16 septembre 2015
15 Sep 2015 By Vin Shahrestani, and agencies
A new state-of-the-art fighter pilot helmet by BAE Systems is able to to see in the dark, as well as to 'see through' the aircraft
BAE Systems has unveiled the Striker II, its most advanced fighter pilot helmet which removes the need for external night-vision goggles. The helmet has a fully integrated digital night vision and can also track the pilot's head movement, a feature that allows the aircraft computer system to work in sync with its human operator.
17 juillet 2014
Jul 16, 2014 ASDNews Source : BAE Systems PLC
With decades of combat-proven experience, BAE Systems’ display technologies continue to grow with the newfully digital solution that provides today’s combat pilot with exceptional night vision and target tracking technology, integrated within a visor-projected system.
BAE Systems today unveiled its Striker® II Helmet-Mounted Display (HMD), a fully digital solution that provides today’s combat pilot with exceptional night vision and target tracking technology, integrated within a visor-projected system. With decades of combat-proven experience, the new platform-agnostic Striker II HMD builds upon BAE Systems’ current Striker HMD, which has been successfully deployed on Eurofighter Typhoon and Gripen fleets.