Circular review system

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A Circular review system is a system on board some armoured combat vehicles or tanks which provides the crew greater situational awareness (such as a 360° view) outside of the vehicle.

Illustration of using overlay marking runways, road, and buildings in Circular review system display

Differing systems may provide panoramic or enhanced imagery, Blue Force Tracking, marking of enemy positions, target acquisition, coordination of fire between networked combat vehicles, or enhanced threat recognition.[1]

Circular review system of the company LimpidArmor

Imagery may be provided by sensors on the vehicle, or from external UAVs or UGVs. Information may be presented on helmet-mounted or other display systems.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Slyusar, Vadym (2019). "Artificial intelligence as the basis of future control networks". Preprint.
  2. ^ IDF to trial Elbit's IronVision in Merkava MBT Archived April 19, 2017, at the Wayback Machine Peter Felstead, Tel Aviv - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly, 27 March 2017
  3. ^ HoloLens for tanks will augment the reality of war

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