(IVAS) for the US Army by 2021

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The US military is moving forward with its plans to create a new aug-mented reality and to equip its com-bat forces with Heads-Up Displays (HUDs) that enable them do every-thing, as new augmented reality systems will be integrated into the soldiers’ HUDs, to improve their situ-ational awareness capabilities while they fight and trained on missions.
These HUDs, developed under the Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) program, include a digital screen, to access informa-tion, without taking eyes away from the battlefield, thermal and low-light sensors, rapid target acquisi-tion, and target identification with the help of augmented reality.
The IVAS is a HUD, body-worn com-puter, and networked radio through which the soldier can see in daylight and in the dark. IVAS provides sol-diers with battlefield information about where the enemy is and where others are in the soldier’s unit.

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