Army Research Laboratory

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Army Research Laboratory
Army Research Laboratory is listed in the Laboratories Research & Development category in Hyattsville, Maryland. Displayed below is the only current social network for Army Research Laboratory which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Army Research Laboratory on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

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2800 Powder Mill Rd
Hyattsville, MD 20783
(301) 394-2515

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  • 2800 Powder Mill Rd
    Hyattsville, MD 20783
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  • Phone: (301) 394-2515
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The U.S. Army Research Laboratory funded USC Institute for Creative Technologies developed Bravemind, an immersive, interactive military simulation that's designed to deliver exposure therapy for military servicemen with PTSD. Bravemind uses computer-generated imagery accompanied by realistic sensory stimuli-sounds, vibrations, even smells provided by a machine loaded with vials of scents-to approximate the circumstances of a veteran's traumatic memories. The software's 14 environments, ranging from remote Afghan villages to crowded Baghdad markets, include attackers, bombs, and innocent bystanders. The use of VR technology offers unique capabilities for the treatment of PTSD not only because it allows interactive, multi sensory and immersive environments to be readily created that can be tailored to a patient's needs, but also because it provides the ability for clinicians to control, document, and measure stimuli and patient responses, offering clinical assessment, treatment and research options that are not available via traditional methods. #NationalPTSDAwarenessDay
STRIVE and Bravemind are two forms of virtual reality approaches to preventing and treating post-traumatic stress in service members and veterans from the Ir...

The Local-Rapid Evaluation of Atmospheric Conditions (L-REACĀ®) System, invented by researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in New Mexico, was licensed to Diamond-B Technology Solutions in Billings, Mont., earlier this month. The system is an automated, 24/7 emergency response decision aid for hazardous airborne release incidents. It improves situational awareness by providing near-instant information on local weather conditions during life-threatening incidents like forest fires, chemical attacks and train derailments. #ARL25 #Collaborate #Innovation
Those responding to large brush fires like this could find the L-REACĀ® brand of meteorological sensor system a useful tool. (Photo Credit: Shutterstock)

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Today is the first day many of the Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science [GEMS] students begin their summer experience at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. GEMS is an Army-sponsored, summer STEM enrichment program for middle and high school students that takes place in participating Army Research Laboratories. The program is designed to provide hands-on activities in areas such as science, engineering, mathematics, computational sciences, computational biology, biomedical sciences, chemistry and biology. #STEM #GEMS2017 #Innovate

Today is National Hydration Day. Temperatures are expected to reach dangerous levels in some parts of the country within the next week. Be sure to stay properly hydrated. #USArmy

The Army Research Laboratory expanded West Point - The U.S. Military Academy cadets knowledge of #robotics research during a three-week internship at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland! Watch the video and read more: https://www.army.mil/article/189960