Driver Sensor SystemProvides ultra low latency feed that can be used by the Driver, Commander or the dismounts of an armored platform with detection range of more than 800m.
- Detection range more than 800m
- Ultra low latency
- 170 degrees field of view
- Day/Night thermal sensor combination
Close-Range Sensor SystemProvides low latency feed that can be used by the Driver, Commander or the dismounts of an armored platform with detection range of more than 300m.
- Observation all around the vehicle in 0m to 300m distance
- Integrate in to different UI feeds
- Enables top-down view for close maneuvering
Medium-Range Sensor System
- Detection range of more than 1200m
- 360 degree multi user visual dome
- Day/night/thermal sensor capabilities
Immersive HeadsetIntegrated in helmet mounted headset for human-machine interface (HMI) that enables to effectively use driver, commander or close range sensor system with integrated virtual overlays of data from other sensors (GNSS, IMU, CAN-BUS etc) or applications (C2 systems, BMS, etc.).
- Proprietary ultra-low glass-to-glass latency MR video system
- See-through-the-armor capabilities
- Augmented reality rendering of battlefield data
- Virtual overlays on top of live feed
Mission ComputerEnables the ultra low latency feed and HMI interaction in a mixed reality environment for driver, commander or close range sensor system with integrated virtual overlays of data from other sensors (GNSS, IMU, CAN-BUS etc) or applications (C2 systems, BMS, etc.).
- Ultra high performance
- Data up to 12+ Gb per channel
- Image stitching
- 360 degrees virtual dome
- Virtual overlays of data from other sensors (GNSS, IMU, CAN-BUS
etc) or applications (C2 systems, BMS, etc.)
Enables to represent the real world with virtual overlays in a custom design display dome.
Conventional options are either very limited situational awareness or direct physical exposure to threats
Both modern and obsolete armored vehicles provide limited field of view (FoV) for the crew and dismounts inside the vehicle platforms. Limited FoV decreases situational awareness (SA) and therefore increases the threat to the troops and the vehicle in the battlefield.
Poor SA affects every soldier in the mechanized and armored units. Better SA reduces threat and enables all the troops to make timely, good decisions to fulfill their mission more effectively. SA is created on all levels by all members of the force. Key components to SA are timely and relevant planning, collection, analysis and dissemination of information.
Improving the armored vehicle crews FoV
One way to increase situational awareness and therefore the safety of the troops is to enable unobstructed FoV and fusion of multisource information from different platforms. This would enable the force to rapidly pass through the OODA (observation, orientation, decision, action) loop. With the increased SA and fusion of information the observation and orientation phases will be passed much faster and that leads to better and timely decisions that will end up in more effective action and higher superiority over the potential enemy.
Using emerging technology
Our cutting-edge system integrates smoothly with other digital battlefield solutions.
The Vegvisir provides a disruptive technology which enables the users to observe, orient, decide and act faster in the battlefield and in critical situations than with any other current solutions.