Tag Archives: Ground X-Vehicle Technologies

Honeywell, Army Test Helmet-Mounted Vision System in Bradley Fighting Vehicle

The U.S. Army has partnered with Honeywell to test a prototype virtual window technology on board the service’s Bradley fighting vehicle platform. Honeywell developed the vision system that integrates augmented and virtual reality functions with a helmet-mounted display as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Ground X-Vehicle Technologies program, the company said Monday. The system, dubbed …

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Honeywell, Army Install Situational Awareness Tech on Bradley Fighting Vehicle

The U.S. Army‘s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center has partnered with Honeywell‘s aerospace business to install a sensor-based vision system aboard the Bradley fighting vehicle. TARDEC said Monday its Mission Enabling Technologies-Demonstrator team integrated Honeywell-developed helmet vision technology with a system of 360-degree stereo sensors. The sensors gather situational awareness imagery that …

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Raytheon BBN Designs Situational Awareness Interface for DARPA’s Ground X-Vehicle Tech Program

A Raytheon subsidiary has begun development work on a three-dimensional interface designed to help military personnel gain situational awareness while they are inside a  windowless armored ground vehicle. Raytheon BBN Technologies is developing the “human-machine” interface as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Ground X-Vehicle Technologies initiative, the company said Monday. The platform will employ lidar data …

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Honeywell, DARPA Ink Agreement on Virtual Reality Display for Military Vehicles

Honeywell will provide virtual reality display systems for military ground vehicles under an agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The company said Thursday the Ground X-Vehicle Technologies program works to enhance survivability, agility and mobility of ground vehicles through a 360-degree outside view for drivers. “The development of …

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