The imagers are used for target acquisition, long-range surveillance and situational awareness.
The imagers are also designed to be mounted on vehicles or medium-caliber weapons.
BAE has provided the imagers to U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq for nearly 10 years.
The company has provided the Army with more than 13,000 of the imagers.
Frank Crispino, BAE’s director of vehicle protection programs, said the technology is for reducing spinal injuries resulting from a shock or a blast.
Since 2009, BAE has provided more than 1,900 Bradley seats since 2009.
BAE will produce the seats in Phoenix and will begin delivery in June 2013.