Air Force Research Laboratory – 711th Human Performance Wing
The Air Force Research Laboratory 711th Human Performance Wing’s mission is to advance human performance in air, space, and cyberspace through research, education, and consultation. The Wing supports the most critical Air Force resource – the operational military forces. The Wing’s primary focus areas are aerospace medicine, human effectiveness, science and technology, and human systems integration.
Early detection of inadequate oxygen supply via analysis of seven exhaled breath compounds
Battlefield assisted trauma distributed observation kit
Created to enhance point-of-injury care on the battlefield, the benefits of the BATDOK software tools are directly transferable to other mobile healthcare situations
Biological cell and tissue fixation by laser irradiation
Easy to implement, chemical-free fixation achieves fixation in seconds to minutes—as opposed to hours or even days with conventional methods
Automated assessment of digital image quality and sensor...
While modeled on human seeing functions, this is a non-human, objective process to assess and test optical sensors
Supervision and control of autonomous vehicles
Better control in a one pilot, multiple autonomous vehicle environment
In vitro nanoparticle exposure system
Device offers precision capture and deposition of nanoparticles onto cultured cells
Articulating resistive conformable (ARC) spine
Load-bearing system providing dynamic flexibility for the wearer
Virally encoded protein therapeutics
Novel therapeutic design principle with the potential to rapidly respond to emergent infectious diseases
Classify Microorganisms with UV Irradiation & Excitation Fluorescence
Device to detect and differentiate biological particles, including anthrax spores, from background dust, pollen, etc.
Auditory Horizon for General Aviation
The Auditory Horizon provides pilots auditory feedback based on an airplanes pitch and roll that allows the pilot to maintain spatial orientation in...