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I'm Allison Barrie and welcome -- war games where each week I find cutting edge military and security technology.
You can check yes I love seeing military technology creatively applied to this week -- focusing on how defence security and aerospace giant BA systems.
Have been taking their knowledge from the battlefield.
And applying it to support -- athlete in the Olympic and paralympic games so what sort of innovations this project predicts.
They took the wind -- that they ordinarily used to test fighter jets like you're a fighter type thing and instead applied it to the Carolyn -- They took Balentien re racing in wheelchairs and put them and these tunnels that ordinarily test fighter -- to -- -- -- These -- olympians -- better improve their aerodynamics.
Give him suggestions on how to can change their posture -- position -- their share.
Actions shave off those critical seconds in their time and in sports where.
A millisecond community difference between meddling in not meddling at Kunis is a fantastic and translating fighter jet -- -- -- teach -- -- wheelchairs on the battlefield it's very helpful to advance summons a friend -- -- -- -- technologies that does this is called battlefield identification technology does it says on the tin.
So very cool these systems actually installed this very same battlefield technology into the elegant it was built for the Olympics recycling competitions.
As well as the paralympics.
Using this technology that cyclists coaches couldn't.
Track up to thirty cyclists simultaneously.
And that -- their performances to help increase speed and and results when competing cities and it's gotta love pleases me.
-- senator norm could use to protect aircraft from hostile attack.
In this case he says since -- to use them to support their pentathlon -- it's been about -- -- recently because they're moving from traditional pistols to me is that -- But these systems took this technology actually created the portable version called -- That the athletes could take with them to help and training and service -- Akerson is what they're hoping.
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