Technology startup firm Flowlab has received recognition from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association for a concept that seeks to help warfighters with battlefield trauma through artificial intelligence technology.
The company said Thursday its iFLOW AI proposal landed the top spot during the AFCEA Innovation Showcase event in Washington, D.C.
The system consists of mental health modules and will work to provide remote psychological support to help service personnel“™s physical and mental performance.
“We are honored to win first place in AFCEA“™s prestigious innovation awards for our iFLOW AI project helping warfighters and soldiers achieve peak performance while reducing the effects of trauma,“ said Jamaal Fort, CEO and co-founder of Flowlab.
Flowlab is a California-based company that offers recovery, human performance and therapeutic services.