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TALOS: Military Developing Real Iron Man Suits

Before It’s News – by Alton Parish

Army researchers are responding to a request from the U.S. Special Operations Command for technologies to help develop a revolutionary Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit. The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS, is an advanced infantry uniform that promises to provide superhuman strength with greater ballistic protection. Using wide-area networking and on-board computers, operators will have more situational awareness of the action around them and of their own bodies.  

The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS, is an advanced infantry uniform that promises to provide superhuman strength with greater ballistic protection. Using wide-area networking and on-board computers, operators will have more situational awareness of the action around them and of their own bodies.

The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, known as RDECOM, is submitting TALOS proposals in response to the May 15 2013 request.

“There is no one industry that can build it,” said SOCOM Senior Enlisted Advisor Command Sgt. Maj. Chris Faris during a panel discussion at a conference at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., recently, reported Defense Media Network.

“The requirement is a comprehensive family of systems in a combat armor suit where we bring together an exoskeleton with innovative armor, displays for power monitoring, health monitoring, and integrating a weapon into that — a whole bunch of stuff that RDECOM is playing heavily in,” said. Lt. Col. Karl Borjes, an RDECOM science advisor assigned to SOCOM.

TALOS will have a physiological subsystem that lies against the skin that is embedded with sensors to monitor core body temperature, skin temperature, heart rate, body position and hydration levels.

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are currently developing armor made from magnetorheological fluids — liquid body armor — that transforms from liquid to solid in milliseconds when a magnetic field or electrical current is applied. Though still in development, this technology will likely be submitted to support TALOS.

“RDECOM cuts across every aspect making up this combat armor suit,” Borjes said “It’s advanced armor. It’s communications, antennas. It’s cognitive performance. It’s sensors, miniature-type circuits. That’s all going to fit in here, too.”

SOCOM demonstrations will take place July 8-10 2013, at or near MacDill Air Force Base.

The request asks participants to submit a white paper summary of their technology by May 31 2013, describing how TALOS can be constructed using current and emerging technologies. A limited number of participant white papers will be selected and those selected will demonstrate their technologies.

The initial demonstration goal is to identify technologies that could be integrated into an initial capability within a year. A second goal is to determine if fielding the TALOS within three years is feasible.

U.S. Army science advisors, such as Borjes, are embedded with major units around the world to speed technology solutions to Soldiers’ needs. The Field Assistance in Science and Technology program’s 30 science advisors, both uniformed officers and Army civilians, provide a link between Soldiers and the RDECOM’s thousands of subject matter experts.

RDECOM MISSION

The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command has the mission to develop technology and engineering solutions for America’s Soldiers.

RDECOM is a major subordinate command of the U.S. Army Materiel Command. AMC is the Army’s premier provider of materiel readiness — technology, acquisition support, materiel development, logistics power projection, and sustainment — to the total force, across the spectrum of joint military operations. If a Soldier shoots it, drives it, flies it, wears it, eats it or communicates with it, AMC provides it.

On September 23, 2010, Clark Gregg — the actor known for his recurring role as Agent Phil Coulson in Marvel Studios’ Iron Man movies — visited the Raytheon Sarcos research lab in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the unveiling of the company’s wearable XOS 2 robotics suit.

http://beforeitsnews.com/science-and-technology/2013/08/talos-military-developing-real-iron-man-suits-2625262.html

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12 Responses to TALOS: Military Developing Real Iron Man Suits

  1. Jolly Roger says:

    “It’s advanced armor. It’s communications, antennas. It’s cognitive performance. It’s sensors, miniature-type circuits.”

    It’s more BS from the same military that can’t get a decent fighter plane built after decades of experience with them. I’m sure it looks good on a computer screen, but when it actually works, if it’s even possible that it can work, then maybe I’ll believe it, but as of right now they have a long history of trying to scare people with their high-tech weaponry and gadgetry that does not, and cannot exist in the real world.

  2. Mark Schumacher - NV says:

    Spray the f#%ker with some quick set industrial insulation foam. Now he is the village useless idiot.

    • diggerdan says:

      Aw hell Mark. shoot em in the face or where ever with one of those emergency flare guns and light him up.

  3. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS, is an advanced infantry uniform that promises to provide superhuman strength with greater ballistic protection.”

    Greater ballistic protection.

    Doesn’t say anything about it being fireproof.

  4. NC says:

    In regards to the second and fourth videos, didn’t we see this technology in the movie, “Aliens”?

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