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BAE Systems – Q-Warrior

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Q-Warrior is BAE Systems’ latest iteration of their helmet-mounted display technology, designed like a pilot’s HUD but modified for ground forces, including Friend-or-Foe identification and the capability to coordinate small unit actions.

Q-Warrior significantly increases situational awareness capabilities for the ‘dismounted soldier’ – personnel operating out of their vehicles. The Q-Warrior utilizes a high transmission and high luminance see-through display which incorporates a high-resolution color, collimated display that allows waypoints, points of interest, target symbols, and even video to be overlaid on the real view through the device. Q-Warrior also features a large eye-motion box to allow for the operator to make relatively large movements with their helmet while maintaining view of their display.



9 Responses to “BAE Systems – Q-Warrior”

  1. This is a glimpse of the not so distant future.


  2. Lcon says:

    That’s a Ops core FAST helmet it’s mated to.

  3. shots&Pots says:

    If the land warrior monocle and cables weren’t massive enough, BAE has you covered.

    • Common Sense says:

      Hell yes! Plus you need to ensure ALL the weight is only on one side. Can’t be a soldier without neck injuries!

  4. hobbit says:

    Very cool but very huge.

  5. ME says:

    Before you know it it’ll be integrated into a flip down like on Aliens.

    • SSGCMW says:

      I was just watching that movie last night – exactly what I was thinking! “Maybe they don’t show up on infra-red”

  6. Lcon says:

    I swear the guys at Natick view that movie as there Holy Bible. XM29 started out as the guys there looking around and saying “how do we make a M41 pulse rifle?” Land warrior was them watching it and saying. “Wait Can’t we do that with computers?”

  7. Kiwi says:

    no good for sneaking through the J with. Lets hope we kill off the planet soon to a barren waste land so these systems are more effective 🙂