DTS In-Ear Exposure Sensors (IEES) Measure Blunt Impact & Blast Overpressure
As part of an SBIR contract through the Defense Health Agency, DTS is developing in-ear exposure sensors to help protect military personnel. DTS is proud to share the abstract we originally planned to present in-person at the 2021 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), which was unfortunately canceled this year due to the pandemic.
Detection and measurement of potential injury due to blast overpressure and blunt impact have been priorities of the US military for many years. The DTS groundbreaking
6DOF blast dosimeter is much smaller and more accurate than any other system. Testing has proven that the prototype is able to both recognize and capture blast even at <1psi, a range not often captured by other devices. This dosimeter device is powered by a hearing aid battery and weighs <3g and can be integrated with other protective equipment like helmets, footwear and tactical headsets while remaining unobtrusive to the wearer.
MHSRS is the Department of Defense’s premier scientific meeting that focuses specifically on the unique medical needs of the Warfighter. The annual educational symposium brings together healthcare professionals, researchers, and DoD leaders. The original DTS Abstract was titled Standardization of Blast and Unconventional Exposure Novel Injuries – Developmental Efforts of In-Ear Exposure Sensors.
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