Knowing the US DOD they'll probably get Microsoft to write the software for this stuff... I for one wouldn't want to have to hit ctrl-alt-del every 5 mins in the midst of a firefight.
Also whichever genius thinks the nano-tech material will be able to detect bullets on its own has been smoking crack. The only way it is going to work is with somekind of millimetre wave radar. That poses three problems - one the weight of the radar & its power source. Two the battery life of the power source. And finally the minor problem that any wearer in his active radar nano suit is going to be lit up on the battlefield like a f*cking christmas tree. Not clever or conducive to longterm survival...
But the film was crap ! What we really want is the suits described in the book, a ton of lethal machinery that can leap through the air and smash through walls while raining destruction on the foe. Everything up to and including shoulder launched nuclear weapons - only issued to NCOs and above if I remember correctly though.
Man, that's just what I thought. "Windows for Warriors 2.0" "This program has performed an illegal operation. Exit now."
And the rubbish you'd get mixed in with your battlefield data: "Enhance your masculine performance." "Save money with Viagra from Hong Kong." "Oxycontin cheap." "Bored housewives want to meet you NOW!" "Lower your mortgage payment."