From Brick to Chip

Baddeley, Adam
October 2005
Armada International;Oct/Nov2005, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p54
Considers the practicality of providing the individual dismounted soldier with integrated computing solutions. Several companies that offer wearable computing solutions for soldiers; Computing capability necessary for a soldier offered by a personal digital assistant; Study being conducted by the U.S. Air Force regarding the use of wearable computing for ground operations.


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