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May 12, 2015
EARLY INITIATIVES WILL INCLUDE LOCATION-AWARE AND EXOSKELETON WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY
McLean, VA — Tools that help isolate and control hospital-acquired infections and improve surgical outcomes. Solutions that give organizations the power to secure sensitive information on mobile devices based entirely on the device’s location. Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) today announced these and other initiatives are coming as the firm “builds and fields” Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with a focus on security, mobility
“By building end-to-end solutions, we can use our mission understanding to address the complex technical and operational needs within the connected enterprise,” said Mark Jacobsohn, Booz Allen senior vice president, referring to the firm’s range of solutions including rapid prototyping, cyber security
Jacobsohn said Booz Allen has achieved early successes in secure mobility and connected health through strategic alliances and partnerships with computing and software firms as well as leading industry associations and academia.
“A core component of our innovation strategy is that we don’t go it alone,” said Booz Allen principal Walton Smith. “Working with industry leaders and clients, we develop end-to-end solutions to real business problems.”
Smith explained that Booz Allen is using rapid prototyping to quickly ideate, create and test IoT solutions.
“Continuing our long history of collaboration and innovation for the data center and on vPro-based PCs, we worked with Intel to develop a premise-aware solution that enables an organization to virtually control device power, network connectivity, encryption and access to operating systems,” Smith said. “For example, when a physician walks into a patient’s room, the device could automatically navigate to that patient’s record based on an RFID sensor in the patient’s hospital bracelet.”
Smith said a second prototype involves a wearable exoskeleton that provides real-time information into incident and crisis response. The exoskeleton will support soldiers, first responders and workers in dangerous and remote environments.
“This initiative is bringing to life the brilliant ideas of our staff while helping drive our evolution into a full-scale solutions firm,” said Booz Allen Executive Vice President Susan Penfield, referencing Booz Allen’s recent investment in Engineering and the firm’s expansion into products and managed services. “The proliferation of IoT will require information technology organizations to iterate faster than
As IoT ushers in major advances in sectors including transportation, healthcare services
“Together, Booz Allen and its partners will move past the IoT rhetoric to develop tangible solutions that will increase the productivity and effectiveness of the workforce—from improving hospital operations to reducing energy consumption, improving transit and increasing return on investments through advanced data analytics,” Penfield said.
About Booz Allen
For more than 100 years, military, government, and business leaders have turned to Booz Allen Hamilton to solve their most complex problems. As a consulting firm with experts in analytics, digital, engineering, and cyber, we help organizations transform. We are a key partner on some of the most innovative programs for governments worldwide and trusted by their most sensitive agencies. We work shoulder to shoulder with clients, using a mission-first approach to choose the right strategy and technology to help them realize their vision. With global headquarters in McLean, Virginia and more than 80 offices worldwide, our firm employs more than 26,300 people and had revenue of $6.7 billion for the 12 months ending March 31, 2019. To learn more, visit BoozAllen.com. (NYSE: BAH)