The military and defence focus in the next issue of VRWorldTech Magazine finds a US system eager to deliver technology faster than its adversaries, but with the help of enterprise to adapt its way of fighting to the potential advantages of new innovations
➨ The next issue of VRWorldTech Magazine is coming on 30 November
➨ You’ll hear from Red 6, the US Army, Lockheed Martin and Command Sight on their cutting-edge work in augmented, virtual and mixed reality
➨ If you want to receive the magazine for free when it’s published on Monday, all you have to do is subscribe
The next issue of VRWorldTech Magazine, featuring a focus on military and defence, is coming on 30 November.
You’ll hear from Red 6, the US Army, Lockheed Martin and Command Sight on their cutting-edge work in augmented, virtual and mixed reality.
Taken together, this military and defence focus finds a US system eager to deliver technology faster than its adversaries, but with the help of enterprise to adapt its way of fighting to the potential advantages of new innovations.
If you missed our previews of some of these stories, you can find them again below:
The next issue of VRWorldTech Magazine also includes our regular sections, The Reality Wire and the Meet feature. If you’d like to feature in either, drop me a line via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a sneak preview of the next issue’s contents in full. Remember, if you want to receive the magazine for free when it’s published on Monday, all you have to do is subscribe.
Inside VRWorldTech Magazine 5:
The Reality Wire
A round up of the biggest stories tracked over the past two months. Featuring Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Realize Medical, Resonai, Manus, SimX, KLM Cityhopper, Taqtile, Ecolab, Mitchell and Coherent Digital
Military and defence / Editor’s comment
A public-private partnership is crucial, with the military customer and defence provider working hand-in-hand to take the raw potential of immersive technology and make it useful and valuable
Military and defence / US Army
Soldier-centred design and an organisational appetite for rapid development sees the US Army readying the Integrated Visual Augmentation System for deployment in the field in the latter part of 2021
Military and defence / Command Sight
Command Sight’s augmented reality technology holds the potential to bridge the communication gap between animal and human in a way that will transform military and law enforcement groups that work with dogs
Military and defence / Red 6
To say that the Airborne Tactical Augmented Reality System works outdoors and in a dynamic environment severely underestimates the scale of Red 6’s achievement. Immersive technology has now conquered the skies
Military and defence / Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin is home to the Collaborative Human Immersive Lab, where the company’s engineers and designers build the spaceships and weapons of the future
Developer / Ellinogermaniki Agogi
Meet Ellinogermaniki Agogi, a school in Greece with its own research and development department doing cutting edge research in education with virtual and augmented reality technologies
Images: Red 6, Command Sight, US Army and Lockheed Martin