News Feature Archive
A computer with wings
Software factories like those used by the Department of Defense and Raytheon Intelligence & Space can rapidly deliver software enhancements and upgrades to hardware systems like fighter jets.
What to do when GPS is compromised
Raytheon Intelligence & Space is now developing resilient receivers for alternative navigation through signal and sensor fusion, using advanced technologies like machine learning.
The future of jamming
With enemy radars becoming more powerful, agile and protected, Raytheon Intelligence & Space has developed more sophisticated jamming technologies to counter the threat.
The mechanics of a cyber career
Mechanical engineer explains how he rewired his career to pursue a new path in cyber.
Raytheon Intelligence & Space engineers use digital engineering to understand how small changes to next-generation aircraft systems can affect cost, schedule and performance years into the future.
Weather prediction for any condition
Raytheon Intelligence & Space is developing a new class of small satellites with vastly improved capabilities including higher-resolution imaging and greater durability, all while achieving lower size, weight and power requirements. Those improvements could benefit both civil and military customers.
Moving data faster from satellite to user
Raytheon Intelligence & Space is developing a software-based system to manage multiple constellations untethered to any one asset, connecting customers to better data, faster.
Designing interoperable systems
Raytheon Intelligence & Space is adopting open-systems architecture standards to ensure customers can seamlessly replace or update common components in a bid to accelerate operations of critical missions in multiple domains.
A mission computer for the many
Raytheon Intelligence & Space has developed a platform-agnostic mission computer that can be used on any aircraft, fixed or rotary wing. It’s called the Common Open Secure Mission Computer, or COSMC.