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17.09.2015; Salisbury, England: THE FUTURE SOLDIER VISION
Sensor-laden body armour, a smart watch that monitors life signs and smart glasses with integrated cameras are all part of a futuristic design for military uniforms, unveiled by the British Army.
The equipment that looks to have come straight out of sci-fi movies, is what military personnel could be wearing when they go into battle in the 2020s.
The design includes:
Head sub-system concept incorporating hearing protection, lightweight sensors for information sharing and an integrated power supply.
Torso sub-system concept of segmented armour that can be customised to the user or situation with integrated connectors and power supply. It also features a quick release cord, which releases armour at the shoulders in an emergency and flexible shoulder pads for added protection and to help with weight distribution when carrying loads.
Smart watch style wearable communications concept which incorporates sensors to record the user’s biometric data.
Smart glasses concept which include a heads-up display, integrated camera and bone conducting headphones to increase situational awareness without compromising hearing.
A robust personal role computer concept enabling better information sharing and communications between personnel.

Image shows: Concept torso sub-system of segmented armour that can be customised to the user or situation with integrated connectors and power supply. It also features a quick release cord which releases armour at the shoulders in an emergency and flexible shoulder padsfor added protection and to help with weight distribution when carrying loads.Ergonomically designed and customisable the weapon concept will allow targeting information to be shared between soldiers and their units.
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17.09.2015; Salisbury, England: THE FUTURE SOLDIER VISION<br />
Sensor-laden body armour, a smart watch that monitors life signs and smart glasses with integrated cameras are all part of a futuristic design for military uniforms, unveiled by the British Army.<br />
The equipment that looks to have come straight out of sci-fi movies, is what military personnel could be wearing when they go into battle in the 2020s.<br />
The design includes:<br />
Head sub-system concept incorporating hearing protection, lightweight sensors for information sharing and an integrated power supply.<br />
Torso sub-system concept of segmented armour that can be customised to the user or situation with integrated connectors and power supply. It also features a quick release cord, which releases armour at the shoulders in an emergency and flexible shoulder pads for added protection and to help with weight distribution when carrying loads.<br />
Smart watch style wearable communications concept which incorporates sensors to record the user’s biometric data.<br />
Smart glasses concept which include a heads-up display, integrated camera and bone conducting headphones to increase situational awareness without compromising hearing.<br />
A robust personal role computer concept enabling better information sharing and communications between personnel.<br />
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Image shows: Concept torso sub-system of segmented armour that can be customised to the user or situation with integrated connectors and power supply. It also features a quick release cord which releases armour at the shoulders in an emergency and flexible shoulder padsfor added protection and to help with weight distribution when carrying loads.Ergonomically designed and customisable the weapon concept will allow targeting information to be shared between soldiers and their units.<br />
Mandatory Credit Photo: ©MoD/NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL<br />
<br />
(Failure to credit will incur a surcharge of 100% of reproduction fees)<br />
IMMEDIATE CONFIRMATION OF USAGE REQUIRED:<br />
Newspix International, 31 Chinnery Hill, Bishop