BAE Systems Aerospace & Defense Group Inc.
|BAE Systems Aerospace & Defense Group Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140276267||Orthotic Load Assistance Device - A load assistance device in which the soldier moves the device, not vice versa, includes a load receptor for receiving load from the mass; a boot clamp for transmitting the load to the user's boot; and a linkage connected between the load receptor and the boot clamp, the linkage having an actuated condition in which the linkage transmits load downward from the load receptor into the boot clamp and having an unactuated condition in which the linkage does not transmit load downward from the load receptor into the boot clamp. At least one sensor senses the user's stride. A computer is responsive to the sensor for controlling movement of the linkage between the actuated and unactuated conditions. The linkage is moved into the actuated condition upon sensing of the commencement of the stance phase of the user's stride and is moved into the unactuated condition in response to sensing of the heel lift phase of the user's stride.||09-18-2014|
|20130127208||Foot Isolation Platform - A foot isolation platform for a vehicle includes a base for connection with the vehicle floor to be movable with the vehicle floor; a foot support movable relative to the base and having an upper surface for supporting the feet of the vehicle occupant above the base; and an isolation member connected in a force-transmitting relationship between the base and the foot support. The isolation member supports the foot support in an extended position above the base. The isolation member acts to isolate the foot support from the vehicle floor in the event of rapid upward movement of the vehicle floor thereby to help protect the lower extremities of the vehicle occupant.||05-23-2013|
|20120297527||Quick Release Mechanism for Garment - A garment such as a plate carrier has a front part and a back part which are held together by a plurality of buckles. The buckles are releasable manually, and also are simultaneously releasable as a group via a quick release mechanism that includes an actuator cord extending through a plurality of rings. Reassembly of the garment after actuation of the quick release mechanism is effected by buckling the plurality of buckles.||11-29-2012|
|20120178270||Connector For Providing A Releasable Electronic Connection And A Peripheral Module Including The Same - A connector, or a peripheral module including a connector, is configured to form at least a portion of an operative link between a wearable combat processing platform and the peripheral module. The connector may be adapted to facilitate deployment with a soldier or combatant in contexts including battlefield contexts. The wearable combat processing platform may include one or more processors and a power distribution unit. The peripheral module may include one or more peripherals configured to communicate data and to receive power over the operative link with the wearable combat processing platform.||07-12-2012|
|20110162177||Quick Release Buckle with Dual Release - A buckle includes two pawls engageable by a tongue. A single spring controls the position of the pawls. The buckle has a manual primary release mode of operation. The buckle also has a secondary release mode of operation, in which the spring acts as a secondary release member for the pawls. This is actuated by pulling force exerted by a single point release lanyard of a quick release vest.||07-07-2011|
|20100012692||Helmet Attachment Platform - A modular helmet attachment platform for ACH and MICH helmets enables the user to attach various off-the-shelf user items that users may have in the field, such as lights, IFF devices, NVGs, and NVG accessories, to a helmet.||01-21-2010|
Patent applications by BAE Systems Aerospace & Defense Group Inc.