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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 12, 2021

How revolutionary force plate technology could save troops from injuries and slash defense spending | Fox News

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An emerging new force plate and machine learning technology from Sparta Science are undergoing testing to identify injury and improve the attrition rate and increase the physical readiness of soldiers. 55,000 active-duty US soldiers are deemed non-deployable because of incurred physical wounds and injuries. The technology could provide a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s physical condition by undergoing a sequence of movements on top of the 30-pound metal force plates. The software immediately identifies pain points to help medical professionals to develop recommendations.

Source: https://www.foxnews.com/tech/how-revolutionary-force-plate-technology-could-save-troops-from-injuries-and-slash-defense-spending-by-million

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