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MilTrans Voice ResponseTranslator is THE ONLY combat proven, eyes-free, hands-free voice recognition system allowing a user to maintain situational awareness and weapons readiness.
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Users speak into the headset, English is translated into 200 languages and then broadcast from a small speaker engineered for high noise.
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Imagine you're a soldier in Baghdad, don't speak Arabic and you must shout a command to a pack of angry-looking insurgents: "Drop your weapons!" You could fire warning shots, or take out a handheld computer and use a stylus to scroll through a list of preprogrammed phrases on a touchscreen and then flip the device around to show enemy combatants the command in Arabic. Not what you want to do in a hostile situation or combat zone.

MilTrans VRT is THE eyes-free, hands-free solution. It stands alone; MICH/ACH Integrated.
 
Applications include providing instructions during force protection, house/vehicle searches, combat patrol, civil aid missions, entry control duty, basic medical triage, ship boarding and prison control.

Contact info@miltrans.com

Integrated Wave Technologies, (IWT)
MilTrans VRT is produced by IWT, a Fremont, CA-based company, that specializes in the development and production of miniaturized speech recognition devices that work in high noise environments.
 
IWT was founded in 1992 by Silicon Valley pioneer John H. Hall, who developed the first successful electronic watch, the first computerized heart pacemaker, the first radiation-hardened computer and other civilian and defense electronics systems.
 
The 11-ounce VRT was developed over the past 12 years with National Institute of Justice and Defense Department funding and has been field tested, receiving strong positive feedback from Police, Green Berets, SEALs, Rangers, Marines, USCG personnel and others in combat deployment and law enforcement tactical missions.

IWT continues to develop speech recognition technology in the advancement of miniaturized tools for military, medical, and law enforcement personnel facing language barriers today. Read more· About Us

DON'T TRUST THE TRANSLATOR? USE A VRT. OVER 10,000 DEPLOYED.

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Using VRT to train the ANA
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Troops from Ft Hood train on VRT for Haiti operations.

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"We mentor the Afghan National Army (ANA) and the VRT has come in handy with both communicating with the ANA and with the local population." -1LT, 2-205 Corps

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Lance Cpl. Josh D. Noble, a 23-year-old rifleman, greets an Iraqi toddler east of Fallujah, Iraq. Noble and other Marines of L Company, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment were looking for insurgents and intelligence when they stopped at the house. [Noble is using the VRT in his top left pocket.]

 

 

MilTrans VRT
202.441.0791
202.549.3096
info@miltrans.com

Integrated Wave
Technologies
4042 Clipper Ct
Fremont, CA
510.353.0260

 
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