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Lidar Gives Armor Crews Model of Surroundings

Posted December 03, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Under the U.S. DARPA's (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's) Ground X-Vehicle Technologies program, Raytheon is using a lidar to create a 3D model of an armored vehicle's external environment. The sensor's data is presented in an intuitive interface with a high-definition video rendering of the surroundings in real-time. Other sensors locate incoming fire.


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12/09/2016 12:59 PM

Any chance incoming fire sensors can be coordinated with out-going suppression fire?...

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