|Raytheon developing next-generation human/machine interface for armored ground vehicles|
The goal of GXV-T is to improve the mobility and survivability of armored vehicles without adding more armor and weight.
"Our team is developing a virtual experience that gives the crews of armored military vehicles greater awareness of what's going on outside the vehicle, while also reducing their vulnerability to attack," said
The Raytheon BBN technology uses lidar data to create a 3D model of the environment, employing high-definition video to produce a detailed, natural rendering of the surroundings. Additional sensors provide the precise location of any incoming hostile fire, while blue-force position updates locate friendly forces. Presenting all this sensor data in a natural, intuitive interface improves situational awareness while reducing the workload for the crew and allowing them to focus on the most relevant threats and challenges.
Raytheon BBN Technologies is a wholly owned subsidiary of
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