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unmanned systems and robotics

iHLS is delighted to announce the Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2018, the leading event held for the sixth...
soldier

Soldiers at the modern battlefield face two challenges, the issue of carrying a great deal of weight and the ability to maneuver efficiently and...
device

A new device can help soldiers stabilize their weapon and take the load off of their arms, like a third arm. The U.S. Army...
modular battlefield computing

A new modular family of rugged computers integrates networked battle command information system capabilities onto a common computing platform. The U.S. military announced a...
scope

One more step in the weapon upgrading of the US Marines. The corps has selected the scope for its newest sniper rifle ― The...
helmet

Nearly 20 percent of US soldiers have suffered a traumatic brain injury with symptoms including memory problems, persistent headaches and seizures, and behavioral problems...
special forces

Special Forces are trained for specific purposes and often require special equipment, including in the tactical communications field. A new control unit developed for...
rifle-mounted system

A new portable system small enough to mount on a personal firearm provides its user with the ability to quickly locate the source of...

The message from the intriguing Future Forces Conference held today was that armies are already adopting full autonomy technologies while keeping man-in-the-loop. The conference,...
behind enemy lines

Military forces depend, to a large extent, on GPS and need a redundant resilient capability to operate in a GNSS/GPS-denied environment. A new solution...
soldier

A soldier is, among other things, a walking mass of information. Goggles, headsets, radios, computer tablets, all generate data. And there's a mass of...
smartphone

  While Intel ceases development on several wearable devices and shutting down its New Devices Group (NDG) in Israel, the US Pentagon has been advancing...
future forces

Where Will You Be on May 9, 2018? Join us and learn from the leading defense industries and the best experts about the latest...
pilots

In-flight fires, smoke, or fumes account for an average of one precautionary landing every day, according to the FAA. A prototype, first-of-its-kind heads-up display...
Monitoring Pilot Physiology

A solution that can predict and prevent the onset of hypoxia-like symptoms in pilots has been developed. The VigilOX is a pilot-worn sensing system...
future forces

Several new systems that will enhance dismounted soldiers’ information, command and fire capabilities have been recently exposed by Rheinmetall defense industry. One of them...
infantry

Augmented reality (AR) superimposes digital data on the physical world. By contrast, virtual reality (VR) is when the user sees only digital imagery. AR...
security accelerator

Are you a disruptive startup in the security field? We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian...
future forces

Soldier lethality is one of the US Army's six modernization priorities, along with long-range precision fires; the next-generation combat vehicle; future vertical lift; a...
battlefield

Portable and wearable technology is supporting the future of military medical devices. Following the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), there are a...
startup

Are you a disruptive startup in the security field? We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian...
future forces

The innovative combination of new micro-displays technology with augmented reality now under development will provide future forces an unprecedented overview of the battlefield. When the...

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