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Wearable Sensors & Medical Devices

LMI develops medical device and wearable sensors solutions to identify and acquire essential technologies to combat threats from diseases such as COVID-19.

LMI leads the way in military medicine with our work to define, develop, and deliver critical medical devices to our service members. Our technical prowess with medical equipment enables us to manage the U.S. Army's entire medical device catalog, from critical supplies at the point of injury to cutting edge diagnostic imaging systems. We develop innovative medical device solutions to safely administer vaccines and therapeutics, and work with industry to identify and acquire essential technologies to combat threats from diseases such as COVID-19. 

  • What We Do

    Harnessing Sensor Data

    More and more sensors are adding to exabytes of data collection each day. However, capturing this data is only part of making it useful. With an integrated end-to-end process for sensor technology, data is transformed from information to answers.

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Brant Horio

Sr. Fellow, Applied Research & Partnerships 571-633-7838

Brant Horio

Sr. Fellow, Applied Research & Partnerships

Brant Horio leads and develops a large team of data scientists, operations researchers, and computational modelers. He heads the development of capabilities and data science strategy for the evolving technology landscape of artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud, DevOps, ModelOps, as-a-service technologies, and the democratization of data science.