Registration is FREE but requested (in order to size venue)

There are many commercial wearable devices oriented to consumers, but these devices do not provide actionable information to first responders who must operate in austere, dangerous environments. Progress will be reported on wearable sensors and analytics that can keep first responders safe from a variety of injuries, including overheating and musculoskeletal overuse, and also enhance human performance. An open system architecture to integrate multiple sensors will also be described.

  Date and Time




  • 2 Court St
  • Nashua, New Hampshire
  • United States 03060
  • Building: Nashua Public Library
  • Room Number: Large Conference Room (Basement)
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    • This a joint meeting, sponsored by: New Hampshire/Green Mountain/Maine Jt Chap, EMB18
    • Co-sponsored by: NH Computer Society and NH Joint Communications/Signal Processing Societ

  • Co-sponsored by New Hampshire Section Jt. Chapter, Communications/Signal Processing
  • Starts 13 September 2018 02:27 PM
  • Ends 25 September 2018 04:30 PM
  • All times are America/New_York
  • No Admission Charge
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Dr. Brian Telfer of MIT Lincoln Laboratory, , Lexington, Massachusetts, United States, 02420


Wearable Real-Time Physiological Monitors for Austere Environments


6:30 - Welcome, Mingle, Network (talk setup ~6:50)

7:00 - Technical Talk

7:30 - Q & A

PLEASE NOTE:  The Nashua Public Library now requires a parking fee, up until 7 pm.  There is a parking meter at the walkway up to the library, where one can use coins or credit cards, and enter in your space number. (More information about cost TBA.)