News Feature Archive
FAA to upgrade telecomm infrastructure
Two Raytheon Technologies businesses – Raytheon Intelligence & Space and Collins Aerospace – are teaming to pursue a contract to overhaul the FAA telecommunications infrastructure that will use emerging and more secure technologies.
Measuring air quality from space
Air quality can be measured from space. Sitting on a perch 500 miles above Earth, an instrument called the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite, or VIIRS, actively monitors the air we breathe. (NASA image)
Soldiers 'shift gears' into new careers
The “Shifting Gears” program at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas, was developed through a partnership between Raytheon, the U.S. Army and General Motors. The program trains soldiers who are headed for civilian life to become GM-certified automotive technicians. Since 2014, 487 soldiers have graduated from the program.
Air traffic control anywhere, anytime
Raytheon Intelligence & Space has launched the Deployable ATC Automation and Communications System, which can be operational in eight hours to launch and recover aircraft for expeditionary military missions, humanitarian relief, civil unrest, acts of terrorism or other situations where air traffic control services are temporarily unavailable.
How artificial intelligence and machine learning will make ISR faster
Smart software can exponentially accelerate threat response
The heroes who hacked a satellite
A team composed of current Raytheon Intelligence & Space employees and colleagues, dubbed PFS, won first place in “Hack-A-Sat,” a capture-the-flag style competition, during the premier cybersecurity conference DEF CON.
'What I did this summer'
MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute, which Raytheon Intelligence & Space sponsors, leads to high school internships at Raytheon BBN Technologies.
Why we work with universities
Raytheon Intelligence & Space invests in independent research and development projects that build strategic relationships with universities to develop technology and expand the pipeline of cleared talent.
Securing systems against cyberattacks
Countervail, and other zero-trust technologies developed by Raytheon Intelligence & Space, increase resiliency against cyber attacks in remote locations by ensuring systems work as intended and blocking untrusted code from running on a system.