The war is constantly changing. Daylight became nightly battles duels, and pre-noon skirmishes moved to sunset massacres – some might say we’re just lazy, but anyway, thermal imaging is now playing very vital role. Now BAE and the JVM – the equivalent of Sweden to the DARPA – have a way to hide the heat signature of heavy machinery. ADAPTIV is a wall of 14 cm panels that monitor ambient heat and it is, so it can not be selected from the background radiation. Technology can also be used to reproduce the profiles of other things – you know, like a calf or a Fiat 500 spotted. BAE believes that technology is scalable for buildings and ships of war, the only drawback being that all future commanders will ensure that their operations are completed before dawn. I would not want your soldiers to see that five o’clock (AM) shade, now would we?
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