Tag Archives: open architecture

Raytheon Develops Open Architecture-Based Unmanned Ground Control System; Bob Busey Quoted

Raytheon has built a common ground control system designed to help the U.S. Navy operate multiple unmanned platforms using a single cyber-hardened workstation. The company said Tuesday its CGCS is built to enable the Navy to integrate new features and reuse software services through the use of an open architecture that leverages the Unmanned Aircraft System Control Segment standard.

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Roy Azevedo on Key Ideas That Drive Raytheon’s Military Tech Dev’t Efforts

A Forbes article about a conversation with Roy Azevedo, president of Raytheon's space and airborne systems unit, highlights some of the ideas that drive the company’s military technology development initiatives. One of the ideas Azevedo cited is the transition from warfighting “platforms” toward the adoption of flexible “systems of systems” when it comes to modern warfare, according to the article published Monday.

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Greg Wenzel, EVP at Booz Allen Hamilton, Inducted Into 2019 Wash100 for Efforts Creating Solutions for IT Systems, Emerging Technologies

Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce Greg Wenzel, an executive vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, as the newest inductee into Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of influential leaders in the government contracting arena — for his efforts creating new solutions in IT systems and other emerging technologies. This marks Wenzel’s first Wash100 award.

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Todd Probert: Raytheon Leverages Partnerships to Scout for Potential Military Tech Offerings

Todd Probert, vice president of mission support and modernization at Raytheon, has said the firm has teamed up with a “dozen or so” companies across Silicon Valley to identify technology offerings that could be adapted for use by military clients and other customers, Aviation Today reported Thursday. “We’re making a big …

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