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Collins Aerospace has expanded the capabilities of its Monroe, North Carolina campus with a new additive manufacturing center built to support the Raytheon Technologies subsidiary’s aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul work. The center was from a series of investments Collins has made, including the most recent $15 million as part of an economic development incentive […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies subsidiary, will deliver open architecture air combat training equipment to the U.S. Navy as part of the second low-rate production order worth $24 million. The recent award for Tactical Combat Training System – Increment II provides for airborne and ground subsystems as well as fielding requirement support at Navy training […] More
As the Department of the Air Force embarks on its digital transformation journey, the service is looking at how digital twins and other digital engineering tools can simultaneously bolster its high-end weapons systems while rapidly delivering weapons to warfighters in theater. Brig. Gen. Heath Collins, program executive officer for weapons and director of the armament directorate […] More
The U.S. Army has selected Raytheon Technologies‘ Collins Aerospace business to manufacture a small form factor platform capable of enabling secure, real-time data transfers between platforms from different domains. The company said Sunday it will deliver to Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office a cross-domain technology meant to disseminate data across different classification levels. […] More
Patrick Collins, chief growth officer of Ayeon, was featured in the latest Executive Spotlight on GovCon Wire, the sister publication of ExecutiveBiz. In the Q&A session, Collins gave an overview of the complementary capabilities from the Artlin-Sehlke Consulting merger that formed Ayeon and his perspective on the combined company’s acquisitions of Manufacturing Technical Solutions and […] More
Brig. Gen. Heath Collins, program executive officer for weapons at the Air Force, will keynote an ExecutiveBiz forum on April 14 to give his perspective on how digital engineering methods and technologies can help the service branch develop warfighting platforms. Collins has concurrently served as PEO for Weapons and director of the Armament Directorate at […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies company, has secured a two-year, $48.3 million contract to help the U.S. Navy reduce risks and meet very-low-frequency integration requirements for the C-130 aircraft. The contractor will perform developmental design, cybersecurity risk assessments, logistical analysis and non-recurring engineering efforts to meet the transport plane’s size, weight and power cooling requirements, […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies business, has been tapped by Boeing to build a modern electric power generation system for the U.S. Air Force’s B-52 bombers. EPGS will consist of eight generators to deliver electricity to B-52 systems and other upcoming upgrades while using less engine power than the aircraft’s current 70-year-old electric power technology, […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ Collins Aerospace business held a demonstration in December to showcase data processing and networking capabilities that could support the U.S. military’s combined joint all domain command and control initiatives. The subsidiary said Monday its technologies were able to help proxy aircraft collect and transmit targeting information on a subject to inform attacks by […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ (NYSE: RTX) Collins Aerospace has received a $146.79 million order from the U.S. Air Force to supply airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensor pods to Taiwan as part of a foreign military sales agreement. USAF awarded the order under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for MS-110 Tactical Reconnaissance Pod manufacturing and testing services, the Department […] More
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