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LRAS3 Target Acquisition Systems Enhanced with Liteye’s Monocular Displays

The US Army Communications & Electronics Command in Washington awarded Liteye Systems a contract valued up to $22.6 million, for the delivery of monocular...

Update: U.S. Army Awards Enhanced NVG Contracts to ITT, DRS and...

The U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command (REDCOM) have ordered 660 Enhanced Night Vision Goggles (ENVG) from three manufacturers for testing, toward massive fielding...

Imaging and C2 Systems for the Warfighter – at Soldiertech 2007

The latest display systems introduced for modern soldier systems incorporate miniature 'near-eye' transparent viewers and hand-held displays, offering wide field of view, efficient visibility...

How OLED Works?

Start < Page 4 of 4 > OLED technology is based on layers organic (carbon-based) chemical compounds that emit light when an electric current flows through...

Applications Using OLED Microdisplays

Start < Page 2 of 4 > Among the applications already utilizing OLED include the full-color ProView SO-35 monocular viewer from Kaiser Electro-Optics, providing thermal sighting and situational...

Maturation of the Land Warrior Program

Much progress has been made with the Land Warrior (LW) program and the Future Force Warrior. During the year, 587 kits have been delivered...

Helmet Mounted Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) – Military Applications

OLED displays are rapidly maturing into operational systems, as part of infantry combat suits, dismounted command, control  and situational awareness displays, integrated virtual training...

Z800 3D Visor

The Z800 3D visor offers immersion-capable 3D computing experience, enabling the soldier or analyst to be surrounded with visual data they need to conduct...

Liteye OLED Helmet Mounted Displays

Liteye 450 helmet mounted display (HMD) introduced by mid-2005 is a rugged, waterproof lightweight display that snaps into a standard PVS-14 military helmet mount,...

Military application of OLED micro-display technology

Start < Page 1 of 4 > Low-power Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays are used in a growing numbers of applications supporting dismounted soldiers...

Future Soldier Technologies

Future Soldier Programs (FSP) are addressing changing requirements for infantry systems, transformed from armored and mechanized mobile combat to littoral, urban and surgical type...
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