Wearable Technology

Wearable Technology

Photo illlustration US Navy

While nuclear weapons and their hazards are well known, radiological weapons somewhat less so. Radiological weapons are designed to disperse highly dangerous and even...
biotech sensors

Increasing soldier’s survivability is a major concern for armed forces. The US Defense Department has been making progress on genetically engineered microorganisms that can...
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The US Marine Corps has been focusing efforts in human performance augmentation, listing it as a key focus area headed into 2020. It is...

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During the last few weeks, the IDF has started operating the “smart brigade” at the Judea and Samaria division - a classified system that...
Photo illust. US Air Force

New scientific findings have the potential to lead to greater stretchability and tear-resistance in stretchable electronics materials replacing rigid circuit boards. This field of...
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Augmented Reality situational awareness

  A U.S. company has unveiled wearable augmented reality technology that will greatly increase a soldier’s situational awareness on the battlefield. Applied Research Associates Inc....
smart helmet

A smart data collection technology may help soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Soldiers injured during military training or operation may be subject...
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Military forces of different countries across the globe have increased the use of military wearables to enhance the warfighting capabilities of their soldiers. The...
Exoskeleton

    The United States Army has been looking at commercial companies developing exoskeleton technologies for the potential use of combat soldiers in the battlefield. The...
Photo illus. US Army

The sound of gunshots, explosions, and blasts at the battlefield don’t just prevent soldiers from hearing their commanding officer, they also reduce their overall...
startup competition

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thermal detection

Today more than ever military forces and opposition groups are using night vision sensors and thermal devices. Detection by thermal imaging is an emerging...
vr gloves

  The U.S. Patent Office has recently published a patent application relating to a virtual reality (VR) glove that can measure the movement of individual...

Remote human performance monitoring is the focus of a new development. For athletes or people with health conditions, an immediate physical “status update” would...

U.S. Special Operations Command soldiers will soon have new helmets, designed to provide ballistic protection and accommodate the newest hearing protection and head-mounted communications...

A novel wearable liquid-based wearable technology can harvest energy for self-powered devices. This will pave way for advancements in self-powering devices such as consumer...
fabric color

Engineers at Tufts University have succeeded in developing a new fabrication method to create dyed threads that change color when they detect certain gases....

The US Army is enhancing soldier protection, in attempt to increase soldier mobility and lethality. After several years of research and development, the Army...
exoskeleton

While robotics is the application of engineering towards replacing humans from dangerous or repetitive tasks, exoskeletons is the application of robotics and biomechatronics towards...

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