High tech and the military go hand-in-hand. The Armed Forces are often the first adopters of new technology to give them a competitive edge. Dual-use technologies are the same innovations being used in the defense sector and later embraced across other areas of society (e.g. Defense Department’s DARPA invented the Internet). Hopefully, some healthcare technologies used in the military can later diffuse into the civilian sector. Adding to the list of advancements, Zansors is developing small but mighty wearable sensors that provide important situational analytics.
Wearable sensor technologies are a crucial step forward in supporting the health of our troops, changing the way we train and deploy, and maximizing the capabilities of our warriors. Nicole Stout, VP of Medical Affairs at Zansors, elaborates on the potential applications of Zansors’ technology in this video:
With such comprehensive information gathering, the military can operate while minimizing undue risk to personnel. Going into dangerous areas and grappling with extreme external conditions, Zansors’ technology will assist in making sure that every soldier is able to perform his or her best, as comfortably and safely as possible.
Zansors is committed to creating digital solutions for hitherto unmet needs. The amazing advancements we’ve so quickly seen thanks to technology’s rapid development means that we can help people in ways before not thought possible. By thinking creatively, Zansors continues to innovate real, powerful solutions for the US military mission, changing the way we approach soldier care and empowering the Armed Forces with the personal health analytics that they, more than anyone, require.