Raytheon sees missiles experience as springboard for unmanned aircraft business
Known as a supplier of sensor and control systems, Raytheon sees the expanding unmanned aircraft market as an opportunity to graduate to the coveted prime contractor role. But it is the companyâ€™s long heritage in the missile business, rather than its past involvement in aircraft manufacturing, that is providing the springboard. â€śWhen you start to get into large wingspans, you are in the aircraft business. But when you get smaller itâ€™s not an aircraft business, itâ€™s a missile business,â€ť ...
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