Sponsored by Raytheon Intelligence & SpaceSep 21, 2022
Aviation Week talks to Raytheon Intelligence & Space about its cutting-edge technologies in the business’s air dominance portfolio, and how these are addressing the complex challenges currently faced by warfighters.
When U.S. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall came into office in mid-2021, one of his first steps was to review the Advanced Battle Management System program and broader command and control modernization efforts.
The U.S. Air Force wants new input from industry for three key mission areas—electromagnetic spectrum, weapons and its mobility aircraft—looking for emerging tech that can help the service address emerging threats.
A cost-saving core platform that shares a common design, engineering and production system and major components with four types of uncrewed aircraft systems optimized for different missions has emerged as General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.’s vision for the U.S. Air Force’s future Collaborative Combat Aircraft program.
Pioneer Aerospace, an experienced manufacturer of parachutes and aerodynamic deceleration systems for NASA space missions, has been acquired by Aviation Safety Resources, a company developing aircraft recovery parachute systems for the advanced air mobility market.