The Army wants to buy 40,000 ‘mixed reality’ goggles

The Army wants to buy 40,000 ‘mixed reality’ goggles
ARLINGTON, Va. – The Army wants to buy enough of a new augmented reality, do-it-all goggles to outfit nearly half of all close combat forces, from infantry to scouts and engineers, starting next year.

This week, the service released its fiscal year 2020 budget, which will have to go through lengthy scrutiny and likely changes by Congress before becoming official, and is requesting 40,219 Integrated Visual Augmentation Systems, or IVAS.

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