In an effort to create a "Health Risk Assessment" system, we utilized our global sensor network to continuously gather threat information and in the process pinpoint specific coordinates as to where our Users were located.
In an intelligent way, AERA analyzes environmental threats, such as pollution, stress events, outbreaks, and determines how these factors could influence the physiology of the idōs user.
AERA also measures all threats discovered in the area and passes that risk information on to idōs. Having a comprehensive cross section of data allows for the most targeted therapy to be recommended.
Using AERA's weather and local news information, the health risk assessment may reveal the high likelihood of a viral event. Based on this information, a therapeutic intervention is immediately recommended.
The backbone of AERA is based on this reference material: “Epidemiology” 2nd edition, World Health Organization; “Principles of Epidemiology” 2nd edition, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; “Human Health Risk Assessment”, United States Environmental Protection Agency; “Joint Medical Doctrine”, Publication 4-03, NATO; “WHO Human Health Risk Assessment Toolkit: Chemical Hazards”, IPCS (International Programme on Chemical Safety), World Health Organization.
AERA uses information from well-established organizations such as NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), USGS (United States Geological Survey), NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program, GLIDE (Disaster Database), and the USN (United States Navy, JTWC weather warnings).
Up to 50 different threats and hazards were analyzed by AERA experts in disaster medicine. There are three categories of threats and hazards: Human Caused Events (accidental or intentional), Natural Hazards (geological, meteorological, and biological), and Technological Events (blackouts, internet...).
Disaster medicine experts identified these threats contextually through raw data collection and rated them accordingly. Based on an "evidence-based" risk analysis, this medical intelligence system gathers information.
idōs uses this probabilistic analysis to decide on the best mitigation option. As a result, AERA can determine how atmospheric and environmental hazards surrounding a subscriber can affect their health (pollution, stress, disease...)
We combine spatial intelligence, Domain Awareness Vulnerability Assessments (DAVA), threat atmospherics (threat and hazard assessments), physiology and medical intelligence to provide an evidence-based therapeutic solution. This system detects nearby businesses (chemical plants...) and terrain features (canals, runoffs...) that can cause harm like poisonous gas or contaminated drinking water.
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