Irvine Sensors supplies technology for "advanced humionics"

Irvine Sensors (Costa Mesa, CA) has received $1.3 million of an expected $2.1 million subcontract from Boeing (Huntsville, AL) to develo¥a "computer in a cube" using Irvine`s proprietary chip-stacking technology for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The cube is intended to be the core of a wearable suite of sensors and electronics about the size of a deck of cards, weighing less than 0.5 lb, for use by soldiers in combat. The system will blend into soldiers` clothing and utilize

Irvine Sensors supplies technology for "advanced humionics"

Irvine Sensors (Costa Mesa, CA) has received $1.3 million of an expected $2.1 million subcontract from Boeing (Huntsville, AL) to develo¥a "computer in a cube" using Irvine`s proprietary chip-stacking technology for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The cube is intended to be the core of a wearable suite of sensors and electronics about the size of a deck of cards, weighing less than 0.5 lb, for use by soldiers in combat. The system will blend into soldiers` clothing and utilize hands-free, voice-actuated controls-- "advanced humionics"--that are fully integrated with the human body.

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