In the snow, it’s a lot more dangerous.
If you don’t have a backup plan, you can get into an accident.
In that case, the vehicles have a much lower risk of being killed, said Army Lt.
Col. Daniel Stokes, the program manager for the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing and Display System (JHMDS).
“It’s very dangerous,” he said.
The JHMDS, which is being tested at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, is designed to provide military commanders with the ability to track vehicles at any point on the battlefield.
It includes a GPS receiver, infrared camera, laser range finder, and a camera for video.
The system was designed to work with a variety of vehicles, but the JHMDs will be the most effective for heavy armor, which means the vehicles will have to be equipped with a windshield, or the windshield will be protected by a windshield protector, Stokes said.
“We want to be able to get through snow,” Stokes added.
The helmet-mounted video system will allow for 360-degree coverage of the battlefield and allow for a quick and accurate analysis of a battlefield situation.
The company is testing the system in an infantry vehicle with a total weight of about 100 pounds, and the first batch of helmets will be ready to go out in 2019, Stakes said.
But it’s not the only weapon on the horizon.
Other companies are also working on systems that use lasers to track the movement of a vehicle, or even a soldier.
For example, Google is developing a “dynamic collision detection” system that will allow the company to track a vehicle through the environment, such as through a cloud or a rainstorm.
And the Department of Defense is developing its own version of this technology.
“You can see it in the video on this vehicle,” Stakes told Recode.
“If they see it, we can tell if it’s moving or not.
You have the ability of knowing the direction and speed.”
The military is working to develop a system that can monitor soldiers as they move through the battlefield, and it’s hoped the technology could also help to keep the troops alive and prevent them from getting injured, such that a soldier is able to return home to their families.
“This is a very complex issue that will need the full support of the Department and the federal government,” Stases said.