Soldiers will also be able to share data with vehicles, aircraft and other soldiers. As has been seen in science-fiction movies, a dropdown piece of eyewear from the helmet allows the soldier to see a 17-inch computer screen displaying anything relayed to the soldier. This eyewear device is see-through, so it hangs out in space. This allows soldiers to take in all supporting data while keeping both hands on their weapons.
One of the most stunning facts about the FWS:
The onboard computer will monitor soldiers' overall physiological picture of how they are performing in the battle zone. The Warrior Physiological Status Monitoring System gives the soldier's body core temperature, skin temperature, heart rate, whether the soldier is standing or prone, and how much water the soldier has drunk. A medic, who can be far away, will now be able to diagnose and treat a soldier who is about to have sunstroke, without even physically seeing the soldier.