United Technologies Corp. (UTC) is undergoing its biggest transformation since it was formed, as United Aircraft, by the breakup of Boeing and Pratt & Whitney in 1934. As it prepares to be reborn in 2020 as a focused, $50 billion aerospace supplier, UTC is taking a hard look at its role in enabling the future of aviation. As a first tangible step, UTC has created a Skunk Works-like organization, United Technologies Advanced Projects (UTAP), to take on disruptive ideas that bring its ...

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