Tag Archives: Raytheon

Navy Picks Teams for Phase II Autonomous Combat Maneuver Tech Challenge

Navy selects eight Phase II teams for small maneuvers exercise.

The U.S. Navy has commenced the second phase of a challenge focused on utilizing autonomous technology for small unit maneuver missions. Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division, the NavalX Midwest Tech Bridge and the Office of Naval Research selected eight teams to compete for the $250,000 prize as part of the  Artificial Intelligence for Small Unit Maneuvers Prize Challenge, NSWC Crane said Monday.

Read More »

Raytheon Books Air Force Contract for High-Energy Laser Weapon Delivery

High-energy laser system

A Raytheon Technologies business has received a $15.5 million contract from the U.S. Air Force Lifecycle Management Center to provide a modified version of the company's high-energy laser weapon system. Raytheon Intelligence and Space said Wednesday it secured the award through the System of Systems Consortium and will supply HELWS to AFLCMC, which will then evaluate the weapon's potential to help air bases target threats such as unmanned aerial vehicles.

Read More »

Novetta CEO Tiffanny Gates Chosen to 2021 Wash100 for Continued Analytics Portfolio Expansion, Military Veterans Employment

Tiffanny Gates President

Executive Mosaic is pleased to unveil Tiffanny Gates, president and CEO of Novetta, as a recipient of the 2021 Wash100 Award for driving company growth through its expansion of analytics capabilities for the government sector and its programs to support military transition into the civilian workplace. This represents the third consecutive Wash100 selection for Gates.

Read More »

Collins Aerospace Records Delivery Milestone for THAAD Thrust Vector Actuation System

Collins Aerospace

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. 

Read More »

Raytheon Secures $146M Navy Contract for Operation, Maintenance of Surveillance Radar Network

Raytheon

Raytheon Technologies announced Tuesday that the U.S. Navy has awarded the company's intelligence and space business a five-year contract worth $146 million to continue operating and maintaining the U.S. government's Relocatable Over-the-Horizon Radar (ROTHR) system. The contract will require Raytheon Intelligence & Space to support the operations of the long-range surveillance radar network.

Read More »

Roy Azevedo, President of Raytheon Intelligence & Space, Named to 2021 Wash100 for Leading Development of Space & Military Tech Capabilities

Roy Azevedo President Raytheon Intell and Space

Executive Mosaic, the leading provider in connecting, promoting and branding government and government contracting (GovCon) executives of consequence, is thrilled to announce that Roy Azevedo, president of Intelligence & Space (I&S) for Raytheon Technologies, has been named a recipient of the 2021 Wash100 Award for leading and advancing space technology and other technical capabilities to assist the U.S. military advancements as well as drive company growth.  

Read More »

Michael LaRouche, President of SAIC's National Security and Space Sector, Inducted Into 2021 Wash100 for Company Growth; IT Modernization Efforts

Michael LaRouche SAIC

Executive Mosaic is honored to introduce Michael LaRouche, president of National Security and Space at Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC), as a recipient of the 2021 Wash100 Award. This marks the first Wash100 Award for LaRouche. Visit Wash100.com to cast a vote for Michael LaRouche as the most significant executive of consequence to the GovCon sector.

Read More »

Raytheon Applies AI, Machine Learning to Defense Tech Modeling, Simulation

Raytheon MDC video wall

Raytheon Technologies has infused emerging technology into the company's modeling and simulation process as part of efforts to help defense customers visualize the performance of weapons systems before they make procurement decisions. The company said Wednesday an engineering team within its missile and defense business used artificial intelligence and machine learning to put a Standard Missile-3 Block IIA missile through digital testing ahead of a flight test demonstration conducted by the U.S. Navy and the Missile Defense Agency in November last year.

Read More »