TITLE

Fighting fit

AUTHOR(S)
Firth, Niall
PUB. DATE
July 2005
SOURCE
Engineer (00137758);7/25/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7680, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on electronics company, Hidalgo's deal to supply the United States Army with Equivital Life Monitor (ELM), a miniature bio-sensor technology that monitors soldiers' health in the battlefield. Chest-mounted system that uses an array of sensors to assess a soldier's physiological status; Hidalgo managing director Justin Pisani's claim that the ELM is the first physiological monitoring system that is practical for use by soldiers in the field; Difference between the ELM and the traditional monitoring system.
ACCESSION #
17929267

 

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