Attention Control Systems (ACS) located in Mountain View California is exhibiting their Planning and Execution Assistant and Trainer (PEAT), a handheld computer system at ATA 2012 from April 29 to May 1, 2012.
PEAT is a unique Android-based application that aids individuals and soldiers with TBI and PTSD and other individuals with memory, attention, and cognitive disorders. PEAT provides cues over an Android-based smart phone to support individuals through daily activities while monitoring their progress and is able to adjust schedules in response to changing situations.
The new release of PEAT is integrated with an advanced version of AFrame Digital’s MobileCare Monitor™ system. This system provides real-time continuous health and safety monitoring for seniors, patients managing chronic conditions, and other at-risk individuals. The system includes a wristwatch-based personal monitoring device embedded with a patent-pending heart rate sensor design.
“The integrated application of PEAT with MobileCare Monitor is due to the successful collaborative research conducted under a contract for DARPA and the Office of the Secretary of Defense,” explains ACS CEO Rich Levinson.
AFrame Digital COO Bruce Wilson says, “Promoting the independence and engagement of injured soldiers has been a long standing research objective of AFrame Digital under SBIR contracts from DARPA dating back to 2005.”