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Sensors will tell about the health of the American soldier

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The command of the US Army is planning to order the development of sensors that will monitor the physical condition of the military and warn about possible jumps in blood pressure, dehydration and violation of perception due to lack of sleep, reports Lenta.ru report with reference to General Joseph Caravalho.



At a conference on medical developments, the general said that "promising sensors will also be able to signal external threats, such as chemical pollution or other extreme environmental conditions that could harm a fighter's health." The appearance of such devices is expected to 2025.

According to Dr. Jeffrey Palmer of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "continuous monitoring of biomolecular and psychological indicators of military personnel can significantly improve their effectiveness in battle." In turn, Phil Plisky of the University of Evansville stated that “monitoring the condition of the fighter will help prevent physical injuries.”

In researching the risks faced by US troops, Baylor University will help. It is assumed that about 1750 ground force soldiers will take part in testing instruments. Data on the state of health of the fighters will be collected by a computer, which will determine possible threats to health. In case of detection of such symptoms, the military will be sent for medical examination.

Earlier, the Pentagon ordered the development of portable blood test machines. With their help, in particular, it is planned to diagnose a head injury to servicemen.
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  1. saag
    saag 16 September 2014 18: 59
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    When will they come up with an automatic first aid kit? As in "Indomitable Planet" :-)
    1. Civil
      Civil 16 September 2014 19: 07
      +1
      The paramedic will diagnose after an autopsy ... Serdyuk reduced the doctors!
      1. Aryan
        Aryan 16 September 2014 20: 56
        +2
        the sensor of an erection of the American infantryman let not be forgotten ...;)
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 16 September 2014 22: 27
      +1
      Xh-heh! You can't think of a sensor for every "brain" laughing Or did someone see their infantry? I’ll go drink what is left, so that they have more idiots multiplied. Sin of course. So what to do? laughing This is "sel a vi".
      1. kayman4
        kayman4 17 September 2014 04: 00
        +1
        And they will signal whether the fighter is sleeping or not, whether he is working or phylonite - or maybe he just got scared and gave the striker from the battlefield. Not if their military is not stupid - such sensors will fail quite often.
  2. Kibalchish
    Kibalchish 16 September 2014 19: 00
    +4
    In principle, the idea is a good one. A trained fighter is expensive and care must be taken!
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 16 September 2014 19: 42
      0
      There is no concern for health here. An exceptional assessment of the current physical condition. A piece of bardzo needed in modern military operations.
  3. enot73
    enot73 16 September 2014 19: 01
    +1
    Well, the Yankees can’t serve without different gadgets. Straight Walking Compute laughing ry
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 16 September 2014 19: 45
      +2
      enot73
      Straight Walking Computers


      More likely primuses ...
      And in general, if you take into account that they learn to shoot in computer rooms and drive armored vehicles on computer simulators, they should at least stick this sensor in DOPA, it will be useless!
  4. Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 16 September 2014 19: 02
    +1
    possible spikes in blood pressure, dehydration, and impaired perception due to

    exposure to alcohol and drugs!
    All in order not to pay salaries and combat - saving the budget!
  5. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 16 September 2014 19: 04
    -1
    So let them insert the sensors right into their ... eye with a rubber glove, and transmit the real-time data on the state of the digestive system when they feel terrible ..
  6. RusDV
    RusDV 16 September 2014 19: 07
    +1
    Data on the well-being of the fighters will be collected by a computer, which will determine possible threats to health. If such symptoms are found, the military will be sent for medical examination.

    Previously, mattress mattresses could not fight without ice cream and cola, but now without a computer .... smile something hindered by a military man ...
  7. svp67
    svp67 16 September 2014 19: 11
    +1
    But nowhere to go, I hope that our specialists will very quickly offer something similar ... "Upgrade" is far from superfluous.
  8. pexotinec
    pexotinec 16 September 2014 19: 22
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    Better nanny them with handkerchiefs and a pot laughing
  9. Veteran of the Red Army
    Veteran of the Red Army 16 September 2014 19: 23
    +1
    With their help, including the planned diagnosis military head injuries


    The most needed device in the US Army, only very quickly they will fail.
  10. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 16 September 2014 19: 25
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    With pressure sensors, etc. Americans can fight only in Africa, against weak countries that don’t even have money for a berdan, ALL AMERICOS PRIVATIZED. And against us, they immediately roll off the sensors, and they will have to either turn them off or run away, which apparently they will do. soldier
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 16 September 2014 19: 50
      +2
      cerbuk6155
      And against us, they immediately roll off sensors


      Well, if, remembering M. Zadorny, in the USA a policeman who stopped a drunk Russian breathalyzer shows the level of alcohol "corpse", and this corpse is also talking ... well, as if all the fuses would go off.
  11. jovanni
    jovanni 16 September 2014 19: 26
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    Yeah, P.I. Now you won’t get it ... laughing
  12. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 16 September 2014 19: 27
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    Built-in enema with cola and chupa-chups with aspirin
  13. Evilcat
    Evilcat 16 September 2014 19: 31
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    . Equipment should be taken care of. Two divisions were landed in Normandy, and a month later one division dropped out due to elementary rheumatism. And it’s just that we and the Germans put shoes on our boots. And mattresses in boots. The result is obvious.
    And now they also come up with sensors. The soldier has diarrhea - send a helicopter. Maybe they are trying to overcome Mistral because of this? They think that we are turned on this? Well, stupid.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 16 September 2014 19: 39
      +1
      The Germans are also in boots. But the Americans were cool suede. And because of this, they perfectly gathered water.
  14. olegkrava
    olegkrava 16 September 2014 19: 44
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    Quote: saag
    When will they come up with an automatic first aid kit? As in "Indomitable Planet" :-)

    The sensors jumped and the soldier obos.rashalis is a war.
  15. Evilcat
    Evilcat 16 September 2014 19: 47
    +1
    Yes figs. In the boots there were only landings and huntsmen. And the army is in boots.
    By the way, what kind of freak came up that shabby shops for vending machines in boots shoved?
    Firstly, the junior command staff was armed with machine guns.
    Secondly, the ammunition was in 6 stores in two pouches. And they were no more.
    And most importantly - try running around the shafts with the store.
    Yes, there is still a version that threw grenades into the boots of Nemchur. A grenade, by the way, weighed a pound. It is without a defensive cast-iron shirt.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 16 September 2014 19: 50
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      Quote: EvilCat
      Yes figs. In the boots there were only landings and huntsmen. And the army is in boots.

      They had no money for boots by this time.
  16. HUMANOID
    HUMANOID 16 September 2014 19: 47
    +2
    The appearance of such devices is expected by 2025.
    Is the United States still interesting by then? smile
  17. Evilcat
    Evilcat 16 September 2014 19: 54
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    Quote: HUMANOID
    The appearance of such devices is expected by 2025.
    Is the United States still interesting by then? smile

    The question is who will produce these devices? Maybe by then the mattresses will impose yet another sanction.
    Poor, poor American goldwoman. By the way. By then, only African Americans will remain in the army.
  18. Akvadra
    Akvadra 16 September 2014 19: 57
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    The Chinese will stop supplying batteries - that's all, the pipe! Confusion and reeling. Well, how to comply with the contract without batteries ?!
  19. fridge
    fridge 16 September 2014 19: 59
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    Interestingly, there will be a sensor that will fix FEAR at the time of our aircraft flying around their connections. For example, "Donald Cook", there may even be sudden diarrhea started. laughing
  20. Old Cynic
    Old Cynic 16 September 2014 20: 40
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    Thermometer them RECTALLY, with lubrication Made in NEW !!!
  21. lexx2038
    lexx2038 16 September 2014 20: 56
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    War is the engine of progress, because it’s possible not only to shove soldiers, a bunch of dangerous professions.
  22. semuil
    semuil 16 September 2014 21: 33
    +2
    “Damn Bill’s sugar, Joe’s diarrhea, Sam’s runny nose has aggravated.” “Urgent, urgent buckwheat!” ... That's what it would look like.
  23. brdnxela
    brdnxela 16 September 2014 21: 37
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    The most important instrument for amersolders is a rectal thermometer with a paddle fluid flow meter for calculating the parameters of offensive diapers
  24. salomeeff
    salomeeff 16 September 2014 21: 56
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    And this is good! Losses will be easier to consider when one of them forgets to breathe.
  25. Leonardo
    Leonardo 16 September 2014 22: 47
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    Duc ... I represent the composition of an infantry company ... three combat platoons, and ... a tracking platoon ... "for health." Sensors, computers, interfaces.
    And then ... b-ah ... interference. And what ... do a poor American soldier do something?
  26. 1536
    1536 16 September 2014 22: 58
    +1
    The Americans would be better off realistically changing their warriors into winter shoes; winter will soon come in Ukraine. Psaki clearly does not know about this. And then in the photo they are so brave these brave ordinary Ryan, and their shoes are light, summer, even despite all the nanotechnologies that are hidden in them for the winter are not suitable. Then a thermometer in the ass just does not help. Everyone probably remembers the photo of German soldiers from the 1943 year near Stalingrad. As if these brave guys did not have to dress in women's shawls and felt boots presented by compassionate peasants.
  27. wanderer987
    wanderer987 16 September 2014 23: 46
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    The main thing is that they don’t forget to put a fecal presence sensor, or else they’ll obser and the generals won’t recognize!
  28. biron
    biron 17 September 2014 05: 38
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    More electronics, more vulnerability.
  29. Analgin
    Analgin 17 September 2014 19: 00
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    Quote: biron
    More electronics, more vulnerability.

    Just about, these mattress toppers are always muddying up everything in life - they invented all sorts of sensors, they test some kind of "soft exoskeletons" ... Not so that, like in our army, they took and replaced footcloths with socks. This is progress, I understand it! And no nuclear mushroom is scary to socks, and again the savings - no scarce chips and microcircuits, R&D costs and other things. Sheer benefit poluchatsa.