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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‘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
Collins Aerospace will open a new facility in Houston as part of the company’s plans to expand operations of its mission systems unit and host the city’s first incubator for spaceflight technology projects. Houston Airports, which functions as a local aviation department, pledged $25.6 million in capital improvement funds to help the aerospace supplier build […] More
Raytheon’s Technologies’ Collins Aerospace business has received a pair of contracts worth $21 million combined from the U.S. Air Force to develop two open architecture software-defined radio systems for processing data over a multinode network.  Collins said Tuesday it aims to help the service branch connect data from ground and airborne platforms through the Software […] More

Collins Aerospace, a business unit of Raytheon Technologies, has invested $18 million to build a wind tunnel in Rockford, Illinois, as part of efforts to simplify the process for testing ram air turbine products. Work is underway on the test platform at Collins Aerospace's center of excellence for electric power systems and the new structure is scheduled to be operational in the summer of 2022, the aircraft technology supplier said Wednesday.


Collins Aerospace has completed a data transfer test between its airborne satellite communications platform with a high gain antenna and an Iridium satellite in orbit. Collins Aerospace said Monday it achieved the second milestone in ongoing work on Iridium Certus airborne satellite communications equipment following a similar demonstration of its active low gain antenna in August of last year.


Collins Aerospace , a Raytheon Technologies business, has delivered the 50,000th software-defined airborne radio under the ARC-210 program to Naval Air Systems Command's air combat electronics unit. NAVAIR has been the program's key customer since 1990 and has used the multiband, multimode communication radio to send mission-critical information over the years, the company said Thursday.


Collins Aerospace, a company of Raytheon Technologies, has manufactured the 600th Thrust Vector Actuation (TVA) System for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system. The company said Thursday the TVA is an all-electric component that has guided all of THAAD's live fire intercept activities so far. The component has also demonstrated capabilities needed for future missile weapon systems. 

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