Smart Helmet Would Take Control When Pilot Can’t

Elbit Systems is developing new applications for smart helmets that will be able to sense when pilots develop life-threatening conditions in flight. The helmet is fitted with a unique sensor that monitors pilot health by measuring physiological life signs – heart rate, blood flow (perfusion) and...

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