05 August 2013

my IRAD proposal slide seven note

Here is my seventh slide note to my Human Health Graph proposal I will take the “Unlimited Pie” negotiation approach with partners (subcontractors, consultants, Consortia etc.). I attended the second International Summit for Human Simulation this May in St. Pete Beach, FL. I was part of the Standards Working Group after the first day. There are no standards for human simulation now but the members in the WG believe there is room for some. It will be a long journey to ISO standardization of some feature set for digital simulation of the human being because one has to choose where in a 100-Yr lifespan of a given gender and health state to standardized. The first step is to collect the services sold to date of the leading companies in this market. The survey results will form the basis for could be standardized and have market value. the slide content is worth reading too. Relevance and Contribution High Definition (HD) Digital Humans are relevant in any market where human safety or security is a factor in the trade of goods or services; developers want HD virtual humans for product development-BioCAD, BioCAE, BioCAM, and let's not forget about BioPrinting, 3D & 4D printing! Trusted, secure, low-cost and high speed exchange of HD digital health data, whether actual or desired from owner to retailer, vendor, supplier and/or provider at levels and quantities fit for purpose contributes to the reduction of the costs for doing business and the improvement of human health (all types—dental, mental, etc.) Markets such as Healthcare, Defense, Intelligence, Insurance, and Homeland Security are investing in human simulation which lacks ready, HD, low-cost access to longitudinal data from all ages and genders in the populace to develop goods and services in synthetic environments using the full spectrum of accredited digital humans for product decision making Business Potential, Opportunities, and Key Customers The potential for catalyzing human simulation, animation and modeling standards is huge if a significant percentage of the full human spectrum (age and gender) adopts and addicts to health graphing via a personally anthropometric avatar for several decades if not a life-thru-death time The opportunity to be first to market with the health platform built to evolve to a 100-Yr lifeline and generational bloodlines is huge—average $00s per human per year via payers and providers if not patients. Neither Google nor Microsoft personal health record initiatives are comparable because their interfaces are not optionally standalone nor anthropometric yet alone personally anthropometric via regular 3D total body scans and skin images Military Health System, Social Security Administration, NASA, ODNI, DHS, and DHHS will salivate for this technology

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