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Military Helmet Uses Google Glass-Style Tech To Launch Air Strikes

Military Helmet Uses Google Glass-Style Tech To Launch Air Strikes
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New design allows a soldier to digitally mark a target, and send those coordinates to a jet or a vehicle to carry out an attack.

by Lara Piras
  • 24 june 2013

Raytheon’s new uniform system features a helmet-mounted monocle that would let soldiers target air strikes by simply moving their head and pressing a button.

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The Advanced Warfighter Awareness for Real-Time Engagement (AWARE) system consists of a clear monocle attached to the helmet, a small computer strapped to the chest, and a smart phone-like device on the wrist. The monocle allows a soldier to digitally mark a target, and send those coordinates to a jet or a vehicle to carry out a strike.

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The uniform was designed primarily to make troops more aware of their surroundings by offering three-dimensional visual and audio data. Rimas Guzulaitis, director of business development at Raytheon explains, ‘Ultimately, it’s about improving the safety of troops and their effectiveness in combat.’

 

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