Phase I SBIR Virtual Medical Concierge Application – July 2015

Phase I SBIR Virtual Medical Concierge Application - July 2015

July 2015

Centreville, VA

Adaptive Methods, Inc. of Centreville, VA was awarded a Phase 1 SBIR contract under topic DHP15-003, Virtual Medical Concierge Application. Adaptive Methods will prototype an application to assist visitors in navigating a huge complex, such as the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC). This research will use Bluetooth Low Energy technology beacons, and leverage prior Context-aware Multi-Objective Planner (CMOP) optimization technology to provide route planning and re-planning as the visitor moves through the facility. The application will run on virtually any smart phone without any additional hardware. CMOP has the ability to combine user needs with building layout to optimize the route per user from entry into a GPS fenced zone around the WRNMMC to the user’s final destination. CMOP may be used to determine facility transit times prior to visiting. Research is expected to be performed at the Adaptive Methods Centreville location.

Adaptive Methods, Inc. ( is a developer of advanced sensor systems, sensor processing, and computing architecture products for surveillance, security and military combat systems. Adaptive Methods is based in Centreville, Virginia, with satellite offices in five states.  For additional information, contact