LOS GATOS, Calif.–SA Photonics’ SA-92/S Augmented Reality Head Mounted Display was delivered to the U.S. Army PEO-STRI in Orlando for evaluation this week. Bugeye Technologies’ delivery of Reconfigurable Virtual Cockpit Trainers (RVCT) as a part of the U.S. Army Synthetic Training Environment (STE) OTA 1 included SA Photonics’ hardware. The deliveries include multiple versions of mixed reality rotorcraft reconfigurable cockpit systems, man-in-the loop unmanned aerial systems (UAS), as well as six virtual reality door gunner trainers. Details about the delivery can be found on ASDNews’ article “Initial RVCT delivered to the US Army PEO-STRI in Orlando for Evaluation.”
Software partner ZedaSoft, who integrated its Apache- and Blackhawk-simulated OFP software into the Bugeye RVCT systems, has a video demonstrating the realistic evaluation testbed. The use of an SA-92/S in a RVCT is shown in this demonstration.
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SA Photonics is a pioneer in the development and deployment of innovative photonics solutions for military and commercial applications, with particular expertise in augmented and virtual reality head mounted displays, optical communications, laser based sensors, ruggedized photonics hardware, and complex analog and digital components for sea, air, space and ground applications. SA Photonics is a recipient of the Small Business Administration’s Tibbetts Award for outstanding success within the SBIR program, and is routinely listed by the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Fast 500 awards programs as one of the fastest-growing private companies in North America.