Air Force to deploy the headset device implanted in the teeth called & # 039; molar microphones & # 039;

The United States Air Force will soon launch a unique communications system that will be implanted in the back teeth of the soldiers

The United States Air Force will soon launch a unique communications system that will be implanted in the back teeth of the soldiers.

Sonitus Technologies recently announced its $ 10 million contract with the Department of Defense, which will allow them to continue through their second phase of development of the Molar Mic & # 39; for the Air Force.

"The innovative two-way personal communication system adapts to traditional miniaturized headsets in a device that attaches to the user's back teeth," according to the California-based company.

The United States Air Force will soon launch a unique communications system that will be implanted in the back teeth of the soldiers

The United States Air Force will soon launch a unique communications system that will be implanted in the back teeth of the soldiers

Sonitus Technologies recently announced its $ 10 million contract with the Department of Defense, which will allow them to continue with their second phase of development of the "Mic Molar" (pictured) for the Air Force.

Sonitus Technologies recently announced its $ 10 million contract with the Department of Defense, which will allow them to continue with their second phase of development of the "Mic Molar" (pictured) for the Air Force.

Sonitus Technologies recently announced its $ 10 million contract with the Department of Defense, which will allow them to continue with their second phase of development of the "Mic Molar" (pictured) for the Air Force.

"The innovative bidirectional personal communication system adapts to traditional miniaturized headphones in a device that fits the user's back teeth," according to the California-based company.

According to the company's website, the Air Force is the first branch of the US Army. UU In taking advantage of an audio interface system that allows clear communication in the harshest conditions.

These conditions may include performing underwater, in free fall, and wearing full-life support masks

"Sonitus Technologies is honored to bring this technology that changes the game to the military elite of our country, making them safer and more effective by allowing them to communicate clearly, even in the most extreme situations," said Peter Hadrovic, CEO of Sonitus Technologies.

& # 39; The voice interface maintains communications in dangerous and challenging environments. The Molar Mic is the first in our family of solutions that conventional approaches are unable to address. "

Each soldier will receive a mouthpiece that fits to measure. The nozzle is connected to your transmitter through near-field magnetic induction.

The mouthpiece contains a bone conduction speaker, a built-in waterproof microphone and a rechargeable battery wirelessly.

According to the company's website, the Air Force is the first branch of the US Army. UU That takes advantage of an audio interface system that allows clear communication in the most adverse conditions, such as underwater, in free fall and when using full life support masks

According to the company's website, the Air Force is the first branch of the US Army. UU That takes advantage of an audio interface system that allows clear communication in the most adverse conditions, such as underwater, in free fall and when using full life support masks

According to the company's website, the Air Force is the first branch of the US Army. UU That takes advantage of an audio interface system that allows clear communication in the most adverse conditions, such as underwater, in free fall and when using full life support masks

For the user to listen to incoming communications, the mouthpiece uses bone conduction. Bone conduction is the transmission of sound to the inner ear through the bones of the skull or teeth

For the user to listen to incoming communications, the mouthpiece uses bone conduction. Bone conduction is the transmission of sound to the inner ear through the bones of the skull or teeth

For the user to listen to incoming communications, the mouthpiece uses bone conduction. Bone conduction is the transmission of sound to the inner ear through the bones of the skull or teeth

"The mouthpiece is hooked when using a 'snap fit' so tight, but comfortably, it attaches to the upper molars of the back, according to the Sonitus website.

For the user to listen to incoming communications, the mouthpiece uses bone conduction.

Bone conduction is the transmission of sound to the inner ear through the bones of the skull or teeth.

The mouthpiece translates sound into vibration in the teeth, which is again translated into sound by the inner ear. The sound will seem to come from inside the head & # 39; instead of doing it from the outer ear as you would get used to.

Users can listen simultaneously through the outer ear as they normally would.

The mouthpiece also has a waterproof microphone that allows users to speak normally or in whispers.

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