MRISAR's R&D: Emergency Medical Life Signs Monitor, Caras II
MRISAR's current R&D Emergency Medical Life Signs Monitor project, Caras II. It was originally designed in 1997 by MRISAR’s R&D Team Leader John Adrian Siegel. It has Adaptive Tech accessories for the disabled. It is an advanced portable, emergency medical version of Caras 1 (which was prototyped in 1991). This system is able to monitor numerous patients simultaneously and locate them within an area of ¾ of a mile. The numerous Caras Sensor Modules that come with the Caras II Base Unit, are designed to be attached to each prospective patients and for fast setup and tracking of patients in disaster situations or in hospital settings. The portable base unit features automatic testing, alarms and tracking along with a solar recharging kit.
MRISAR is still trying to obtain funding for the marketable version of this device.
Profit from exhibit sales help to fund our own Philanthropic R&D that has been presented before and/or published and awarded by: the United Nations, NASA-Emhart, Stanford, Cambridge, ICORR, ROMAN, IEEE, Discover Awards, International Federation of Robotics (IFR), etc. Our 1990's circa, original innovative R&D in "Facial Feature Controlled Technology" and "Artificial Sense of Touch Technology" (Adaptive Technology prototypes for the disabled), has helped pioneer those fields! We were the only company in the world to be awarded an entire chapter regarding our work in the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) “World Robotics; Service Robotics, 2011”.
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