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Matthew Milas, former vice president at L3Harris Technologies, has joined Honeywell to serve as president of defense and space at its aerospace-focused business, according to his LinkedIn announcement. The executive is now responsible for driving Honeywell Aerospace’s delivery of electronic platforms, engines, power and mechanical systems, satellite technologies, space vehicles, microelectronics and other offerings to […] More
Collins Aerospace, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, has secured a task order worth at least $97.2 million to provide NASA with a next-generation astronaut spacesuit for use outside the International Space Station. The task order covers the spacewalking system’s development, critical design review and demonstration on Earth in a simulated space environment, NASA said Friday. […] More
Employee-owned technology firm Equitus has created a subsidiary that will market data analytics intelligence system offerings to defense organizations and named Ronald Corsetti, former director at Raytheon Technologies‘ Collins Aerospace business, to lead the new unit. The retired U.S. Army colonel and now Equitus National Security Group president has over three decades of experience in […] More
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Collins Aerospace a $42 million contract to work on the production of a modern communication system meant for the anticipated Survivable Airborne Operations Center.  Collins Aerospace’s development of the Common Very Low Frequency Receiver Increment 2 under the 30-month award is envisioned to aid the SAOC weapon system in […] More
The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded Collins Aerospace a three-year contract to design a lighter version of the F-16 fighter jet’s ventral fin with the use of thermoplastic welding technology. The project seeks to apply best practices from the development of an F-16 composite aircraft horizontal stabilizer and other similar efforts, the Raytheon Technologies […] More
U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command has partnered with Collins Aerospace, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, to develop best practices and methods for certifying the airworthiness of military avionic systems that use multicore processor architectures. Collins Aerospace said Monday it entered into a cooperative research and development agreement with Army CCDC Aviation and Missile Center […] More
Collins Aerospace has opened a new facility at the Houston Spaceport in Texas to expand its footprint in the area and accommodate several future space exploration activities. The Raytheon Technologies business said Wednesday it invested $30 million in the 120,000-square-foot facility meant to support the development of key space systems such as the next generation spacesuit, […] More
Collins Aerospace has kicked off a project to add 9,000 square feet of space and new metal 3D printing equipment to its additive manufacturing center in West Des Moines, Ohio. The Raytheon Technologies unit said Friday its $14 million investment to expand the 41,000-square-foot facility seeks to increase production capacity for aircraft engine parts. Renee […] 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
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
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
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
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