To help military and government agencies keep pace with rapidly evolving threats, Raytheon has developed a virtual software factory — a mix of physical coding spaces, cloud-based tools and software experts — to quickly deliver new capabilities to the military. Continue reading “Raytheon Develops Virtual Software Factory”
The U.S. Army is interested in exploring complementary concepts and technologies to train its units. Continue reading “U.S. Army Builds Synthetic Battlefield to Blend with Live Training”
Raytheon and Northrop Grumman have signed a teaming agreement to develop, produce and integrate Northrop Grumman’s scramjet combustors to power Raytheon’s air-breathing hypersonic weapons.
Raytheon will deliver new troposcatter communication systems to the U.S. Army as part of a 10-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity contract worth up to $663 million to ensure troops have access to secure voice and data communications in contested environments.
In the same spirit that drove the engineers of the Apollo 11 mission to accomplish what had seemed impossible, Raytheon’s innovators are working on world-changing technologies that push the limits of what people can do.
Raytheon is developing a portable device to evaluate bacteria and their potential to cause harm—information that could support the future development of medical countermeasures and improved screening tools.
To give military commanders that early warning ability, Lockheed Martin turned to Raytheon as one of two contractors selected to design the payload for its Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared, or Next Gen OPIR, Block 0 resilient missile warning satellite.Continue reading “Raytheon Developing Payload For a More Resilient Missile Warning System”