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DSEI 2021: Elbit launches AI-driven ARCAS for dismounted infantry
Elbit Systems officially unveiled its new Assault Rifle Combat App System (ARCAS) for dismounted infantry at DSEI on 14-17 September.
Elbit hopes the ARCAS weapon add-on capability can provide dismounted troops —sometimes characterised as the Cinderella of digitalisation — with the same AI and digital tools hitherto enjoyed by fighter pilots or naval weapons system operators.
ARCAS is a modular system based on an open architecture. Powered by an inbuilt computerised AI system that interfaces with the a rifle’s EO sight and a mounted eyepiece, it provides soldiers with real-time intuitive actionable combat information.
Elbit hopes that ARCAS will transform assault rifles from …
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