Raytheon Missiles & Defense, a Raytheon Technologies business, unveils its new name for a family of advanced air and missile defense radars: a series of radars with enhanced sensor performance and reliability—improving defense capability against the proliferation and evolution of the advanced threats of today and tomorrow.
Resilient, versatile, and reliable: For over half a century now, the self-powered illumination technology trigalight provides pinpoint accuracy in challenging visibility conditions. The invention of the technology led to the foundation of Swiss microtechnology specialist mb-microtec ag in 1969. Today, the family-owned company is the world’s leading manufacturer of gaseous tritium light sources (GTLS) for the security industry and tactical field.
In this panel, audiences heard from operators and missile defense officials on the challenges to fire integration, as well as their ongoing work on the Integrated Air and Missile Battle Command System that will unite previously separate systems.
Internal and external threats to traditional defense acquisition efforts are placing a greater premium on the importance of maximizing modularity in solving future combat lethality challenges via cost effective solutions.
Off the coast of Hawaii, a Standard Missile-3 Block IIA interceptor launched from the guided missile destroyer USS John Finn, rocketed outside Earth’s atmosphere and destroyed an intercontinental ballistic missile target.It was the first test of its kind in the physical world. But in the digital world, it had already happened – many, many times.
A proven team – and two of the world’s most advanced radars – combine to deliver superior surveillance, target discrimination and defensive capabilities against all classes of ballistic missile threats.
Imagine a conversation with Allan and Malcolm Loughead (who later became the “Lockheed” brothers) in 1913 on the day they flew the Model-G Hydro-Aeroplane, or with aviation pioneer Igor Sikorsky after his first practical helicopter took flight in Connecticut in 1939. How would you explain the game-changing, integrated capabilities of today’s next-generation aircraft—and what they’ll be capable of in the future? It starts with three core capabilities: speed, connectivity and intelligence.
Facing a transformative threat landscape, U.S. security officials and industry leaders are racing to build a layered missile defense system that can identify, intercept, and eliminate any missile launched toward American soil. During this discussion, we heard about progress on these efforts and what challenges are standing in the way of success.
The integration of SPY-6 radar arrays is underway on the USS Jack H. Lucas, giving the U.S. Navy’s newest guided missile destroyer a next-gen edge. Learn how we’re helping to keep “Jack on track” – with capabilities that far exceed anything else at sea.
Wind Talker Innovation’s most important innovation is Osmosis(R), a software solution designed to leverage existing telecoms infrastructure in a way that gives people all over the globe (and even above it) the ability to securely, directly, and instantaneously connect.
The global security threats of today demand a connection between U.S. Armed Forces and allies unlike ever before. Soldiers face fast-moving adversaries in hard to reach locations. To fight and win in this environment will require a momentous, operational shift.
The coronavirus pandemic has challenged businesses around the world this year, but few sectors have been disrupted as much as the aerospace industry. Companies will need exhibit both innovation and attention to detail as they seek to bounce back.
This event took place on October 14, 2020AUSA leaders and reporters from Defense News and C4ISRNET discussed the news from the day’s meetings, offering analysis on the keynote speeches and providing perspective on what to expect moving forward. This was a quick analysis of Day 2 of the 2020 AUSA Annual Meeting.Watch the webcast recording: [insert video]
Hear from AUSA leaders and reporters from Defense News and C4ISRNET as they discuss the news from each day’s meeting, offer analysis on the keynote speeches and provide perspective on what to expect moving forward.
With over 7,000 employees across the country — engineers, technicians, test pilots, customer support specialists, and more — and over 20 industrial / commercial sites and several service centers to date, Leonardo has established itself over several decades as a major contributor to US aerospace, defense and security, keeping Americans safe coast-to-coast.