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In the latest installment of HOW IT WORKS, the hottest topic is "Super Warrior: How High Technologies Are Affecting and 

Changing the Future of War."


According to foreign media reports, scientists from all over the world use various high-tech equipment to create the future"super 

warrior." In future wars, the super-warriors will wear virtual reality helmet-mounted displays, armor and smart personal suits with 

automatic repair, as well as ammunition weapons that track targets to automatically change trajectory and weapons that can be 

used remotely Opened the battlefield of the mini UAV.


Throughout human history, the war has always been one of the powerful forces driving scientific leaps. Whether traveling from 

space to space or as small as super glue, strong tape and microwave ovens, their origins are inextricably linked to war and 

military. Today, a great deal of invention in the field of military affairs focuses not only on fulfilling its mission, but on how to 

accomplish its tasks expeditiously and to return the soldiers unharmed from the battlefield.


The (virtual) reality of war

With HMDs or virtual reality goggles such as the Oculus Rift, warriors get a 360-degree view of the real-world 3D environment 

by simply turning their heads and body, then work out a battle scenario such as how to fire under enemy fire Rescue the injured 

comrade the first time.


An American soldier is using an infantry training system. The system provides users with an immersive battlefield simulation 

environment.For example, although Air Force training has long been used in battlefield simulations, today's warriors test combat 

skills in virtual reality battlefields. With HMDs or virtual reality glasses such as the Oculus Rift, warriors simply turn their heads 

and body to get a 360-degree view of the different 360-degree real-world environments from the headset's built-in tracking 

system Study and formulate combat plans, such as how to rescue the injured comrade as soon as possible under enemy fire.


Some battlefield simulation plans are even more real. In the integrated feedback training of the Polish army, a faint electric 

shock would be felt once a soldier was "hit." As a loyal fan of the simulation concept, the U.S. Department of Defense requires 

each soldier to have a virtual avatar that feeds back the strengths and weaknesses of testing individual combat skills.


Flexible exoskeleton system


The human weight-bearing dynamic exoskeleton HULC, developed by the Berkeley Bionic Company of Lockheed Martin, is 

equipped with lithium-ion batteries to provide 72 hours of continuous operation. HuLC warriors can easily carry 91 kg of heavy 

objects, these weights are evenly distributed from the hips to the legs of the exoskeleton.


Early military exoskeleton systems failed very much because wearers often used excessive force and were unable to control 

their movements with ease.


In science fiction, you can often see the soldiers dressed in various forms of exoskeleton system, the future of these devices will 

become a reality.


The word "EXOSKELETON" originated in Greek, meaning "outer bones." The new exoskeleton system, which follows the hard 

shell of insects, is a hydraulic structure that allows the wearer to become tall and mighty instantly, with a wider range of limbs 

and effortless strides and weight-lifting.


As early as the 1960s, the U.S. military started to test the performance of the exoskeleton system. For example, the General 

Motors Company of the United States called the "Hardiman" soldier wearable equipment, which can increase the strength of 

soldiers by 25 times. With the exoskeleton system, warriors lift objects as easily as 0.5kg, easily lift 11kg of cargo, and receive 

force feedback - similar to the joystick - so that fighters have a general idea of object resistance.


These pilot projects ended in failure because the early exoskeleton often caused the wearer to move excessively hard to 

perform soft movements. Today, many exoskeleton systems are widely used in the field of cardiac medicine, such as the XOS 

and XOS II, developed by the US Army for Raytheon-Sarkos, the "Hercules" wearable exoskeleton developed by the French 

company RB3D, , As well as the human heavy payload exoskeleton HULC developed by the Lockheed Martin Company in the 

United States, initially aimed at military use.


United States troops equipped with a wide variety of items, standardization of weapons, ammunition ammunition, water and dry 

food, first aid kits and life-saving tools, satellite phones and GPS, helmets and armor, with increasing equipment, its weight is 

also increasing, fighting commanders Worries are also growing as the consequences of a soldier running around an assembly 

weighing between 36 and 45 kilograms are indeed very bad and sometimes deadly.


HULC, a military power exoskeleton developed by the Berkeley Bionic Company of Lockheed Martin, has solved this problem. 

The HULC is equipped with a lithium-polymer battery. Once fully charged, soldiers wearing it can easily carry 91 kilograms of 

weight for an hour, evenly spreading the weight from the hip to the exoskeleton of the leg. As Janestin-Bronke, a military 

research expert, explains: "The obvious advantage of distributing individual armored equipment to the military exoskeleton is 

that it increases the fighting endurance and efficiency of the soldier, assuming that a person is patrolling with a 40-kilogram 

weight A few hours, once the whole body is on fire to crawl forward, he will not be able to get back up again!


Compared to the earlier developed exoskeletons, the HULC is extremely flexible and has a large number of sensors in its 

titanium frame, which are connected to the microcomputer in the exoskeleton and automatically detect the wearer's intentions 

and then drive the hydraulic assembly Make the appropriate action. However, since HULC itself does not provide any armor 

protection, such armor is impractical for infantry.


Bronuk believes that the most fundamental problem with the HULC military exoskeleton remains the battery energy issue. Load-

bearing exoskeletons with armor protection require at least 10 hours of continuous work if they are to perform military tasks. 

However, once the HULC's battery runs out, it is not only a helper, but a cumbersome one. Lockheed is currently planning to 

continually improve HULC systems such as electrocatalytic oxidation of solid oxide fuel cells to ensure that wearers can travel at 

a rate of 16 km / h and their loads continue to travel for as long as 72 hours.


Reduce damage to the smart personal clothing


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is currently testing the Cyber Warrior project to develop a soft, comfortable, 

light-weight, close-fitting accessory that uses computer-controlled fabrics to help soldiers reduce damage and fatigue. Soldiers 

put this personal suit in military uniform, which can be used to protect the legs and joints, requiring only 100 watts.


Military science expert Bronk said: "If you change the structure of an object to the nano-scale, you can develop more high-

performance materials, because nanoscale materials impeccable.You can design a lattice structure, without casting it."


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is currently testing the new warrior clothing Cyber Warrior project to develop 

a soft, comfortable, lightweight, close-fitting accessory that will help soldiers reduce damage and fatigue. Soldiers put this 

personal suit in military uniform, which can be used to protect the legs and joints, requiring only 100 watts.


The Cyber Warrior project aims to create a soft, lightweight body suit using computer-controlled fabrics and wires to provide 

routine surgical support and a legged motorized system to help soldiers reduce muscle and tendon damage and fatigue , I

mprove their ability to perform their tasks effectively. This accessory protects vulnerable areas and promotes efficient and safe 

movement over a wide range of activities (walking, running, jumping, climbing, etc.).


"It is clear that one of the big trends at the moment is that as the intensity of training increases and the size of the army decays, 

we will continue to provide more and more comprehensive protection to our soldiers as much as possible." In my opinion, the 

overall Manned equipment does not show much change because armor service upgrades depend on our expectations of the 

threat. We need to balance the threats we face with the protections we need to meet the demands of warfighting, so the soldiers 

need Man-made assemblies are often still body armor, helmets, and a variety of advanced night vision devices. "


Bulletproof self-healing liquid armor


Scientists can provide more protection by improving their armor performance. For example, the latest development of liquid 

armor, can retain the flexibility of the premise, to enhance the resistance of armor, such as to prevent high-speed projectile 

piercing armor. Polish scientists have developed an armor system that hardens armor's resistance by applying "magic liquid" to 

the surface of the armor. This magical liquid is called a shear thickening fluid that can be hardened at any temperature.


"If you change the structure of an object to nano-scale, you can develop more materials with high resistance because of the 

impeccable nature of nanoscale materials, and you can design a nano-lattice structure rather than cast For example, you can 

create a nanoscale carbon fiber ceramic, which has a perfect lattice structure, the overall combination of materials is very 

dense, more robust than the traditional method of making ceramics.



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