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DSEI 2021: Jankel and Bodytrak seek good vibrations

26th September 2021 - 09:00 GMT | by Samuel Beal in London


Bodytrak Incident Management Platform tablet. (Photo: Bodytrak)

UK partners combine in a bid to mitigate the physical burden on armoured vehicle crews.

As the physical hardships faced by armoured vehicle crews come under ever more scrutiny, Jankel has partnered with Bodytrak to develop solutions to mitigate the health risks posed by vibrations.

Sensor engineering and human-centric data analytics specialist Bodytrak intends to provide its non-invasive physiological monitoring technology to crews riding in the Jankel range of armoured vehicles.

Bodytrak stated that it provides a ‘non-invasive, in-ear device that tracks key vital signatures and transmits data in real-time to the Bodytrak Incident Management Platform to automate health, safety, and performance monitoring. The system also provides options for audio communications and hearing

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Samuel Beal


Samuel Beal

Samuel Beal is a contributor to Shephard Media and is currently reading for a master’s …

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