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Augmented reality aiding IDF’s situational awareness

2nd July 2019 - 14:09 GMT | by Joe Charlaff in Tel Aviv

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New technology offers evolving methods of bringing visual, night vision, geographical and enemy location data together in an overlaid 3D visual augmented reality format, so it can be accessed in a coherent way and enable real time response.

This in turn brings about an upturn in individual situational awareness, with the speed of dissemination and understanding key components in today’s modern battlefields. 

A significant proportion of tactical information is received through verbal communications or C4I systems, as text or 2D data. The transition of this data into a format easily digested by soldiers on the ground can take time which

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