Military robots, autonomous drones, and artificial intelligence are all being actively developed Robotic Army Man for the Wars of the future.
But improving weapons is not everything.
Technology to create a Robotic Army Man is what all the major countries of the world are working on Robotic Army Man.
Although many aspects of this work they prefer not to disclose. I will talk about how the Robotic Army Man (Terminators) of the future are created by ordinary people.
The Robotic Army Man (Super Soldiers) of the future must be stronger and faster not only physically but also have enhanced perception and thinking.
Equipment’s for the Robotic Army Man
There are two ways to achieve this.
The first is by equipping the Robotic Army Man with special equipment, while the second involves the implantation of invasive chips into the body and genetic engineering.
Let’s start with the equipment.
Combat Goggles for the Robotic Army Man
For example, the International Security Agency has long been invested in the development of an integrated visual Augmentation System or IV combat goggles.
Based on Microsoft technology, the goggles can project three-dimensional holographic maps in real-time, allowing Army Man’s to know the terrain and see in all conditions because infrared, thermal, and night vision are integrated.
In addition, the technology allows the Robotic Army Man to know the exact position of their team member’s distinguished military from civilian and see-through equipment such as tanks coming ahead of the infantry.
The latter is realized by transmitting data from the external cameras of combat equipment directly to the glasses display.
The gadget is a head-worn who with tinted lenses in the front of the eyes with a wave-like prismatic structure, which refracts instant images from the micro displays on the sides to the user’s eyes.
Unlike most other virtual, augmented, or mixed reality devices, the Microsoft HoloLens based device is self-contained and does not require a PC connection.
Vas also reported linking some of the neurological processes have the human vision to the software.
This, for example, allows the human eye to perceive the depth of a picture in a new way or to make better use of peripheral vision.
The system also determines by itself what the eye focuses on and creates a three-dimensional image of the object supplementing it with parts invisible to humans.
Japan has its ballistic dev tech Ronin Kevlar helmet for the Army Man, the helmet weighs only 200 grams, not including accessories, and is protected by seven-millimeter-thick Kevlar plates.
It’s equipped with non-fogging heavy-duty lenses and a ventilation system.
The gadget can with stand shots from a 545-millimeter pistol.
Additionally, it’s equipped with infrared sights, night vision devices, and GPS transmitters.
There’s an interactive display that transmits data about the area and recognizes the enemy by a code friend or foe.
Smart Textile’s for the Army Man
But the Army Man has to see everything it’s desirable that no one should see him and there are developments for this, for example, the European Defense Agency is funding a project to develop a style or smart textiles in defense.
The fabric has different camouflage options that adapt to an Army Man’s static or moving posture.
It can detect and inform the Army Man of the presence of dangerous agents protecting the Army Man from fire, water, and mosquitoes.
In addition, the fabric can regulate its temperature adapting to the environment around it.
And finally, the textile can monitor vital signs and send them to the Army Man smartphone or operation center nearby.
And hyper stealth biotechnology has developed an invisible coat for the Army Man.
The light-absorbing material quantum stealth absorbs ultraviolet, infrared, and thermal radiation, refracting light and making people or equipment invisible, including for guidance systems.
From a certain angle, the fabric can make even a building invisible.
The material is very light and very thin and doesn’t require a power source.
Powerful sensors are also being developed for the Military/Army Man that can detect threats on a molecular level, whether they are explosive material particles from a potentially dangerous object or a deadly virus.
The sensors can be used both to detect improvised explosive devices on the road and to diagnose an infection in the Army Man’s wound.
The technology is currently being tested.
In addition to individual gadgets, full suits are also being developed for The Super Robotic Army Man.
For example, the American Future Soldier system, which includes a bulletproof exoskeleton, body armor, interactive helmet, and weapons.
This system consists of modules that can be combined in any combination. It’s lightweight and easy to operate.
A special module monitors the Army Man’s physical condition and helps navigate the terrain.
The system also monitors weather conditions and regulates temperature with cooling or heating, transmitting data over a distance, and has a built-in battery for recharging.
Special devices on the legs allow it to increase the speed of movement.
SotNik combat suit is being developed in Russia.
The heated suit made of high strength and lightweight polyethylene fiber will be tailored to the Army Man’s figure due to the elasticity of the material, it will not hinder the movements and it will allow you to take additional equipment.
At the same time, the protection class of the soap neck will allow to stop a fragment flying with the speed of 670 milliseconds and to dampen the shock impulse due to the use of special shock absorbing equipment, robotic systems, exoskeletons, and combat drones, including strike drones will be integrated into the new generation of Army equipment.
This innovative equipment can be used not only for military purposes but also in medicine and industry.
It’s designed to carry up to 60 kilograms of cargo while weighing no more than six kilograms, externally.
Only the part with hydraulics located on the Army Man’s legs is visible.
Another noteworthy function of the new technology was the ability to fix the position of the joints, so an Army Man could stay in one position for a long time without getting tired.
In Canada, our walk exoskeletal power generators are being developed.
They’re attached to the legs and produce 10 to 12 watts of current while walking. That’s enough to charge for smartphones.
In addition, the power walk is designed to help reduce strain on the fighter’s legs and joints while jumping over obstacles and also to give up batteries weighing up to seven to nine kilograms.
The human universal load carrier is a hydraulically powered exoskeleton designed to support Army Man’s on the battlefield, allowing them to carry heavy loads for long periods without fatigue or risk of injury.
The exoskeleton allows the wearer to maintain a full range of motion and also is compatible with other technologies such as armor, heating systems, and various special devices.
It’s already been assumed that the (Super-Soldiers) Army Man’s of the future will also be able to fly.
Thus, DARPA has launched a competition to create flying suits for the military.
They will be used to move people and cargo dropped from the air. And unlike existing models, the military development will be much lighter, quieter, and conspicuous.
The British are also testing a jetpack. The data loose based on the gravity jet suit by gravity industries.
The device is capable of speeds of over 88 kilometers per hour and is designed for disembarkation.
A significant disadvantage so far is the noisiness of the development all of this can be seen in the news one way or another, but developments in the field of invasive chips and genetic engineering are kept a closely guarded secret, although no one doubts that they are being conducted in China, the United States, and several European countries.
In addition to ethical considerations, scientists are confused by the fact that the results of experiments with human DNA cannot be predicted to the end, artificially enhancing the stamina and strength of the Army Man’s does not guarantee their loyalty and patriotism.
And implementing chips that give superpowers in one area or another should be reversible with no health consequences so that they can be extracted when the Army Man’s leave the military.
(Super Soldiers) Army Man’s may seem like science fiction for now, but no more so than for example, drones equipped with neuromorphic chips that mimic the human brain, which is already being developed.
Or manmade lightning bolts where the electric charges generated would be sent long distances, their power would be comparable to that of real lightning.
The technology is based on the idea of a laser corridor with a significant difference in electric potentials.
Accordingly, the electric discharge passes through the formed border with minimal resistance.
There’s also a storm generator project that sends high-speed shockwaves into the air.
This is the future of the military world.
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