Video: BAE Systems hi-tech helmets for pilots and infantry at DefExpo

This will remind you of Google Glass. Check out the Q-Warrior Helmet Mounted Display which allows infantry to share and view tactical data over a network and the Striker Helmet fast jet helmet.

This will remind you of Google Glass.

Take a look at these two new systems designed by BAE Systems as Paul Wright describes them for us.

Augmenting reality on the battlefield

The first is a Helmet Mounted Display (HMD) called Q-Warrior for ground troops allowing infantry to share and view tactical data over a network.

The second, the Striker Helmet, is a smart helmet that knows where the pilots of fast jets are looking and allows ease of designation and targeting.

Produced by Shruti Pushkarna

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