Stabilization

The CLIP system aids high quality support and care by providing:

  • Deployment in high level care in austere environments
  • Integrated combat casualty care
  • Enhanced patient safety

Treatment

The CLIP system can ease the burden of the battlefield medic in the following ways:

  • Providing assisted fluid resuscitation in combat settings
  • Serving as force multiplier
  • Improving combat casualty care
  • Deploying easily

Transport

The CLIP system aids high quality support and care by providing:

  • Flexible deployment in transport environments
  • A key component of autonomous care systems
  • Enhanced decisions support during transport care

Special Operations

The CLIP system aids high quality support and care by providing:

  • Providing high quality support, care, and treatment
  • Adding a key component to autonomous care systems
  • Providing high level care in austere environments
  • “The development of the Autonomous Care System will provide an integrated hardware ‘system of systems’ controlled by software algorithms that affords appropriate intervention in the absence of a skilled caregiver.”
  • (From the Office of Naval Research Autonomous Care website)
    Dr. Timothy Bentley
    Director
    U.S. Office of Naval Research