In March 2010, Hyperstealth completed the CUEPAT (Canadian Urban Pattern) development for the Canadian Forces: Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC).
HyperStealth developed the Kingdom of Jordan's advanced KA2TM digital pattern, Chile's FracticalTM Pattern, UAE DestexTM Pattern, Slovakian Digital ThunderTM and CloudcamTM aircraft patterns, India's O8TM pattern, Afghanistan National Army (ANA); Spec4ce Afghan Forest Pattern, Afghanistan Civil Police (ANCOP); Spec4ce Sierra, Special Forces SOPATTM and CamopatTM patterns, W.L. Gore & Associates (Gore-Tex®) OptifadeTM Big Game Open Country, Optifade Big Game Forest and Optifade European Forest, 3M® ConsealmentTM Camouflage printed vinyl and numerous other countries camouflage patterns still within trials.
Quantum Stealth is made from light bending material. The material hides a target in the visible spectrum but it also bends in the Ultraviolet, Infrared and Shortwave Infrared while it blocks the Thermal Spectrum.
The Solar Panel Amplifier uses a lens material that provides more than triple the output of an equal thin film control panel and almost triple that of a monocrystalline panel.
Display System is capable of producing holographic-like images with the addition of a powered projector.
Using this method, the user can split a single laser into over 3,888,000 smaller lasers. It can be used in LIDAR applications.
Officially dubbed “Quantum Stealth,” the shield is made of light-bending material that could be used to obscure objects of varying sizes.
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