In the first phase of the project, glasses that can work with external sensors and cameras, have wide-angle (FoV), support 5G - LTE - Wi-Fi, are suitable for environmental conditions and can be used in military operations developed.
BITES will undertake augmented reality software development, and ASELSAN SİVAS will undertake the optical, electronic and optomechanical design and production responsibilities.
The first goal will be to eliminate foreign dependency on these products. Two companies, BİTES and ASELSAN SİVAS, will design a prototype product in line with the operational needs of the security forces. The knowledge will be carried out for the second phase, where the global market will be targeted.
All information will land on the soldier's glasses
Augmented reality glasses are expected to be used more widely in various industries to ensure safety and efficiency. Significant growth is expected in this market. These products have recently become widespread in several fields such as automotive, health, and defence.
Wearable technologies have become important tools to identify threats and develop tactics against these threats in future battlefields. Thanks to the communication infrastructures developed by wearable sensors and smart glasses by the units participating in the operation, instant information sharing with friendly units and command centres are possible.
With the smart glasses to be used by the security forces, information such as the battlefield map, the location and health data of other units, information transmitted from the command centre, and threat elements in the direction can be accessed. Information that will help security forces make decisions within seconds can be presented with smart glasses without affecting the viewing angle.