American soldiers will not Training with HoloLens headset For a while. Reuters And Windows Central Reportedly the US military has delayed the deployment of the HoloLens-based Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) by one year, until September 2022. Janes Got it Delays were reported due to the need for operational testing from July this year to May 2022 to make the mixed reality technology “more mature”.
Inspector General of the Department of Defense On An audit in early October to determine if Microsoft’s system will meet the requirements. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
This does not mean that the military-based Holocaust was a problem. The military maintained that it was “fully committed” to the nearly বিল 22 billion IVAS deal and recently conducted tests in September. The branch planned to conduct “regular” examinations through the fiscal year 2022, which will end in September next year.
IVAS means to act as both a Combat assistants and training equipment. The infantry will be able to see squad positions and other important information on the field, complete with night vision – they will ideally receive the kind of situational awareness that was previously reserved for video games. In training, headsets can provide information to help trainers develop specific techniques.
Delays will not do much to allay criticism of the HoloLens deal Inside Microsoft. Employees have long supported Microsoft’s direct military and ‘gamifying’ war, especially since workers had no input into this decision. Although Microsoft cannot change its tone. The company sees a way of IVAS Help and protection of soldiers Instead of an offensive weapon – and losing the deal would obviously hurt both Microsoft’s bottom line and the large-scale HoloLens’ momentum.
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