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In plane sight
Remote Virtual Towers offer a cost-effective alternative to new brick-and-mortar air traffic control towers at airports.
Countdown to next-gen GPS
Six things you should know about GPS III satellite that the U.S. Air Force will be launching over the next several years.
Code low, deploy high
Raytheon Technologies and Red Hat are collaborating on a new DevSecOps applications. The cross-domain protection technology allows for development at an unclassified level and speeds up the time to deployment in a classified environment.
Zones for drones
Raytheon Technologies partners with AirMap to make skies safer for drones and manned aircraft.
Get off the 'bus'
The Cyber Anomaly Detection System, or CADS, that reveals cyber intrusions, tampering and hacks, notifying aircraft and vehicle crews of suspicious behavior.
Less is more
Air traffic controllers are test-driving a new Raytheon Technologies-built workstation that provides better situational awareness and is easier to use.
What to do about drones
Cheap, capable quadcopters have created problems for people everywhere. How to respond depends on what you're defending.
The data FORGE
Raytheon Technologies has developed a prototype system for managing the floods of satellite data that help generate warnings and intelligence.
Where there's smoke
Raytheon Technologies' VIIRS instruments identity wildfires and smoke propagation to help emergency responders contain the fires early and protect populated areas.