SMaRTS Upgraded to Fused IR/I2

The SMaRTS (Soldier Mobility and Rifle Targeting System.) being developed by Rockwell Collins’ Kaiser Electro-Optics unit has been upgraded to a fused IR and I2 (image intensifier) sensor. SMaRTS is intended to provide Special Forces units with several unique capabilities.|

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