The US Army Integrated Visual Augmentation System, or IVAS, is designed to improve soldier sensing, decision-making, target acquisition, and target engagement.


Josh Luckenbaugh writing in National Defense Magazine, makes the following points:
  • IVAS 1.2 will address “physiological impacts identified during testing, a lower profile heads-up display and software upgrades to increase reliability and reduce power usage.
  • GEN McConville wants the US Army to be on the “leading edge of technology” through incremental improvements.
  • Combined arms need multiple systems to be effective.
  • Ukraine shows the importance of precision fires.


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