Friendly Fire prevention System for Infantry

Friendly Fire prevention System for Infantry
>> Two genius people Wen Hao Lui & Aadeetya Shreedhar from cornell university have made Friendly Fire prevention System for Infantry as their final year project.
>> A brief description in their own words “This project implements an Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) system for use by soldiers to prevent friendly-fire. The inspiration for the project is derived from Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) transponder systems currently used on fighter aircraft and military vehicles. Fighter aircraft fitted with an IFF system transmit a coded radio (RF) message to other aircraft detected within a pre-set range. Friendly aircraft can decrypt the RF message and provide a correctly encrypted response to prevent fratricide
>> Each soldier’s rifle is fitted with a laser that sends out an IFF query. If a friendly soldier is in the line of sight of such rifles, the IFF system produces a feedback signal. This signal can be used to generate an audible/visual warning, or to momentarily jam the rifle.”
>> You can find more details about this project here.

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