The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will host a Proposers Day on May 16 in Arlington, Virginia, to discuss a program that aims to develop mobile technology to assess warfighters’ health condition and combat readiness.
DARPA said May 2 the Warfighter Analytics using Smartphones for Health program seeks to use data from cellphone sensors to develop algorithms that can run passive, continuous and real-time assessment of military personnel.
WASH participants will work to create algorithms and techniques to identify known indicators of physiological issues as well as irregularities with warfighters’ micro-behaviors that could indicate health problems.
DARPA plans to outline anticipated proposal requirements for the WASH broad agency announcement and answer questions from potential partners during the Proposers Day.
Interested parties have until May 11 to register for the event.