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Contract for Noise Robust Speech Interface for Mobile Medical Tactical Environments

(View this article as it appears in the July issue of Military Medical & Veterans Affairs Forum)

Think-A-Move Ltd. (TAM) announced that it was selected to develop a speech and
connectivity interface for mobile medical tactical environments (SCIMMITAR) by the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technical Research Center under a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research contract.

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Marine Corps Systems Command Explores Ways to Enhance On-the-move Command, Control

Think-A-Move developed the voice control system that was recently demonstrated to MARCORSYSCOM’s MAGTF C3 Program Management Office. This system would enable Marines to operate vehicle mounted C2 software applications using speech commands while on the move. Read the full story!

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Think-A-Move, Ltd. Wins Phase II SBIR to Develop Noise Robust Speech Interface for Mobile Medical Tactical Environments

Think-A-Move, Ltd. (TAM) announced today that it was selected to develop a Speech and Connectivity Interface for Mobile Medical Tactical Environments (SCIMMITAR) by the US Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technical Research Center (TATRC) under a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract. Designed to run on an Android OS based device, such as a smart phone, SCIMMITAR uses a noise robust speech recognition system...

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SNC Voice Data Entry System

Think-A-Move provided Sierra Nevada Corporation with a Voice Data Entry System (VDES) for the Transport Telemedicine Proof of Military Utility. The VDES enables a Warrior Medic to complete a Patient Casualty Report using speech, a challenging task given the 105+ dBA noise environment on a Medevac Black Hawk helicopter. The VDES transcribes progress notes that the Medic speaks, as well as completing the appropriate fields on the Patient...

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SNC Transport Telemedicine Capabilities

SNC Transport Telemedicine Capabilities

In support of Sierra Nevada Corporation’s (SNC) Transport Telemedicine (T2) capability, Think-A-Move, Ltd. provided a novel voice data entry system (VDES). As noted in SNC’s press release, the VDES enables “flight medics to use speech for entering pertinent patient information in the high noise environment of a helicopter.” As SNC’s press release further describes, this capability was recently demonstrated on...

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