Raytheon Technologies Corp

Waltham, MA 02451


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870 Winter St
Waltham, MA 02451
United States

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Raytheon Technologies Corporation is an aerospace and defense company that provides advanced systems and services for commercial, military and government customers worldwide.



Air Force approaches industry for radar cross section (RCS) test and measurement for future nuclear weapons

Experts need a test radar able to identify defects, verify repairs, and assess the LRSO system for maintenance, repair, and production acceptance.

Navy asks Raytheon to upgrade computers and networking shipboard electronics aboard Zumwalt-class destroyers

The three Zumwalt-class destroyers are multi-mission stealth ships with onboard computers and computer networking that focus on land attack.

Raytheon to provide airborne surveillance radar imaging capability for Navy P-8A Poseidon patrol aircraft

The Raytheon AN/APY-10 maritime, littoral, and overland airborne surveillance radar is a relatively new design for the P-8A.

Special Operations forces ask RTX Raytheon to upgrade Silent Knight covert radar for nighttime commando ops

The above-K-band multi-aircraft terrain-following radar enables Special Forces aircraft to infiltrate dangerous areas undetected and at night.

Navy taps RTX Raytheon for critical radar hardware for missile defense aboard Burke-class surface warships

The Raytheon AN/SPY-6(V) AMDR will improve the Burke-class destroyer's ability to detect hostile aircraft, surface ships, and ballistic missiles.

RTX Raytheon asked to provide tactical networking and fire control to keep U.S. Army artillery on target

AFATDS ranks targets in importance based on sensor data, and performs attack analysis using situational data combined with commander's guidance.

Marines ask Raytheon to continue building early models of NMESIS land-based anti-ship missile system

NSM has an infrared seeker, onboard target database, and navigates by Global Positioning System (GPS), inertial sensors, and terrain-referencing.

Marine Corps asks Raytheon to start building anti-ship missile with unmanned launcher for attack beaches

NMESIS integrates a Naval Strike Missile (NSM) launcher unit, capable of launching two NSMs, onto a ROGUE-Fires carrier for shore defense.

Navy asks Raytheon to upgrade and recertify Tomahawk Block IV land-attack cruise missile and guidance system

The Tomahawk Block IV is for land-attack missions, and has been upgraded to attack moving ships; it launches from surface warships and submarines.

Navy taps Raytheon for carrier landing system for Japan that uses differential GPS for aircraft navigation

JPALS is an all-weather GPS-based landing system that provides landing guidance for fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters aboard aircraft carriers.

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Navy asks Raytheon for electro-optical multispectral sensors for MQ-9, MQ-8, and other unmanned aircraft

The AN/DAS-4 MTS enables mission commanders to use high-definition data from an airborne tactical sensor to identify and engage targets.

Navy asks Raytheon for technology upgrades to Aegis combat systems aboard Navy and allied destroyers

Aegis combat system uses powerful computers and radar to track and guide weapons at enemy targets; more than 100 Aegis-equipped ships are deployed.

Raytheon to provide air-to-ground missile with imaging infrared seeker and autonomous guidance for Taiwan

JSOW can be launched from F/A-18, F-16, F-15, F-35, and Jas Gripen jet fighter-bombers; as well as from B-1B, B-2A, and B-52H long-range jet bombers.

Collins Aerospace to continue development of future VLF communications with submerged missile submarines

Collins will perform critical design analysis and studies for an updated VLF system for the future E-6B TACAMO Recapitalization Program (E-XX).

Raytheon to build 53 AGM-154 Block 3 C glide bombs with imaging infrared guidance for attacking hard targets

The AGM-154 JSOW is medium range precision-guided weapon for attacking defended targets from outside the range of standard anti-aircraft defenses.

Marine Corps asks Raytheon to start building NMESIS anti-ship missiles for shore defense on invasion beaches

NMESIS will provide the Marine Corps High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) battalions with anti-ship missiles to help defense invasion beaches.

Raytheon to support air-defense radar system to counter unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and helicopters

The Sentinel radar system also interfaces with the Counter-Rocket, Artillery, Mortar (C-RAM) Increment I system to protect friendly aircraft.

Raytheon to build StormBreaker missiles with tri-mode seekers, millimeter-wave radar, and infrared homing

The winged StormBreaker's radar and infrared guidance can guide the missile to moving targets in darkness, rain, fog, smoke or dust.

Navy researchers ask Raytheon to develop and demonstrate two prototype advanced photonic radar systems

The BEYOND photonic radar project will demonstrate signals intelligence (SIGINT) and high-quality passive geolocation far beyond current capabilities.

Special Forces ask Raytheon for covert terrain-following radar for commandos to infiltrate enemy territory

Special Operations aircraft can at low altitudes covertly at night to insert and remove commando forces for operations behind enemy lines.
Trusted Computing

Southwest Research takes-on cyber security project to develop trusted computing for tactical operations

Southwest Research to work with military to develop cyber tactics, techniques, and procedures through exercises and proof-of-concept demonstrations.

Navy asks Raytheon to provide critical components for radar-guided anti-air missiles for ship self defense

The ship self defense missile has a dual-mode X-band radar seeker than can engage enemy planes and missiles at ranges beyond 25 miles.

Raytheon, Northrop Grumman move forward on Glide Phase Intercept (GPI) hypersonic missile defense project

GPI is for regional hypersonic missile defense by launching modified missiles from U.S. Navy surface warships against incoming hypersonic missiles.
Aim 9 X 25 Oct 2023

Navy asks Raytheon to prepare ramping-up production of AIM-9X air-to-air infrared-guided aircraft missile

AIM-9X is an infrared-guided heat-seeking missile for most jet fighters, fighter-bombers, and other offensive combat aircraft in the U.S. arsenal.
Bradley 14 Sept 2023

Army eyes positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) vetronics that resist electronic warfare (EW) jamming

The Collins MAPS Gen II system is designed to boost protection against GPS jamming by using Military Code (M-Code) and modernized signal tracking.
Tow Missile 13 Sept 2023

Raytheon to build Army TOW 2B optically guided anti-tank missile systems with RF and microwave data links

The multimission bunker-buster missiles are a primary precision anti-armor, anti-fortification, and anti-amphibious-landing weapons.
Maritime Tomahawk 7 Sept 2023

Navy asks Raytheon for multi-sensor anti-ship guidance to enable Tomahawk missiles to hit targets at sea

The Raytheon Maritime Strike Tomahawk has improvements to navigation and multi-sensor in-flight targeting that give it anti-ship missile capability.
Wireless Transmission 22 Aug 2023

Power from the sky: unmanned optical relays may provide on-demand electricity for the battlefield

Might such an on-demand power network use only UAV relays, or eventually involve orbiting satellites? The short answer is, it's far too early to tell.
Artist’s concept of PREFIRE CubeSats in space. Image courtesy NASA JPL.
Commercial Aerospace

NASA selects Rocket Lab USA to launch PREFIRE polar observation mission

Blue Canyon Technologies in Layfayette, Colorado, is building the CubeSats.
Wireless Power 15 Aug 2023

Raytheon chosen to develop scalable laser-based military wireless on-demand power-distribution network

POWER optical technologies are to create an airborne relay capable of redirection, wavefront correction, and energy harvesting of optical beams.
Javelin 4 Aug 2023

Army orders infantry fire-and-forget anti-tank missiles with electro-optical guidance in $13.5 million deal

Javelin uses imaging infrared guidance to steer the missile's tandem warhead to its target; the weapon specializes in defeating reactive armor.
P 8 A 27 July 2023

Navy asks Raytheon to build surveillance radar for P-8A Poseidon maritime and ASW reconnaissance aircraft

The Raytheon AN/APY-10 radar has reduced size, additional target track capabilities, color weather avoidance mode, and room for technology growth.
Stryker 14 July 2023

Army picks Collins to provide PNT in vetronics to protect armored combat vehicles from modern GPS threats

The latest version of the Collins Aerospace MAPS, the MAPS Gen II system, keeps up with the pace of current and future enemy threats and technologies.
Amraam 13 July 2023

RTX Raytheon to build radar-guided anti-air missiles with upgraded guidance section in $1.15 billion deal

Raytheon AMRAAM production has involved missiles that integrate the form, fit, function refresh of the AMRAAM guidance section.
Collins Aerospace image

RTX selected for crossover task order under NASA xEVAS contract

The follow-on task order allows Collins to add on to the company's new spacesuit design, developing elements that are compatible for use on the lunar surface as part of NASA's...
Deucsi 10 July 2023

Three defense companies move ahead on path-agnostic space internet that capitalizes on commercial satellites

DEUCSI project seeks to move and share data seamlessly among fixed and mobile locations using high-bandwidth beyond-line-of-sight communications.
Mine Neutralization 19 June 2023

Raytheon to build unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) with explosive warhead to destroy or disable ocean mines

The Barracuda UUV is a semi-autonomous, expendable mine neutralizer system that measures about three feet long and five inches in diameter.
Collins Connected Galley Inserts
Commercial Aerospace

Collins Aerospace introduces new connected galley inserts for commercial aircraft

Once connected, the galley inserts automatically transmit data in real-time from the aircraft to maintenance operations, differentiating between specific unit component issues...
Commercial Aerospace

LATAM selects Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power Airbus A320neo family aircraft

LATAM currently operates more than 80 V2500-powered Airbus A320ceo and 16 GTF-powered Airbus A320neo family aircraft.