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From military tech to a medical device
Raytheon UK will build 5,000 ventilators for the National Health Service to help battle the coronavirus.
A second wind in space
Raytheon Technologies' Mini-RF space instrument had a design life to collect lunar data for only two years; 11 years later, it's still going strong.
Electronics built for space need to be compact and tolerate its harsh, unforgiving conditions. They also need to be modular and reconfigurable to speed sensor design and delivery.
Before launch: All systems go
Raytheon Technologies uses modeling and simulation tools to optimize sensors and systems before they are even built to see if they can perform and endure in the harsh environment of space.
We got you covered
Indianapolis couple spends their free time during pandemic isolation fabricating protective gear for local hospitals.
Raytheon Technologies is working on a new imaging instrument for WorldView Legion's Earth-Observation satellites.
Your friendly, neighborhood Grammy winner
Raytheon Technologies engineer Justin Wilson applies his engineering skills to music arranging and brings home a Grammy for it.
A system to steer by
Raytheon UK has designed a new, compact, GPS anti-jam antenna system that protects its signal within the electromagnetic spectrum.