Carrying only a backpack and a drone, Soldiers could capture and eventually re-create entire sections of forests and steep mountains.
They can map 3D data from the rough, dry wasteland of the Mohave Desert, the dense rainforests of Hawaii or the rocky, landscape of woodlands. They can even replicate the detail of a bustling metropolis.
And with this data, they can capture intricate details down to the species of trees. That data will be optimized and aggregated with data from other geospatial sensors to build a digital environment Soldiers could use to train for war or duplicate an operational battlefield.
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