Boeing is hoping a unique blend of sensor integration, automated cueing and open-source software will strengthen its burgeoning tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft business. The company has already demonstrated its Reconfigurable Airborne Multi-Intelligence System (Ramis) for a variety of customers, including Army acquisition secretary Heidi Shyu and foreign customers. Boeing officials also showcased Ramis for media during a demonstration flight here April 23. The ...

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