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Microsoft signs $22 billion Army contract for military HoloLens gear

Microsoft signs $22 billion Army contract for military HoloLens gear

The US Army announced last week that Microsoft won a massive 10-year, $21.9 billion contract to produce an Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) based on its HoloLens headset.  

According to the contract, the objective of Microsoft’s IVAS project is to develop and test “a single platform that soldiers can use to fight, rehearse, and train.” Microsoft will supply the Army more than 120,000 devices over the next decade. In a brief blog post, Microsoft said that the IVAS “delivers a platform that will keep soldiers safer and make them more effective” using the tech it designed for HoloLens and its Azure cloud platform.


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