Tag Archives: Coyote

Lasers, High-Power Microwaves Could Help Counter Hostile Drones; Raytheon’s Todd Probert Quoted

Military commanders and civilian air traffic controllers need new technology platforms to help detect and counter rogue drones flying over sports stadiums, airports and military installations. “This is very fast-moving from a technology standpoint,” Todd Probert, vice president of mission support and modernization at Raytheon's intelligence, information and services business, said of drones.

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Raytheon-Rheinmetall Team to Offer Lynx for Army’s Next-Gen Combat Vehicle Program; Taylor Lawrence Quoted

Raytheon and Rheinmetall’s defense business have partnered to offer an optionally manned platform for the U.S. Army’s Next-Generation Combat Vehicle program. The industry team plans to propose the Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle for the service’s NGCV program that seeks to replace the Bradley combat vehicle, Raytheon said Monday. Army Futures …

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NOAA-Raytheon UAV Hurricane Tracking Initiative Gets Laureate Award; Thomas Bussing Comments

Aviation Week has recognized Raytheon and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with the publication’s Laureate Award for the deployment of company-built Coyote unmanned aerial vehicles to track and model Hurricane Maria last year. NOAA launched six Coyote UAVs from a Lockheed Martin-built WP-3D Orion aircraft in efforts to help agency researchers view the storm and examine its …

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Raytheon’s Coyote UAV Supports NOAA Hurricane Monitoring Mission

Raytheon-built unmanned aerial vehicles have helped the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration monitor Hurricane Maria and gather data for storm researchers. NOAA launched six Coyote UAV units from the agency’s WP-3D Orion aircraft as part of efforts to track and model the hurricane, Raytheon said Wednesday. “The Coyotes collected critical, continuous observations in the lower part of the …

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Report: NOAA to Use Raytheon-Built UAV for Hurricane Tracking Efforts

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plans to deploy a Raytheon-developed unmanned aerial vehicle to monitor and analyze hurricane activity, WBKO reported Tuesday. Peter Zampa writes NOAA is testing Raytheon’s Coyote UAS and aims to use up to seven units of the drone to aid in the agency’s storm forecasting efforts this year. Raytheon originally developed the …

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Raytheon Establishes UAS Directorate Within Missiles Systems Product Line

Raytheon has created an unmanned aircraft systems directorate under its advanced missile systems product line in Arizona in efforts to consolidate the elements of small UAS production including airframe, payload integration and command-and-control technology. The company said Tuesday it will also increase delivery of its Coyote and Silver Fox UAS platforms to address a growth in small …

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