Prototype of Joint Evacuation and Transport Simulation (JETS) System
Technical Report,01 Jan 2019,31 Dec 2019
Information Visualization and Innovative Research (IVIR Inc.) Sarasota United States
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Proper medical training is critical to ensure that Service component members are prepared for wartime deployment, with a particular emphasis to support the en route care of patients from initial point of injury through several echelons to Continental U.S. CONUS-based military hospitals. Currently, medical training is generally conducted within each Service component independently i.e., Army, Navy, Air Force, etc. and our NATOCoalition allies, with only occasional combined training. In addition, there is a wide repertoire of tools, devices, and approaches used to provide deployable training to Service members, ranging from devices e.g., manikins to computerized simulations to formal didactic training through internet-based, video, or classroom style instruction. This study and design effort systematically gathered and transformed requirements for JETS into an architecture description that provides a basis for understanding the current state of the potential component parts, the work required to achieve the Medical Simulation Enterprise MSE vision, and the staging of further development to successfully bring the full family of systems online.
- Medicine and Medical Research