Pilot Body Heat Regulation
When a soldier or pilot becomes overheated, their mental and physical reactions can be compromised. Extended exposure to hot environments, in the desert for example, can also be dangerous.
Thermoelectric cooling assemblies chill fluid, which is circulated throughout a vest worn by the soldier or pilot. The system effectively cools the soldier or pilot, ensuring their mental acuity and physical reactions remain consistent despite harsh temperature environments. Most recent thermoelectric assembly developments have resulted in portable cooled air systems. These systems give the wearer more freedom of movement and the ability to complete normal mission functions in extreme hot or cold environments.