Search Results for: l3harris

Harris, L3 All-Stock Merger Completed to Form L3Harris Technologies; Christopher Kubasik, William Brown Quoted

The all-stock merger between L3 Technologies and Harris Corp. has been completed to form L3Harris Technologies (LHX), the new company announced on Monday. L3Harris is officially the sixth largest defense company in the United States worth approximately $17 billion in revenue with over 50,000 employees. The company also announced the details regarding its own leadership, the board of directors and organizational structure. 

Read More »

Research and Markets: Military Communication Tech Investments to Spur Software-Defined Radio Demand Through 2025

Military handheld radio

A new five-year Research and Markets forecast says increased global military spending in battle communication or network-centric warfare systems will help steer the software-defined radio market's direction. The research company said Wednesday it estimates that the worldwide market for SDR products will grow more than 6 percent over the next five years and expects the defense segment to experience the highest growth rate.

Read More »

Redwire Names Aerospace Vet Tom Campbell as Made In Space President

Tom Campbell President Made In Space

Thomas Campbell, a former general manager for L3Harris Technologies, has been named president of Made In Space, a Redwire subsidiary focused on in-space manufacturing technology. Campbell will lead activities under a portfolio of in-space production technologies, and will succeed Andrew Rush, who will serve as Redwire's chief operating officer on a full-time basis, the company said Wednesday.

Read More »

Textron’s Bell Subsidiary Opens Wichita Facility to Support Aerospace Programs

Bell

Bell has opened an office in Wichita, Kan., that will house the Textron subsidiary's corporate, manufacturing, supply chain and engineering functions and programs that support aerospace customers. The new facility is part of an investment to grow Bell operations after the U.S. Army selected the aircraft manufacturer to participate in two of the service branch's modernization programs, Textron said Thursday.

Read More »