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Thomson Patent Analysis in FT for soldier and mobile phone

Thomson Patent Analysis in FT for soldier and mobile phone

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  • 1. FT SPECIAL REPORT DEFENCE INDUSTRY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 2005 Kitting out the The soldier modern-day soldier of tomorrow Shoulder launched remote controlled Wearable computer system for infantry reconnaissance craft A computer system can be vital in battlefield systems to A patent granted in 2000 details a shoulder-launched enable the soldier to capture target images, and record and reconnaissance system for providing surveillance of exchange information. A 2005 US patent from Exponent enemy locations. The craft is remotely controlled with a could result in soldiers being able to operate a PC in difficult range up to 10 kilometres and a camera sends back video situations. The screen is in the helmet, cursor controls are signals. The elong