Army fast tracking new battlefield heads-up display 

By Maximilian Kwiatkowski / August 30, 2018 at 4:46 PM
Near the end of next week, the Army expects to receive white paper concepts from industry for a new battlefield heads-up display, a program the service estimates may cost more than a half-billion dollars. According to a notice posted Aug. 22, the service wants the concepts for the goggle or visor, called the Integrated Visual Augmentation System and formerly known as Heads-up Display 3.0, by the morning of Sept. 7. Later in September, the Army wants to select vendors to...

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