This new technology by Raytheon, is making pilots all-knowing and all-seeing, with the power to “hear” attackers in surround sound, peer through dust storms, even see right through the floor of their aircraft.
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The system puts maps and video right on their wrists, meaning they are never alone, even outside the aircraft.
“We are moving into an unprecedented period of cutting-edge pilot capabilities,” said Todd Lovell, a Raytheon engineer and former V-22 Osprey pilot. “We’re using not only sight but also hearing to help pilots process all the information coming into the cockpit.”