objective, and engineering-oriented lexicon, along with a governance strategy, a definition of shared services, and application programming interfaces (APIs) for interoperability were produced. A collection of architecture views was developed and presented for possible integration into the JETS Capabilities Development (CDD).

Phase II Abstract: Phase II of the program focused on Point of Injury Training System (POINTS) architecture, the second system within the overarching Medical Simulation Enterprise (MSE), System of Systems. Phase II includes additional front end research and updated DoDAF views for both the JETS and POINTS architectures. Phase II also includes a preliminary Medical Modeling and Simulation Federation Object Model (MMS FOM).

Project: Joint En Route Care Training System of Systems
Sponsor: U.S. Medical Research Material Command
Contract number: W81XWH-16-2-0064
Status: Delivered
Award date: September, 2016

Abstract: This initiative supports research that will develop plans, designs, frameworks, and/or architecture for a Joint En Route Care Training System of Systems that will ultimately contribute toward the development of a training system that allows for training across the expanded continuum and that emphasizes training and educating the healthcare provider (both the individual and the team) on how to more effectively manage patient hand-offs and transfers and improve patient outcomes.

Project: Educational, Test & Evaluation Analysis
Sponsor: U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Simulation Training & Technology Center (STTC)
Contract number: W911NF-16-C-0046
Status: Delivered
Award date: August, 2016

Base Abstract: The Base contract effort covers frontend educational and descriptive analysis, test and evaluation plans, additional tasks on research and development for 3D visualization technologies, and tailored training packages to enhance medical training for METC, USUHS, and JSOMTC.

Canine Medical Care Abstract: This effort provided research of currently available doctrine and peer-reviewed literature for specified procedures and skill levels in the performance of C-TCCC in both military and civilian environments. A cross-reference traceability matrix of identified tasks versus currently available canine simulation training modalities was completed to generate a gap analysis. This effort will help drive future canine simulation technologies.

Emotional Response Research Abstract: This effort provides a trade study on biometric feedback devices, as well as biometric input and output data, as well as, a conduct of research studies related to biometric data, use in or during training events, specifically; self-reporting verses biometrics, learning engagement measurement and assessment. The research will be correlated to determine needs for future training.

Project: Evaluation of Role 2 (R2) Medical Resources in the Afghanistan Combat Theater: Past, Present and Future
Sponsor: Institute for Surgical Research (ISR) Through the Geneva Foundation
Contract number: W81XWH-15-2-0085
Status: Delivered
Award date: September, 2015

Abstract: This study will address the lack of evidence about the impact of Role 2 medical resources in the combat theater and aims to provide clearly defined clinical competencies required for medical teams to function optimally in a Role 2 environment.

Project: Advanced Modular Manikin (AMM)
Sponsor: U.S. Medical Research Material Command Through 3D System/Simbionix
Contract number: W81XWH-14-C-0102
Status: Delivered
Award date: October, 2014

Abstract: The Advanced Modular Manikin (AMM) project created a broad platform to provide a usable manikin system that can easily incorporate future advances, from a variety of sources, into military medical training, reducing the need to create a wide variety of purpose-built, full-body manikins for each new desired capability. The AMM project produced an innovative prototype core chassis capable of accepting modular peripherals and end effectors to represent variable functionality, universal connectivity, and insertable future technological advances for scaling a manikin from a basic unit into a vastly more capable one.

Project: Combat Casualty Training Consortium (CCTC)
Sponsor: U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command/University of Missouri
Contract number: W81XWH-11-2-0155
Status: Delivered
Award date: September, 2012

Project: Medical Modeling and Simulation, Holographic Imaging Technology Applied to Medical Modeling and Simulation (HIT)
Sponsor: U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM-STTC)
Contract number: W91CRB-11-C-0153
Status: Delivered
Award date: August, 2011