Detect-to-Identify Individual Wearable Monitor

Focus Area:
Detect-to-Identify Individual Wearable Monitor

Detection and Identification

Description:

Develop a wearable chemical sensor for immediate protective actions that is capable of rapidly distinguishing and automatically alerting on aerosol and vapor chemical hazards, Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) hazards, and enriched or deficient oxygen levels from background. It shall have detection range from immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) down to permissible exposure limits (PEL) or acute exposure guideline levels (AEGL)-1 for each target chemical.

Project Cost: $1.914M

Project Duration: 12 months

Operational Impact:

The system will provide continuous monitoring for chemical threats in a wearable package. This continuous automated monitoring will dramatically increase the user’s safety from dangerous chemical, flammable, and oxygen deficient environments while not taking their attention away from the task at hand or adding a significant weight burden. The primary target chemicals are chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, and sarin.

Deliverable:

Five (5) Detect-to-Identify Wearable Systems

Performer:

N5 Sensors, Inc.

End Users:

DoD, USMC/CBIRF, FBI, and First Responders

Transition:

Will be commercially available from N5 Sensors, Inc.