New images reveal that Microsoft is already well underway in fulfilling its $480 million contract to provide augmented reality headsets to the US Army.

The Army Futures Command recently gave CNBC a preview of the Integrated Virtual Augmentation System (IVAS), which is comprised of a modified HoloLens 2 with additional sensors, such as thermal sensor by Flir.

Microsoft and Flir are among 13 tech vendors working on the headset, which will run software that assists soldiers by providing real-time satellite views of the battlefield, orienting their position in their physical environment… more


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