??In July 2016, the US Army Contract Management Command released the advance information needs for the next generation of human eye protection projects, seeking to develop a new generation of laser protective glasses and other goggles to protect the soldier ’s eyes from shrapnel, laser beams, sand, light, etc. Damage. The Army plans to sign a contract of one year or more to develop a prototype of protective glasses. The Army requested that these eye protection equipment must have ballistic debris protection capabilities, high optical quality, laser protection, and be used to different light conditions, and be compatible with general prescription lens frames to adapt to the vision correction needs of combatants. The Army will also focus on mass production capabilities, as production contracts will continue to be signed after R & D contracts. Official information needs to be released on August 3, 2016.
In addition, U.S. Teleda won a fixed-price contract worth US $ 30.082 million from the Air Force for science and imaging companies to provide air crew laser protective glasses. The glasses will provide the crew with enhanced protective abilities to deal with dangerous and threatening laser equipment under combat and practice conditions, while minimizing visual impairment. In addition, the glasses can also provide sufficient protective ability to avoid permanent eye damage caused by laser weapons, temporary glare, flash blindness and other effects. The contract is a contract of only origin, and the relevant operations are estimated to be completed on December 31, 2020.