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Charles River Analytics, along with its partners at Raytheon Technologies‘ Collins Aerospace business, has received a $6 million contract from the U.S. Air Force and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the development of a platform envisioned to combine human expertise and artificial intelligence. CRA said Tuesday the team will work on a prototype […] More
Collins Aerospace has showcased to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency a company system that uses 5G technology to support high-throughput communications. The system, developed through DARPA’s Pheme project, worked to facilitate video and data transfer between airborne and ground radios with minimal detection during a recent demonstration, the Raytheon Technologies unit said Tuesday. Collins […] More
Collins Aerospace seeks to further support its interior products portfolio and provide customers with maintenance, repair and overhaul services through a new facility in Lenexa, Kansas. The Raytheon Technologies subsidiary said Tuesday the 279,000-square-foot center of excellence will feature technology engineering, development and manufacturing capabilities, and an MRO service area for its galley inserts, oxygen […] More
Collins Aerospace, part of Raytheon Technologies, worked with General Atomics, Palantir Technologies, Parry Labs and Tektonux to jointly demonstrate multiple technologies in an integrated, multi-domain operation scenario. Collins said Thursday it led the integration of various MDO-applicable technologies for the Open Group FACE and SOSA Consortia Technical Interchange Meeting, which showcased open-systems architecture. The integration […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies business, has opened a new customer experience center in Huntsville, Alabama, to support aviation programs of the U.S. Army and offer technology demonstration and collaborative spaces. The company said Monday its new facility is located near the Army’s Alabama-based Redstone Arsenal and will support a range of aviation efforts including […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies subsidiary, will supply the NP2000 propeller systems that the U.S. Air Force will install on 26 more units of the C-130H transport aircraft. The system upgrades will support C-130H aircraft assigned to the U.S. Air National Guard and USAF Reserve forces, the company said Tuesday. USAF plans to replace the […] More
Collins Aerospace has introduced a handheld system designed to provide military divers navigation capabilities during deep sea missions. The Raytheon Technologies subsidiary said Thursday it developed the Military Underwater Navigation System with M-Code system with U.K.-based Blue Print Subsea, which produces handheld underwater navigation tools to help locate objects and support search-and-rescue missions. Adam Atkins, […] More
Collins Aerospace has demonstrated various technologies designed to help the U.S. military establish an integrated network of battlefield sensors for situational awareness. The company said Tuesday it tested sensors, mission computing technologies and communication systems that align with the Department of Defense’s Combined Joint All Domain Command and Control concept and the U.S. Air Force’s […] More
Collins Aerospace has launched a new flight control and vehicle management computer designed to deliver 20 times the processing power of existing company-built systems. The Perigon computer features a flexible and open-system design and has enough power to run by itself various software applications such as autonomous and fly-by-wire flight control, cybersecurity and predictive maintenance, the […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies business, has opened its first in-region facility for preparing F-35 aircraft pilots outside the U.S. to support the Royal Netherlands Air Force and international clients. The F-35 Pilot Readiness Center at RNLAF’s Center for Man in Aviation in Soesterberg, The Netherlands, will provide Dutch airmen with helmet fitting, calibration, training […] More
Collins Aerospace‘s simulation and training solutions unit has received a $64.88 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Warfare Center to provide training equipment for piloting and maintaining an airborne early warning aircraft. The contractor will deliver one E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training Systems IV weapons systems trainer, technical refreshes and updates to readiness […] More
Two flight software products from Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies company, now conform to standards of the Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment, also known as the FACE Consortium. Collins said Thursday its Mission Flight Management Software and Localizer Performance and Vertical Guidance Calculator have been FACE-certified following the completion of an independent verification and […] More
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