In March 2021, Microsoft was awarded a contract for an integrated visual augmentation system based on the HoloLens headset. The company has reportedly been promised more than $21 billion to produce around 120,000 units of these headphones for the military.

“The IVAS headset, based on HoloLens and enhanced with Microsoft Azure cloud services, is a platform that will keep soldiers safer and more efficient,” Microsoft said. However, in October 2021, the Army stated that it would have to delay the deployment of the device until further evaluation by the Pentagon. Most likely, the defense ministry will make a decision in October 2022.

Source: Ferra

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