LONDON — BAE Systems has beat out rivals to supply the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter with night-vision goggle capabilities after developers discovered problems with the stealth fighter’s Vision Systems International (VSI) helmet. The primary helmet being developed by VSI, an Elbit and Rockwell Collins joint venture, has been suffering problems with jitter in displaying data on the visor, and resolution is not high enough for its night-vision capability. The helmet is a primary flight ...
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