How The Military Could Use A.I. To Solve Pilot Oxygen Problem

Credit: Cobham
What if the U.S. military had a system installed on its strike fighters and trainers that could monitor the cockpit environment and pilots’ breathing patterns to predict a physiological event (PE) before it even occurs? Cobham’s new breathing sensor, recently re-named VigilOx, might one day be able...

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