BAE to Deliver Army Head Mounted Displays

BAE Systems has received a $21.7 million order from the Army’s soldier program executive office for head mounted displays, BAE announced Tuesday.

BAE said the display, the Remote Eyepiece Display Imager, can be used with military night sensors. BAE said the display provides users a private display that can mount to frames or fit in visors.

Vadim Plotsker, president of BAE’s OASYS company, said the display is “lightweight, low-power, and has a patented design that allows simultaneous see-through viewing with a forgiving eye-box.”

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